Bernt Brendemoen

Professor - Middle East Studies
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Academic Interests

  • Modern Turkish Linguistics

  • Anatolian Dialectology

  • History of the Turkic Languages

  • The Turkish Language Reform

  • Chaghatay Turkic

  • Azeri

  • Modern Turkish Literature

Teaching

Ongoing research

  • The focus of the project "Turkish Transcription Texts" (pdf) is a so-called Karmanlidic codex in Turkish with Greek letters from the end of the 18th century. The codex is handwritten and belongs to a collection of books from Sumela Monastery close to Trabzon, but is now in the National Library in Ankara.
  • The project "A Turkish delegate at the Norwegian-Swedish Orientalist congress in 1889" (pdf) looks into the travelogue Avrupa'da bir Cevelan (Istanbul 1890) by the Turkish writer Ahmed Midhat (1844–1912) which contains interesting impressions from Stockholm, Uppsala, and Christiania.

Higher education and employment history

Study of Greek and Latin at Oslo University 1968-1973; Turkish studies at Istanbul University 1974–1976 and at Oslo University 1976-1977. Master in Turkic Linguistics at Oslo University 1977. Research scholar at Oslo University 1977–1981; amanuensis 1982, førsteamanuensis 1989, professor 2002. Studies in Cairo and Chicago, besides Turkey.

Honoraria

  • Istanbul University's Award for Superior Service to Turcology 1985
  • The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs' medal for superior merits within Turkish studies, 2010

Appointments

  • Professor for one term at Johann Wolfgang von Goethe-University Frankfurt 1991
  • Professor for one year at Johann Gutenberg University Mainz 2001/2002

Cooperation

Turcological research groups especially in Uppsala, Mainz, and Cyprus.

