© 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Edited By: Lars Ole Sauerberg, Morten Nøjgaard, Christian Benne & Svend Erik Larsen
Online ISSN: 1600-0730
Morten Nøjgaard, Dr. phil. Romance Editor at Orbis Litterarum since 2000 (General Editor 1968-1999). Studies in Copenhagen, Nancy, Madrid, Rome and Coïmbra. Professor of Romance Philology at the University of Southern Denmark 1966-2004. Numerous lectures at European universities. Member of the Royal Academies of Science in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Has published extensively on French language and literature, literary theory and ancient greco-roman literature.
Christian Benne, Dr. phil. Germanic Editor at Orbis Litterarum since 2007 as successor to Bengt Algot Sørensen (†); studied mainly at Leipzig, Edinburgh, and Berlin; Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of Southern Denmark; numerous guest lectureships/visiting scholarships (eg. Stanford, Zürich, Berlin); Head of Department of German Studies; Honorary Consul for the Federal Republic of Germany; has published widely on German and European literature since the 18th century, on literary theory and on the relationship of literature and philosophy.
Svend Erik Larsen, Dr. phil. Review Editor at Orbis Litterarum since 2008; studied at Aarhus and Lyon; Professor of Comparative Literature at Aarhus University; chair of the section for Literary and Theatrical Studies, Academia Europaea; secretary of the project Comparative History of Literatures in the European Languages (International Comparative Literature Association); member and vice-chair of the Danish Research Council for Communication and Culture; numerous books and articles on world literature and cultural and literary history, on urban culture, on memory studies and semiotics.
Lars Ole Sauerberg, Dr.phil. English Editor at Orbis Litterarum since 1999 and General Editor since 2000 as successor to Morten Nøjgaard; studied (English and German philology, languages and literatures) at Aarhus University; Professor of Literature in English at the University of Southern Denmark, which he has served also in the administrative capacities of pro-vice-chancellor and dean; has published widely on literature and criticism/theory in English and in interdisciplinary studies; member of Academia Europaea; currently head of the degree programme in Knowledge Communication and Library Science at the University of Southern Denmark.