December 1, 2022: Presentation of PhD project on Kierkegaard & Sløk by Mikael Brorson (registration via mail to email@example.com)
October 13, 2022. Workshop: "Beginning, Birth and Motherhood in Søren Kierkegaard". The program can be found here here. The workshop will be in Danish. If you are interested in participating, please contact Hannah Lang firstname.lastname@example.org or Cæcilie Varslev-Pedersen email@example.com.
May 6, 2022: Inaugural lecture by Claudia Welz. For further information look here.
December 8, 2021: Presentation of PhD project by Hannah Lang (registration via mail to firstname.lastname@example.org)
February 23, 2023, 17-19: Zoom-lecture by Claudia Welz (Aarhus University) for Dynamis: “The Role of Language and Second-Personal Encounters in Kierkegaard’s Phenomenology of Freedom” (please register by mail to Hannah Lang: email@example.com).
August 15-16, 2022. The inter-disciplinary PhD & postdoctoral course & conference "Truth and truthfulness: Biblical, philosophical, and theological approaches," which was originally scheduled for the middle of January, has been postponed to August 15-16, 2022. Here, Claudia Welz will be giving a paper on Kierkegaard with the title ”Being Truthful vis-à-vis Each Other: Existential, Pragmatic, and Dialogical Approaches to Truth in Kierkegaard, Rosenzweig, and Buber.” See the program and register here. Online- or physical participation is possible upon registration.
June 15-16, 2022: PhD & postdoctoral course & conference: “Epistemic Virtues and the Practice of Dialogue". For further information and registration look here. Heiko Schulz will be giving a paper on Kierkegaard on June 16 with the title ”Transition, Emotion, and Reason: Kierkegaard on the Rationality of Becoming a Christian.” Before that we will discuss his paper on Kierkegaard: ”Changing One’s Mind”. See the program here and a poster here. Online- or physical participation is possible upon registration.
April 22, 2022: Lecture by Roe Fremstedal (Trondheim): “Kierkegaard on Faith and Reason.” For further information look here.
March 30 – April 1, 2022: Conference: “Romanticism Today: Realism, Nature, and Existence in Romantic Philosophy.” For further information look here.
March 4, 2022: Opening Seminar of the Research Unit for Kierkegaard Studies, Aarhus University: ”Kierkegaard’s Methodology in the Context of the History of Philosophy”- Lecture by Philipp Schwab:“'Working against Oneself': Kierkegaard's Indirect Method between Hegel and Nietzsche.” For further information look here.