CV

Books

Tags: Turkish, Pamuk, Language contact, Middle East, CIMS

Publications

  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2017). En tyrkisk klassiker på norsk og engelsk. Babylon - Nordisk tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier.  ISSN 1503-5727.  15(1), s 64- 71
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2017). Orhan Pamuk og den materielle verden – forfatterens bruk av objekter i romanen. Orhan Pamuk and the Material World – The Author's Use of Objects in his Novels, I: Selene Wendt (red.),  The Art of Fiction.  The Global Art Project.  ISBN 978-82-690212-1-9.  Kapittel.  s 150 - 179
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2017). Pamuk en Scandinavie, I: Sophie Basch & Nilüfer Göle (red.),  Cahier Pamuk.  Editions de L'Herne.  ISBN 9782851971883.  Kapittel.  s 115 - 122
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2016). Karamanlidic literature and its value as a source for spoken Turkish in the 18th and 19th centuries. Turkic languages.  ISSN 1431-4983.  20, s 5- 25
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2016). Orhan Pamuk and the material world: the author's use of objects in his novels., In Bill Hickman & Gary Leiser (ed.),  Turkish Language, Literature, and History. Travelers' tales. sultans, and scholars since the eighth century..  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1-138-80818-8.  Kapittel 5.  s 60 - 78
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2016). Transcription texts in Topkapi Sarayi revisited, I: Eva A. Csato; Astrid Menz & Fikret Turan (red.),  Spoken Ottoman in Mediator Texts.  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-447-10576-7.  kapittel 5.  s 63 - 75
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2016). Translating Orhan Pamuk, In Eva Agnes Csato; Birsel Karakoç & Astrid Menz (ed.),  The Uppsala Meeting. Proceedings of the 13th International Turkish Linguistics Cnnference.  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-447-10689-4.  Kapittel.  s 64 - 71
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2015). Kristne i Tyrkia – fra maktfaktor til marginal minoritet, I: Berit S Thorbjørnsrud (red.),  De kristne i Midtøsten. Kampen for tilhørighet.  Cappelen Damm Akademisk.  ISBN 978-82-02-48897-0.  Kapittel 4.  s 75 - 94
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2014). Some remarks on the infinitive in -mA in 17th century Ottoman Turkish, In Nurettin Demir; Birsel Karakoç & Astrid Menz (ed.),  Turcology and Linguistics. Éva Ágnes Csató Festschrift.  Hacettepe Üniversitesi Yayınları.  ISBN 978-975-491-367-5.  Kapittel.  s 103 - 113
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2014). The late Ottoman use of the infinitives in -mA and -mAklIk. Dilbilim Arastirmalari Dergisi.  ISSN 1300-8552.  (2), s 25- 35
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2013). The infinitive in -me/-ma in the Balkan dialects. Turkic languages.  ISSN 1431-4983.  17(1/2), s 31- 37
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2013). Trabzon Agizlarindaki Soluksuz Ötümsüz Patlayici Ünsüzler. Dilbilim Arastirmalari Dergisi.  ISSN 1300-8552.  (1), s 195- 205
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2012). Prestige register vs. common speech in Ottoman Turkish, In Gunvor Mejdell & Lutz Edzard (ed.),  High vs. Low and Mixed Varieties. Domains, Status, and Function across Time and Languages.  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-447-06696-9.  Kapittel.  s 123 - 132
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2012). Some thoughts about lexical code-copying, In Éva Kincses-Nagy & Mónika Biacsi (ed.),  The Szeged conference. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Turkish Linguistics held on August 20-22, 2010 in Szeged.  John Benjamins Publishing Company.  ISBN 978 963 306 158 9.  Kapittel.  s 153 - 159
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2012). Å oversette Orhan Pamuk, I: Anders Jeffner (red.),  Språk och ordkonst i Österled.  Kungl. vitterhets historie och antikvitets akademien.  ISBN 978-91-7402-414-2.  Kapittel.  s 38 - 53
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2011). Objekter i romanen. Orhan Pamuk og den materielle verden, I: Saphinaz Amal Naguib & Bjarne Rogan (red.),  Materiell kultur & kulturens materialitet.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 978-82-7099-630-8.  5.  s 81 - 97
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2011). Orhan Pamuks Istanbul. Arr. Idéhistorisk tidsskrift.  ISSN 0802-7005.  1-2, s 3- 13
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2011). Söz Varligi Seviyesindeki Ödünçleme ile ilgili bazi Düsünceler, I: Ülkü Çelik Savk (red.),  III. Uluslararasi Türkiyat Arastirmalari Sempozyumu. 26-29 Mayis 2010. Bildiriler Kitabi.  Hacettepe Üniversitesi.  ISBN 978-975-491-313-2.  kapittel.  s 161 - 165
  • Brendemoen, Bernt; Csato, Eva Agnes; Johanson, Lars; Römer, Claudia & Stein, Heidi (2011). The Linguistic Landscape of Istanbul in the Seventeenth Century, In Paul J.J. Sinclair; Gullög Nordquist; Frands Herschend & Christian Isendahl (ed.),  The Urban Mind – Cultural and Environmental Dynamics.  Uppsala universitet.  ISBN 9789150621754.  17.  s 415 - 439
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2010). An Eighteenth-Century Karamanlidika Codex from Soumela Monastery in Trabzon, In Evangelia Balta & Matthias Kappler (ed.),  Cries and Whispers in Karamanlidika Books.  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-447-06185-8.  Kapittel.  s 267 - 280
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2010). Some Remarks on the Copula in the Eastern Black Sea Dialects, In Julian Rentzsch (ed.),  Turcology in Mainz — Turkologie in Mainz.  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-447-06113-1.  Kapittel.  s 47 - 54
