Henrik Ibsen studied by means of the Internet and understood in relation to research about the Internet

  • Jon Nygaard Faculty of Humanitas, University of Oslo Postboks 1166, Blindern0318, Oslo
Keywords: Facebook, Henrik Ibsen, Internet research

Abstract

In this paper I will present new perspectives in Ibsen studies as examples of research in humanities both conducted by means of the Internet and interpreted and understood in relation to research about the Internet.

In the first part of the paper I will present new knowledge of Ibsen’s background based on research conducted by means of the digital archives on the Internet. In the second part I will try to give a better understanding of Ibsen’s development as an artist by using perspectives, theories and methods from research about the Internet.

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Published
2017-04-21
How to Cite
Nygaard, J. (2017, April 21). Henrik Ibsen studied by means of the Internet and understood in relation to research about the Internet. E-Methodology, 41-47. Retrieved from https://e-methodology.eu/index.php/e-methodology/article/view/10.15503.emet2016.41.47
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“About the Internet” – Theory