Kierkegaard and His Contemporaries: The Culture of Golden Age Denmark
Since the Kierkegaard Studies Monograph Series (KSMS) was first published in 1997, it has served as the authoritative book series in the field. Starting from 2011 the Kierkegaard Studies Monograph Series will intensify the peer-review process with a new editorial and advisory board. KSMS is published on behalf of the Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre at the University of Copenhagen.
KSMS publishes outstanding monographs in all fields of Kierkegaard research. This includes Ph.D. dissertations, Habilitation theses, conference proceedings and single author works by senior scholars. The goal of KSMS is to advance Kierkegaard studies by encouraging top-level scholarship in the field. The editorial and advisory boards are deeply committed to creating a genuinely international forum for publication which integrates the many different traditions of Kierkegaard studies and brings them into a constructive and fruitful dialogue. To this end the series publishes monographs in English and German.
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Kierkegaards Contribution to the Danish Discussion of Irony
Kierkegaard and Hegelianism in Golden Age Denmark
The Life and Times of Bishop JP Mynster
HL Martensens Theological Anthropology
Thomasine Gyllembourgs Two Ages and her Portrayal of Everyday Life
IV Literary and Dramatic Criticism
A Literary Approach
A Theater Critic of the Heiberg School
Søren Kierkegaard on Danish Actresses
Johan Ludvig Heiberg and his Audiencein NineteenthCentury Denmark
PL Møller and Romanticism in Danish Literature
Martensens Dogmatics and its Reception
Grundtvig and Romanticism
Adam Oehlenschlägers Erik and Rollerand Danish Romanticism
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Ørsteds Acoustics and Andersens The Bell