Past Lectures

SUMMER 2020

Because of COVID-19, the Hong Kierkegaard Library was closed for summer 2020. To continue the summer tradition of a scholarly community, we hosted the “Poul Lübcke Summer Lecture Series.”

Recordings of these lectures:

Gordon Marino

 

Vanessa Rumble

 

Sergia Hay

 

Charles Djordevic

 

Deidre Green

 

J. Aaron Simmons

 

Troy Wellingston Smith

 

The Utech Seminar: “Kierkegaard: Writing a Life” was held on July 9 & 10th. The recording for this talk will also be posted in October. Over the course of two lectures Dr. Clare Carlisle discussed the intimate connection between life and writing; Kierkegaard’s relationship to writing; and her own experience writing Kierkegaard’s life.

Utech Lecture 1

 

Utech Lecture 2

 

ARCHIVED LECTURES & Events

Watch the  Julia Watkin Memorial Lecture, Spring 2020, May 14th, 7 pm

Title: “Kierkegaard’s Critique of Nationalism Reconsidered” delivered by Thomas J. Millay, a Lecturer in the Religion Department at Baylor University, Senior Research Fellow at the Hong Kierkegaard Library, St. Olaf College, and the author of You Must Change Your Life: Søren Kierkegaard’s Philosophy of Reading, forthcoming from Cascade Press.

Past Lectures