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2008). Orhan Pamuk'un Hümanizmi, I: Nüket Esen & Engin Kilic (red.),  Orhan Pamuk'un Edebi Dünyasi.  Iletisim Yayinlari.  ISBN 9789750505690.  Kapittel.  s 77 - 85
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2007). Norveç'teki Diyalektoloji ve Uygulamalari, I: Mustafa Denktas & Osman Eravsar (red.),  Sanat Tarihi Arastirmalari. Prof. Dr. Hasim Karpuz'a Armagan.  Kivilcim Kitapevi.  ISBN 9789756667057.  Kapittel.  s 107 - 113
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2007). Popüler Tartismada Hatalar ve Normlar, I: Astrid Menz & Christoph Schroeder (red.),  Türkiye'de Dil Tartismalari.  Istanbul Bilgi Universitesi.  ISBN 9756176571.  Kapittelo 2.  s 25 - 39
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2007). The Image of the Turks and Turkey as depicted by Scandinavian Travellers, In Edgeir Reidar Benum; Alf Johansson; Alf Storrud & Jan-Erik Smilden (ed.),  Are We Captives of History? Historical Essays on Turkey and Europe.  Unipub forlag.  ISBN 978-82-7477-280-9.  Kapittel.  s 93 - 104
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2006). Aspects of Greek-Turkish language contact in Trabzon, In Hendrik Boeschoten & Lars Johanson (ed.),  Turkic Languages in Contact.  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 3-447-05212-0.  Kapittel.  s 63 - 73
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2006). Consonant assimilations: A possible parameter for the classification of Turkish dialects. Turkic languages.  ISSN 1431-4983.  9(2), s 173- 187
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2006). Ottoman or Iranian? An example of Turkic-Iranian language contact in East Anatolian dialects, In Lars Johanson & Christiane Bulut (ed.),  Turkic-Iranian Contact Areas. Historical and Linguistic Aspects.  Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 3-447-05276-7.  Kapittel.  s 226 - 238
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2005). Sentence subordination in the Turkish Eastern Black Sea Dialect - another example of copying from Greek?, In Dag Haug & Eirik Welo (ed.),  Haptacahaptaitis � Festschrift for Fridrik Thordarson on the occasion of his 77th birthday.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 82-7099-403-0.  Kapittel.  s 29 - 47
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2005). Some remarks on the phonological status of Greek loanwords in Anatolian Turkish dialects, In  Linguistic Convergence and Areal Diffusion. Case studies from Iranian, Samitic and Turkic.  Routledge Mental Health.  ISBN 0-415-30804-6.  Part 3: Turkic Languages.  s 335 - 345
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2004). Tyrkisk, I: Karen Gammelgaard; Gunvor Mejdell & Rune Svarverud (red.),  Standardspråk underveis - Historien til åtte orientalske og østeuropeiske språk.  Unipub forlag.  ISBN 82-7477-170-2.  Artikkel.  s 63 - 80
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2003). A note on vowel rounding in the Trabzon dialects, In  Studies in Turkish linguistics. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference in Turkish Linguistics.  Bogazici University Press.  ISBN 975-518-210-1.  Artikkel.  s 313 - 320
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2003). Orhan Pamuks nye Røde bok, I: Göran Bäärnhielm & Folke Sandgren (red.),  Accurata descriptio � Studier i kartografi, numismatik, orientalistik och bibliotekvesen tillägnade Ulla Ehrensvärd.  Kungliga Biblioteket.  ISBN 91-7000-222-3.  Artikkel.  s 41 - 50
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2001). Dogu Karadeniz agizlarinin söz varligi, I: Nurettin Demir & Emine Yilmaz (red.),  Uluslararasi Sözlükbilim Sempozyumu Bildirileri (20-23 mayis 1999, Gazima©usa).  Dogu Akdeniz Üniversitesi Yayinlari, Gazimagusa.  s 9 - 16
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2001). On the occasion of Lars Johanson¿s 65th birthday. Materialia Turcica.  ISSN 0344-449X.  22, s 173- 175
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2000). The status of Anatolian dialectology at the turn of the XXth Century. Archivum ottomanicum.  ISSN 0378-2808.  18, s 127- 137
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Bir Sufi Romani Olarak Kara Kitap ["Svart Bok" som en sufi-roman], I: Engin Kilic (red.),  Ornah Pamuk'u Anlamak.  Iletisim Forlag, Istanbul.  ISBN 975-470-631-X.  s 209 - 223
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Dogu Karadeniz Agõzlarõndaki -mIsÕli Ge¿mis Zaman ¿zerine bir not, I:  3. Uluslar Arasõ T¿rk Dil Kurultayõ 1996.  T¿rk Dil Kurumu.  ISBN 975-16-0790-6.  s 199 - 206
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Greek and Turkish Language Encounters in Anatolia, In Bernt Brendemoen; Elizabeth Lanza & Else Ryen (ed.),  Language Encounters across time and space. Studies in language contact.  Novus, Oslo.  ISBN 82-7099-308-5.  s 353 - 378
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1998). Einige Bemerkungen über die Wortstellung in anatolischen Dialekten, I: Erika Taube & Nurettin Demir (red.),  Turkologie heute ¿ Tradition und Perspektive. Materialien der 3. Deutschen Turkologen-Konferenz Leipzig, 4.-7. Oktober, 1994.  Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden.  s 27 - 46
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1998). Some Remarks on the -mIs past in the Eastern Black Sea Coast Dialects. In: Turkic Languages (Wiesbaden) 1/2, 1997, 161-183. Turkic languages.  ISSN 1431-4983.  1(2), s 161- 183
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1998). The Turkish Language Reform, In Lars Johanson & Eva A. Csato (ed.),  The Turkic Languages.  Routledge Mental Health.  ISBN 0-415-08200-5.  s 242 - 247
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1998). Turkish Dialects, In Lars Johanson & Eva A. Csato (ed.),  The Turkic Languages.  Routledge Mental Health.  ISBN 0-415-08200-5.  s 236 - 241

