Danish Kierkegaard Course

Course Description

The class meets 3 hours a day for four weeks, Monday-Friday, and homework can be expected to take 1–2 hours a day. A certificate is awarded after finishing the course. This course is not an official course of St. Olaf College and does not confer official institutional course credit. Students and scholars beginning their study of Danish are welcome to apply. The course will be taught by Susanne Jakobsen Tinley in 2016. The dates for the course will be Monday, June 27 – Friday, July 22.

How to apply:

To apply for the course in 2016, please notify Eileen Shimota as soon as possible and no later than March 15, 2016. The course fee is $1300 with a $300 deposit due by April 1 to hold your place in the class. Housing for participants is provided on the St. Olaf campus. A minimum of 10 students is needed to hold the class.


Summer 2015 Course Graduates

2015 Summer Course Graduates Danish Kierkegaard Course —2015

Danish Kierkegaard Course —2015

Instructor: Susanne Jakobsen Tinley

  • Dr. Leo Cabranes-Grant, University of California
  • Anthony Eagan, University of Sante Fe, New Mexico
  • Dr. Joshua Furnal, Dartmouth
  • Jacob Given, Villanova
  • Aaron Goldman, Harvard
  • John Haglund, Oxford, UK
  • Oliver Norman (UK), France
  • Wei Kuang Pan (Lucilla), Emory
  • Timothy Rothhaar, Marquette
  • Lucas Shurson, St. Olaf College
  • Dr. Robert Stern, U of Sheffield, UK
  • Kenneth Wessell, University of New Mexico
  • Kevin Wessell, University of New Mexico