Katrine Helene Andersen

Katrine Helene Andersen

Associate Professor


  1. 2019
  2. Published

    The Locus Amoenus in Nineteenth-Century Spanish Literature: From Meadows to Gardens: Doña Perfecta as a Micro-representation of a Topological Development

    Andersen, Katrine Helene, 2019, Mutating Idylls: Uses and Misuses of the Locus Amoenus in European Literature, 1850-1930. Meiner, C. (ed.). New York : Peter Lang, p. 69-91 23 p. (Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, Vol. 139).

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  3. 2017
  4. Published

    A Revolt of the Masses: Culture and Modernity in Early 20th Century Spain: From Bullfights to Football Games

    Andersen, Katrine Helene, 2017, The Cultures of Popular Culture. Jeannerod, D., Pagello, F. & Pierse, M. (eds.). Dublin Institute of Technology, 13 p. 9. (CALL: Irish Journal for Culture, Arts, Literature and Language; No. 1, Vol. 2).

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  5. 2015
  6. Published

    Miguel de Unamuno: Una filosofía novelada

    Andersen, Katrine Helene, 2015, El Unamuno eterno. Anthropos, p. 330-353

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  7. Published

    Razón, delirio y poesía en el exilio español. El pensamiento de Juan Larrea

    Andersen, Katrine Helene, 2015, Docencia y cultura en el exilio republicano español. Santana, A. & Velázquez, A. (eds.). México: CIALC-UNAM, p. 167-178

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  8. 2011
  9. Published

    Baltasar Gracián: un filósofo del porvenir: Paralelismos con Gadamer y Blumenberg

    Andersen, Katrine Helene, 2011, Pasado, presente y porvenir de las humanidades y las artes [Tomo] III. Arauz Mercado, D. (ed.). Mexico: Texere Editores, Vol. III. p. 91-110

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