PhD student Anne Bachmann

Phone: +46 8 764 76 26
Address: Stockholm University, Department of Cinema Studies, Box 27062, 102 51 Stockholm, Sweden


A PhD student in the field of transnational film history, I work on different aspects of the trans-Scandinavian in the silent era. For a description of my dissertation project, see below. Other research interests are fashion studies, media history, visual culture, and relations between film and literature. During my time as a PhD student I have taught in a number of courses, above all ”Fashion and Film”, and I regularly give papers at international conferences such as NECS, Domitor, SCMS, and Women and the Silent Screen. I have an M.St. degree in European literature from University of Oxford and a B.A. in cinema studies and comparative literature from Stockholm University.


Trans-Scandinavian cinema 1906–1930

The dissertation focusses on the interaction, influences, and modes of co-production between Swedish, Danish and Norwegian early narrative cinema. Traditionally, the histories of Scandinavian cinema from the first decades of the 20th century have been demarcated and simplified...

Collaborating with

Olsson, Jan
Jan Olsson's primary research interests are historical reception and emerging media in a cross-cultural perspective.

He has authored and edited several books, including Svensk spelfilm under världskriget (1979), Från filmljud till ljudfilm (1986), Se...

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