the Strindberg Society
1945, our society is one of the oldest societies dedicated to a
Its mission is to support research on Strindberg and the program of
the Strindberg museum and the Intima Teater (the theater that
Strindberg founded in 1907, re-established in 2002). In addition,
the society publishes an annual scholarly journal, Strindbergiana,
free to members. The journal is also available for sale in
bookstores and at the Strindberg museum.
Membership benefits include free entry to the Strindberg museum as
well as discounts on Society events and in the Museum book store.
The Strindberg museum, inaugurated in its current form in 1973, is
located at Drottningatan 85 in Stockholm.
It contains Strindberg’s last home (he lived there 1908-1912) and
on a range of Strindberg themes. The museum and society also
organize a range of activities and events, listed in the daily press
and the membership newsletter.
The Society also arranges trips to Strindberg related sites.
Since 1988, membership supports the annual Strindberg Prize, given
out to individuals or institutions that have made particular
contributions to the field of Strindberg studies.
Join or renew membership by submitting the membership fee (SEK
postgirokonto (postal account) 25 02 78-9.
Payments from abroad
IBAN: SE51 9500 0099 6026 0250 2789
SWIFT-code: PGSISESS 9960 2502789
Bank: Nordea Bank Sweden, SE-105 71 Stockholm, Sweden
For additional members within the same family the fee is
The fee for individual youth membership (25 or younger) is SEK
The current President of the Strindberg society is Katarina