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Ibsen's "abnormal" female figures

WOMEN: On the occasion of Women's Day on March 8, MODERN TIMES is here to reflect on the changing times, an excerpt from Eivind Tjønneland's new book «Abnormal» women – Henrik Ibsen and the decadence. Ibsen's dramas were described in 1893 as written for hysterical women, male masochists and the mentally retarded.

Anarchist, filmmaker, author and poet

Chronicle: Lithuania is in many ways the documentary nation among the Baltic countries. A focus at the Cinematheque in Oslo is this weekend Jonas Mekas, with exhibition and films.

Being threatened with death can make most people keep a low profile

FREEDOM OF SPEECH: The opportunity to say something is always very limited, says MODERN TIMES 'regular writer in this essay about different authorities' use of force. Away from today's mass media, an "underground" network of intellectuals has now emerged, including experienced journalists, intelligence officers, renowned professors and politicians.

Anarchist Book Cafes and "Mutual Assistance"

ANARCHISTS: Mette, Thomas and Rasmus found their way into anarchism through the struggle for the Youth House in Copenhagen more than a decade ago. They have since been active in book cafes, labor disputes and opposition to racism. It is first and foremost about lived political experiences.

On the way into the 2020's

NEWSPAPER EDITOR: The conversation with Thomas Hylland Eriksen.