Kristin Gjesdal

Professor II

Kristin Gjesdal is Professorial Fellow (Professor II) at IFIKK. She is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Temple University, Philadelphia. In her work, she covers the areas of phenomenology and hermeneutics, enlightenment, romanticism, idealism, and aesthetics. She also works on tragedy and philosophy of theater and has published a number of articles on Sophocles, Shakespeare, Ibsen, and modern literature. 

Kristin Gjesdal holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of Oslo. She has been a visiting scholar at the Goethe-Universität and Columbia University and a post-doctoral Fulbright Fellow at the University of Chicago. She has also had a fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung in Germany. In 2014, Kristin Gjesdal was awarded the The Eleanor Hofkin Award for Excellence in Teaching from the Alumni Board at the College of Liberal Arts at Temple.

Kristin Gjesdal has published more than 30 journal articles and book chapters and is the author of Gadamer and the Legacy of German Idealism (Cambridge 2009) and Herder's Hermeneutics: History, Poetry, Enlightenment (forthcoming with Cambridge University Press). She is the editor of The Oxford Handbook of German Philosophy in the 19th Century (with Michael Forster) and Key Debates in Nineteenth-Century European Philosophy (Routledge, 2016). She is also the editor of the forthcoming Cambridge Companion to Hermeneutics (with Michael Forster) and Ibsen's Hedda Gabler: Philosophical Perspectives (Oxford University Press). Kristin Gjesdal is an area editor of nineteenth-century philosophy for The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

In a Norwegian context, Kristin Gjesdal is co-editor of the journal Agora. She has been the co-editor of KritikkJournalen, a board member for Samtiden, and edited two book series, Pax Palimpsest and Litteraer Palimpsest (with Mari Lending).

For a full list of publications, current CV, and more, please visit Kristin Gjesdal's Academia page or her website at Temple.

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Publications

  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2006). Hermeneutics and Philology: A Reconsideration of Gadamer´s Critique of Schleiermacher. British Journal for the History of Philosophy.  ISSN 0960-8788.  14(1), s 133- 156 . doi: 10.1080/09608780500449206
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2005). Against The Myth of Aesthetic Presence - A Defense of Gadamer´s Critique of Aesthetic Consciousness. Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology.  ISSN 0007-1773.  5(3)
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2005). Reading Kant Hermeneutically? Gadamer and the Critique of Judgment. Kant Studien.  ISSN 0022-8877.
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2005). The End of Art as the Beginning of Aesthetics? Hegel and Herder on Art, History, and Reason. Philosophy and Literature.  ISSN 0190-0013.
  • Ramberg, Bjørn Torgrim & Gjesdal, Kristin (2005). Hermeneutics. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  ISSN 1095-5054.
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2004). Reading Shakespeare, Reading Modernity - Hegel and Herder on Art and Historicity. Angelaki.  ISSN 0969-725X.  9(3), s 18- 31
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2004). Revolusjon og romantikk. Samtiden.  ISSN 0036-3928.  4, s 55- 66
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2004). Ånd i masse og materie Hegel om arkitektur og om tankens arkitektoniske prinsipper. Agora : Journal for metafysisk spekulasjon.  ISSN 0800-7136.  (Årg. 22, nr 1/2), s 7-23

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  • Lending, Mari & Gjesdal, Kristin (red.) (2006). Agora, 2006 (3). Aschehoug & Co.  ISBN 8203191444.  303 s.
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2004). Om menneskehetens estetiske oppdragelse. De norske bokklubbene.  25 s.
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2004). Om menneskehetens estetiske oppdragelse. Den norske bokklubben.  ISBN 82-525-5204-8.  152 s.

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  • Christensen, Jeannette; Gjesdal, Kristin & Grøtta, Marit (2017). Woman Interrupted.
  • Christensen, Jeannette; Gjesdal, Kristin & Lundell, Martin Egge (2017). The Passing of Time [bok]. Full text in Research Archive. Show summary
  • Gjesdal, Kristin (2002). The Truth of Art: Gadamer and Moderen Aesthetics. Show summary

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