Karina Lykke Grand
Affiliation: Aarhus University, DK

Keywords: studies of nationalism in theory, transnationalism, national museums and cultural heritage, 19th century art, politics and culture, museum marketing, cultural and political identities, and tourism.



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Karina Lykke Grand (b. 1974) obtained her PhD at Aarhus University (Denmark) in 2008, and she holds a current position as associate professor at the same university. Grand has worked as a curator and consultant for many art museums with the aim of building bridges between university research and museum dissemination. She is a board member of the following institutions: The Danish Institute in Rome (Italy), Randers Art Museum (Denmark), Nordic Institute of Art (Norway), founder and director of the Danish based Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies as well as the Nordic Nineteenth-Century Research Network. She is also one of the founders of The Nordic Association for Romantic Studies including being founding editor of the periodical Romantik – Journal for the Study of Romanticisms (V&R Unipress). Grand is currently project investigator of a larger research project funded by The Danish Council for Independent Research, Humanities with the project title: Art and the Formation of National Identities.