Nordic Theatre Studies # 22

Nordic Theatre Studies is an annual journal for scholars writing on any aspect of theatre. The journal uses peer review with an external board of referees.

INNEHÅLL: Rikard Hoogland: Introduction.Borders in theatrical landscape • Laura Gröndahl: Scenographic Borderlines-Reformulating the Practices of Scenic Design • Joanne Tomkins: The Politics of Locating Othello in Finland • Live Hov: Enter Nora. Ther First three productions of A Doll´s House, in Denmark, sweden and Norway • Birgitta Johansson: Blaancing on the Edge of Indecenct-Melodramatic strategies in Alfhild Agrell´s Räddad (Saved) and Anne Charlotte LEffler´s Sanna kvinnor (True Women) • Anne Helgesen: Crossing the border between public and private Holger Drachmann and Bokken Lasson • Pirkko Koski: Puntila and Geography • Janne Tapper: The Social Substance of Jouko Turkka´s Era at the Theatre Academy of Finland • Bookreviews