Here is a quick overview of my education and employment:
September 1985 – June 1989: B.A. in Liberal Arts from the Evergreen State College
September 1989 – March 1992: M.A. in Scandinavian Languages and Literature from the University of Washington
April 1992 – June 1995: Ph.D. in Scandinavian Languages and Literature from the University of Washington
August 1993 – June 1994: Fulbright Hays doctoral research fellow in Norway
August 1996 – May 2004: assistant and (as of 2002) associate professor of Scandinavian Studies at Arizona State University
September 2004 – June 2010: assistant and (as of 2006) associate professor of Scandinavian Study at the University of Oregon (on leave January 2009-June 2010)
January 2009 – December 2012: postdoctoral research fellow in Nordic literature at the University of Oslo
January 2013-June 2013: guest researcher, Centre for Ibsen Studies
June 2013-present: associate professor of Ibsen Studies at the University of Oslo’s Centre for Ibsen Studies
Here’s a link to my research activity dating back through 2009 (there’s lots more before that, but I haven’t entered it into the Cristin database).
And finally, if you’re curious about why a person would leave a tenured position in the US for a postdoctoral fellowship, here’s an essay I published on the University of Venus about it.