Emil Holms Kanal 2, 2300 KÃ¸benhavn S, 22 Bygning 22 (Afsnit 1), Building: 22-4-64
Primary fields of research
17th, 18th, 19th and 20th century literature.
For the time being: Scandinavian Modernism / 'The modern breakthrough' and Georg Brandes.
Fields of interest
Literary & cultural history
The history of the book and the sociology of literature
DH, Digital literary studies, AI
My current research revolves around a digital exploration of the Modern Breakthrough in Scandinavia in an interdisciplinary framework between literature, language and computer science. This involves the development of statistical and computational methods for text reading and, not least, a discussion of their relevance and scope.
I am currently involved in the following research projects
- PI – Measuring Modernity (2020-24, funding: The Carlsberg Foundation) https://nors.ku.dk/english/research/projects/measuring-modernity/
- Co-PI (w. Daniel Herschcovich, DiKu) – Mining the Meaning (2022-25, funding: The Data+ Initiative) https://mime-memo.github.io/
Teaching and supervision in literary history, modern literature and literary theory in the Danish program.