News from the Kierkegaard Library

In an effort to be more timely with news announcements, the Soren Kierkegaard Newsletter will no longer include news and announcements. News from friends and other institutions is posted on the other news page.


Announcements

The most recent Soren Kierkegaard Newsletter is now posted on line.

Titles for possible review for the Søren Kierkegaard Newsletter are listed on the new acquisitions page. Please contact Gordon Marino if you would like to submit a review of any of these or other publications.

The application deadline for all summer programs is March 15. This date will remain the same each year.

Applications for the Danish course willl also  be accepted through March 15.
The Danish Course for Summer 2015 is in the planning stages, pending enough participants to hold the course.
Please let Cynthia Lund know as soon as you are sure of your interest as we are now forming an interest list of potential Danish course participants.
Participants in the Danish course are asked to send in a deposit of $300 by March 1 to hold their place in the course.
(The deposit insures a first -come-first served policy for qualified applicants for the Danish course.]
Dates for the Danish Course Summer 2015 are not yet set- but they are  likely to be in late June- July.
Please see information under Programs for further information about the Danish course.

The Kierkegaard House Foundation is in the process of revising somewhat the deadlines and guidelines for fellowship applications.We apologize that this year there was some conflicting statements about this on the website. In an effort to be as fair as we can under the circumstances, we will have two rounds of consideration for the two Kierkegaard House Foundation Fellowships for 2015-16.The first round will choose a winner from the applications received by November 7, 2014. Any applications not chosen in this round will be automatically considered (with an invitation for updating) in the second round, which will choose a winner from all applications received by February 1, 2015. We again apologize for the confusion.
Professor Emeritus Edward Langerak, President of the Kierkegaard House Foundation
[Applicants should be applying for consideration for the academic year September 2015-August 2016]

Visit the program page for complete information about requirements for the program of your choice.
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UPCOMING  EVENTS

Julia Watkin Memorial Kierkegaard Lecture

            November 13, 7 PM,  Dittmann 305

Speaker:  David Cain,   Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Religion,   University of Mary Washington

Title:  Kierkegaard Crumbs:  “For to Be in Existence is Always a Bit Inconvenient”


Current Book Exhibits:  Fall 2014

Exhibit A – Selected Publications by Kierkegaard Library Scholars 1980-2012
Exhibit B- New Publications in Kierkegaard Studies 2013-2014 

Recent Past Events

July 8, Tuesday, 2:00-3:30 PM and July 10, Thursday, 2:00-3:30 PM
Utech Memorial Kierkegaard Seminars
2014: Kierkegaard and Augustine 
Presenter: Professor Lee Barrett, Mary B. and Henry P. Stager Chair in Theology, and Professor of Systematic Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary. 

May 5, 2014 (Kierkegaard’s Birthday)
Friends of the Hong Kierkegaard Library- Spring Meeting and Dinner

THANK YOU
Books, articles, and financial gifts were recently donated to the Library by the following people:
Jyrki Kivela, Luis Guerrero Martinez,  Igor Tavilla, Roman Kralik, The Friends of the Hong Kierkegaard Library, The Kierkegaard House Foundation, Alvaro Valls, Helene Politis, Claus Damgaard, John Plume, Jakub Marek, Rachel Moran, Ana Maria Lopez Calvo de Feijoo, Myriam Moreira Protasio, Maria Jose Binetti, Eric Pons, Troy Wellington Smith, Andrew Burgess, Charles Barker, Elizabeth Ann Palmer, Sergei Shevchenko, Kristen Eide-Tollefson, Begonya Saez Tajafuerce, Michael Tilley, Dr. Willem L. Letswaart, Philip Jorgensen,Abrahim Khan, David Thom, Mime Morita (President, Kierkegaard Society , Japan), David Nasby and Mary Lohre, Bartholomew Ryan, Michael Tilley, Primosz Repar, Velga Vegere, Trajce Stoyanov, Tatiana Schyttsova, Richard Purkarthofer, Andras Nagy, Eric Cole, Ettore Rocca, Katalina Elene Dobre, Rafael Garcia Pavon.

