Expressing solidarity with the Ukrainian people at war and condemning atrocities inflicted by Russia and its allies on Ukraine, the Nordic Theatre Studies journal will not consider publishing articles by persons affiliated with Russian and Belarusian institutions.Read more about Notice on cooperation with Russian and Belarusian institutions
Nordic Theatre Studies is the leading academic journal for theatre researchers in the Nordic and Baltic countries and for all scholars writing about theatre and performance related to these countries. It has been selected for inclusion in Web of Science and Scopus as well as Ebsco and Google Scholar. In 1988 Föreningen Nordiska Teaterforskare (NTF) established Nordic Theatre Studies as a journal of scholarly writing on theatre. Ever since it has published research on all aspects of theatre in the Nordic region, including since 2012 the Baltic countries Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, and it has promoted Nordic and Baltic scholars writing on any aspect of theatre in the world. Within the Nordic and Baltic region, it is the only English language publication on its subject. Since 2014 NTS is published twice every year. One number addresses a certain theme announced in a call for contributions, the other number is dedicated to selected and peer reviewed articles developed from papers presented at conferences, seminars and/or workshops organized by or in collaboration with the Association. The themed numbers of the journal also allow for a few articles, which do not address the theme. Each number has a section with reviews of new publications within the field of theatre studies.
The 22nd International Strindberg Conference on Strindberg and Memory will take place at Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania on 9–12 June, 2022. See the link for the CfP.Read more about CfP for the 22nd International Strindberg Conference on Strindberg and Memory.
The 2022 ANTS conference will take place in Tartu 13 October - 15 October 2022 under the theme of Performativity and Transgression. Deadline for abstracts is 30 April 2022.Read more about Performativity and Transgression: 2022 ANTS conference Tartu
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
Deadline for the submission of article proposals (abstracts): January 1st 2022
Call for Paper for upcoming issue of Nordic Theatre Studies on the question of Theatre and Social Responsibility.Read more about Theatre and Social Responsibility
The 2021 ANTS conference will take place in Stockholm 30 September - 2 October under the theme of Utopia and Performance. Deadline for abstracts is 30 April 2021.
Theatre and performance engage in proposing various utopian visions as a remedy, as a critical stance in times of crisis, as an imaginary flight from straight realisms, as practiced performativities potentially materializing different futures. For the 2021 ANTS conference we invite contributions which investigate all utopian aspects that demonstrate the relevance and also the urge to practice, discuss, rethink and envision theatre and performance in manifold ways. The Theatre and Dance Department at Stockholm University celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2021. With the proposed theme, we also celebrate the Utopian spirit of its foundation and its future.Read more about Utopia and Performance: 2021 ANTS Conference Stockholm
Call for Paper for upcoming issue of Nordic Theatre Studies on the question of Rethinking NordicRead more about Rethinking Nordic
Abstract submission deadline for the ANTS conference in Bergen in November has been extended until May 31st. See the call for papers below.
The Association for Nordic Theatre Scholars (ANTS) invites you to participate in the conference “Transnational Influences: Theatrical Interactivity in the Nordic/Baltic Region and Beyond” at the University of Helsinki from Thursday to Saturday 21-23 March 2019.Read more about Call for papers: Transnational Influences (Helsinki Conference 21-23 March 2019)
Nordic Theatre Studies, which is published by the Association for Nordic Theatre Scholars, is the leading academic journal for theatre researchers in the Nordic and Baltic countries and for all scholars writing about theatre and performance related to these countries. It has been selected for inclusion in Web of Science and Scopus as well as Ebsco and Google Scholar.Read more about Association for Nordic Theatre Scholars