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  • Brendemoen, Bernt & Corbacioglu, Sinan (red.) (2013). Tyrkisk-norsk ordbok. Sypress forlag.  ISBN 978-82-91224-55-8.  481 s.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2002). The Turkish Dialects of Trabzon. Their Phonology and Historical Development. Vol. I: Analysis; Vol. II: Texts. Harrassowitz Verlag.  ISBN 3-447-04570-1.  626 s.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2001). The Turkish Dialects of Trabzon. Their phonology and historical development. Vol. I - Analysis; vol. II - Texts. Unipub forlag.  620 s.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt; Lanza, Elizabeth & Ryen, Else (ed.) (1999). Language Encounters across time and space. Studies in language contact. Novus, Oslo.  ISBN 82-7099-308-5.

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  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2017). Orhan Pamuk og Elena Ferrante — Tyrkia møter Italia.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2017). Orhan Pamuks forfatterskap.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2016). Noe fremmed i mitt sinn.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2016). Pamuk på tyrkisk og i oversettelse.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2015). Black Sea Turkish dialects in Turkey.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2015). The Karamanlis – Turkish-speaking Greeks or Christian Turks?.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2013). Orhan Pamuk and the Material World. The Author’s Use of Objects in his Novels.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2012). Orhan Pamuk and the Material World. The Author's Use of Objects in his Novels.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2012, 13. november). Oslo Üniversitesi'nde Türkçe dersi alanlarin yüzde 70i Norveçli.  Zaman Iskandinavya.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2012, 08. desember). Radioprogram om en tyrkiske dikteren Nazim Hikmet. [Radio].  NRK PT2.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2012). Å oversette Orhan Pamuk.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2011). Avrupalı bir türkologun gözüyle Türkolojinin sorunları.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2011). Balkan ağızalarında -me/-ma’lı isim-fiilin durumu.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2010). Some thoughts about lexical code-copying.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2010). Uskyldighetens museum.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2009). Kuzey-batı Bulgaristan Türk ağızları ile Doğu Karadeniz ağızları arasındaki benzerlikler nereden kaynaklanıyor?.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2009). The West Rumelian Turks in Bulgaria and their alleged affiliation to the Eastern Black Sea area.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2009). Transcription Texts in Topkapı Sarayı Revisited.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2009). Türk Dilinin Tarihi Gelismesinin Ortaya Çıkarılması Açısından Ağız biliminin ve Transkripsyonlu Metinlerin Önemi.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2008). An 18th Century Karamanlidic Codex from Soumela Monastery in Trabzon.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2008). Orhan Pamuks Humanismus.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2007). Foreword, In Ergun Cagatay & Dogan Kuban (ed.),  The Turkic Speaking Peoples – 2000 Years of Art and Culture from Inner Asia to the Balkans.  Prestel Verlag.  ISBN 3791335154.  Forord.  s 6 - 7
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2007). Orhan Pamuks humanisme.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2007, 28. august). Radioprogram om Izzet Celasins bok"Svart himmel, svart hav". [Radio].  NRK.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2006, 04. desember). Diverse radioprogrammer om Orhan Pamuk. [Radio].  NRK P2.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2006). Orhan Pamuk: Istanbul – Byen og minnene.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2004). Errors and Norms in Popular Debate.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2004). The Development of Chaghatay and Ottoman as Literary Languages - Differences and Similarities.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2004). Vestiges of Syntactic Code-Copying from Indo-European Languages in North East Anatolian Dialects.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2003). Hva de færreste vet om Tyrkia.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2003). Oversettelse av Orhan Pamuks roman "Mitt navn er Karmosin".
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2001). The Ottoman Imprint on the Balkans.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (2001). The Turkish Dialects of Trabzon ¿ Their Phonology and Historical Development (Volume I: Analysis. Volume II: Texts).
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Anmeldelse av: Svanberg, I (ed.): Tradition och nyskapande ÑÊ Turkiska spr¿ket och kulturen. Lund, 1997. Dragomanen: Årsskrift utgiven av Svenska Forskningsinstitutet i Istanbul.  ISSN 1402-358X.  2 (1998), s 98- 101
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Dogu Karadeniz Agõzlarõnõn S¿zvarlõgõ ve S¿zl¿kleri [Ordforr¿det i og ordb¿ker over Svartehavs-dialektene]. Kebikeç : insan bilimleri için kaynak arastirmalari dergisi.  ISSN 1300-2864.  4(7-8), s 77- 83
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Fronting and backing mechanisms in the Eastern Black Sea Dialects.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Orhan Pamuk og hans svarte og r¿de bok.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Trabzon Agõzlarõndaki ¿nl¿ Uyumu ve Y¿ntemsel A¿õdan D¿s¿nd¿rd¿kleri.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Turkish-Greek interaction in the Byzantine Empire of Trebizond.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1999). Tyrkernes kulturelle p¿virkning p¿ Balkan.
  • Brendemoen, Bernt (1998). Anmeldelse av: Kellner-Heinkele, B. and Zieme, P. (eds.), Studia Ottomanica ÑÊFestgabe f¿r Gy¿rgy Hazai zum 65. Geburtsdag. Wiesbaden 1997. [Ver¿ffentlichungen der Societas Uralo-Altaica , vol. 47.]. Orientalia Suecana.  ISSN 0078-6578.  47 (1998), s 161- 162

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