 

PARTICIPANTS IN THE SUMMER FELLOWS AND YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAMS – 2014

YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM – 2014

St. Olaf Students
Eric Ashcraft ’15
Margaret Schweiger ’15
Sonja Wermager ’14

Young Scholars from Other Institutions
Christopher Black (Texas A & M University) ’15
Mario Delucchi 
(University of California, Santa Cruz) ’14
Gonzalo Gamarra Jordan 
(St. John’s College, Santa Fe) ’14
Tommy Graves (Calvin College) ’14
Miriam Johnson 
(Alma College) ’10; (Aquinas College course) ’13
Adam Nuske 
(University of Missouri-St. Louis) ’14
Conor Stark 
(Wake Forest University) ’15
Nathaniel Taylor 
(University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire) ’15
Jeremiah Tillman 
(Bard College) ’14
Ryan Wolf 
(Bryan College) ’15

SUMMER FELLOWS PROGRAM – 2014

Karl Aho (Baylor University)
Dr. Yasemin Akis (Turkey: Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, Burdur)
Rev. Andres Albertsen (Argentina: Luther Seminary, St. Paul)
Dr. Antony Aumann (Northern Michigan University)
Ardoline, Michael (West Chester University)
Fr. Christopher Barba (Mexico: Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City; Pontifica Universita in Rome, Italy)
Dr. Inigrid Basso, (Milan, Italy)
Dr. Maria Jose Binetti (Argentina: CONICET, Buenos Aires)
Dr. Tomas Bokedal (Sweden: University of Aberdeen, UK)
Matthew Brake (George Mason University)
Nicoly Castro Rodrigues de Andrade (Brazil: Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora)
Claus Damgaard (Copenhagen, Denmark; London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art)
Dr Catalina Elena Dobre (Romania/Mexico: Universidad Anhuac Mexico Norte)
Rev. Craig Finnestad (United Methodist clergy; PhD Asbury Seminary)
Melissa Fitzpatrick (Boston College)
Meghan Florian (Queens University of Charlotte, North Carolina
Gregory Floyd (Boston College)
Dr. Katarina Gabasova (Slovakia: Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra)
Dr. Rafael Garcia Pavon (Mexico: Universidad anhuac Mexico Norte)
Alejandro Gonzalez Contreras (Mexico: University of Vienna, Austria)
Timothy Hall (Union Institute and University; Franklin Academy)
Joaquim Hernandez-Dispaux (Belgium: Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique)
Jennifer Hincapie Sanchez (Colombia: Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de Mexico)
Susanne Jakobsen Tinley (Denmark: Syddansk Universitet)
Dr. Roman Kralik (Slovakia: Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra)
Lazzaretti, Lucas Piccinin (Brazil: Pontificia Univerisdade Catolica do Parana)
Laura Liva (Italy: Universita G. d’Annunzio, Chieta)
Roger Mas (Catalunya, Spain: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)
Jesse Niess (West Chester University)
Kevin Onwunwali (Nigeria: Imo State University, Owerri)
Ian Panth (Canada: Baylor University)
Martina Pavlikova (Slovakia: Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra)
Ana Pinto Leite (Portugal: Centro de Filosofia de Universidade de Lisboa)
Humberto Araujo Quaglio de Souza (Brazil: Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora)
Robert M. Riordan (University of Chicago)
Dr. Marcia Robinson (Syracuse University)
Dr. Jonas Roos (Brazil: Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora)
Rasmus Rosenberg Larsen (Denmark: University of Buffalo, New York)
Dr. Bartholomew Ryan (Ireland: Univeridade Nova da Lisboa, Portugal)
Troy Wellington Smith (The University of Mississippi)
Dr. Elisabete M. de Sousa (Portugal: Centro de Filosofia da Universidade de Lisboa)
Dr. Leo Stan (Canada: York University)
Dr. Trajce Stojanov (Macedonia: Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje)
Luke Tarassenko (UK: Oxford, Regents Park College)
Thorbjornsson, Gudmundur (Iceland: Vrije Univeriteit Brussel, Belgium)
Juan Evaristo Valls Boix (Spain: Univeristat de Valencia)
Dr. Velga Vevere (Latvia: The University College of Economics and Culture, and Institute of Philosophy and Sociaology, University of Latvia, Riga)
Rob Wiley (University of Virginia)
Jake Yocham (Loyola Marymount University)

