Ingvild Torsen

Associate Professor - Philosophy
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Academic Interests

I work on Heidegger and aesthetics, primarily as the two relate to Post-Kantian philosophy. I am interested in phenomenology and Continental philosophy in general and in modernism as a philosophical and artistic problem. 

I have advised MA students working on a wide range of topics, including theses on  Kirkegaard and the self, Social philosophy and narrative theories of identity, Philosophy of technology, Philosophy of work, Heidegger and Hegel, Phenomenology, Romanticism and Indian philosophy. 

Teaching

I teach our our courses in Continental Philosophy, Aesthetics, Feminist Philosophy and lecture for Exphil on a regular basis. Courses thought:

Continental philosophy (MA)

Continental philosophy (BA)

Philosophical aesthetics (joint MA and BA)

Feminist philosophy (BA, joint BA and MA from 2022)

Higher education and employment history

Ph.D. Boston University; Cand.philol. University of Oslo. Previously Assistant Professor at Florida International University and Visiting Assistant Professor at Marquette University.

Tags: Philosophy, Phenomenology, Aesthetics, Continental Philosophy, Heidegger, Hegel, Kant, Tragedy

Publications

  • Torsen, Ingvild (2020). Book Symposium: Hegel’s Aesthetics: The Art of Idealism. SGIR Review.  ISSN 2577-0233.  3(1-2), s 2- 11
  • Torsen, Ingvild (2020). The Persistence of the Body in Sculpture after Abstraction, In Ingvild Torsen; Kristin Gjesdal & Fred Rush (ed.),  Philosophy of Sculpture. Historical Problems, Contemporary Approaches.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138615953.  Chapter 6.  s 111 - 129
  • Torsen, Ingvild (2018). The Problem of Agency in Heidegger's Interpretation of Van Gogh, In David P. Nichols (ed.),  Van Gogh among the Philosophers. Painting, Thinking, Being.  Lexington Books.  ISBN 9781498531351.  3.  s 63 - 80
  • Torsen, Ingvild (2018). The future of Hegelian art history: On the body in late modern sculpture, In Paul A. Kottman & Michael Squire (ed.),  The Art of Hegel's Aesthetics. Hegelian Philosophy and the Perspectives of Art History.  Wilhelm Fink Verlag.  ISBN 978-3-7705-6285-5.  Chapter.  s 303 - 330
  • Torsen, Ingvild (2016). Disinterest and truth. On Heidegger’s interpretation of Kant’s aesthetics. British Journal of Aesthetics.  ISSN 0007-0904.  56(1), s 15- 32 . doi: 10.1093/aesthj/ayv045
  • Torsen, Ingvild (2015). Er det på tide å dumpe Heidegger?. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift.  ISSN 0802-7005.
  • Torsen, Ingvild (2014). Robert Pippin’s After the Beautiful. Hegel and the Philosophy of Pictorial Modernism. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.  ISSN 1538-1617.
  • Torsen, Ingvild (2014). "The Origin of the Work of Art" and Its Legacy, In Michael Kelly (ed.),  Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. Second edition.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 978-0-19-937032-0.  -.  s 296 - 299
  • Torsen, Ingvild (2014). What was abstract art? (From the point of view of Heidegger). Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism.  ISSN 0021-8529.  72(3), s 291- 302 . doi: 10.1111/jaac.12084

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  • Torsen, Ingvild; Gjesdal, Kristin & Rush, Fred (ed.) (2020). Philosophy of Sculpture. Historical Problems, Contemporary Approaches. Routledge.  ISBN 9781138615953.  230 s.

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