 

Danish Kierkegaard Course —2014
Taught by Professor Sinead Ladegaard Knox

Karl Aho (Baylor University)
Dr.Yasemin Akis (Turkey: Mugla Sitki Kocman University, Merketz)
Rev. Christopher Barba (Mexico: Univeridad Iberoamericana, Mexico City; Pontifica Universita in Rome, Italy)
Christopher Black (Texas A & M University)
Matthew Brake (George Mason University )
Tommy Graves (Calvin College)
Joaquim Hernandez-Dispaux (Belgium: Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique)
Jennifer Hincapie Sanchez (Colombia: Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de Mexico)
Roger Mas (Catalunya, Spain:Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)
Dr. Marcia Robinson (Syracuse University)
Troy Wellington Smith ( The University of Mississippi)
Nicholas Squires (St. Olaf College)
Luke Tarassenko (UK: Oxford, Regents Park College
Jeremiah Tillman (Bard College)
Donna M. (Christensen) Thomas (Museum of Danish America)
Rob Wylie (University of Vriginia)

VISITING SCHOLARS- Fall Semester 2013-2014 
Dr. Patricia Johnson (University of Dayton)
Fr. Romulo Gomes de Oliveira (Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brazil) – June 22- October 1
Rev. Solomon Yesudoss Vijayan – (Lakeview Bible College, Chennai, India; PhD Candidate, Madras Christian College, Chennai; graduate degrees from Cincinnati Christian University)- September 30 – October 12

VISITING SCHOLARS- Spring Semester 2013-2014
Dr. Jason Mahn 
(Augustana College- Rock Island) April 25-May 3
Claus Damgaard (Copenhagen, Denmark) May 5 – August 31)

SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWS – 2013-14
Dr. Walter Wietzke 
(Fordham University, PhD Philosophy, 2013)
Dr. Almut Furchert ( Hochschule fur Philosophie Munchen, PhD; Humboldt -Universitat zu Berlin, Diploma of Psychology)

KIERKEGAARD HOUSE FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIPS, 2013-2014
Silvia Vignati (University of Frankfurt, Germany, PhD candidate; Soren Kierkegaard Research Center at the University of Copenhagen) September 1, 2013 – March 31, 2014.
David Lappano 
(University of Oxford, UK, PhD candidate) March 1-August 31, 2014.
Carson Seabourn Webb 
(Syracuse University, PhD candidate) September 1, 2013-August 31, 2014.

 

KIERKEGAARD HOUSE FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIPS 2014-2015
Dr. Andras Nagy ( Budapest, Hungary; Writer/playwright; Associate Professor, University of Pannonia (Veszprem), Department of Theater Studies). September 1, 2014-August 31, 2015
Christina Danko (Claremont Graduate University, PhD candidate) September 1, 2014-February 28, 2015
Dr. Ulrika Carlsson ( Yale University, PhD 2013; Visiting Scholar Columbia University and Instructor Long Island University, New York) March 1 – August 31, 2014
The Kierkegaard House Foundation considers applications only once a year. Applications will be accepted from September 1 through February 1 for openings beginning the following September. (For example, an application received by February 1, 2013 will be considered for openings as of September 2013 and later.)

 

PLEASE SEE PROGRAMS SECTION OF THIS WEBSITE FOR FOR INFORMATION ON APPLYING TO PROGRAMS.