Dag Øistein Endsjø

Professor - Study of Religion
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Visiting address P.A. Munchs hus
Postal address Postboks 1010 Blindern 0315 Oslo

Endsjø er most know for his research on sex and religion, religion and human rights, and on how Greek beliefs in physical immortality and resurrection influenced early Christianity. He also works with various other fields, such as religion and popular culture, religion and politics, religious and place, religion and gender, religious change, Greek religion, Christianity, and the history of the immortality in Western beliefs.

He is among Norway’s most translated academics with books published in thirteen languages, as well as being one of the country’s most prolific scholars in the public sphere with hundreds of more popular articles.

Bakground

  • Professor in the Study of Religion at the University of Oslo 2016-
  • Professor in the Study of Religion at the University of Bergen 2006-2017
  • Visiting scholar at Duke University 1999, UTS Columbia University 2003, and San Francisco University 2006
  • Postdoctoral Fellow in the History of Ideas at the University of Oslo 2005-2006
  • Postdoctoral Fellow in the History of Religion at the University of Oslo 2003-2004
  • Associate Professor in the Study of Religion at NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology 2003
  • Dr.art. in the History of Religion at the University of Oslo 2003
Tags: Study of Religion, History of Religions, Christianity, Religion and gender, History of sexuality, Religion and politics, Human rights, Religion and popular culture, Antiquity, Popular Religion, Rituals, Death and immortality

Publications

  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2022). The Return of Alexander the Great in the Third Century A.D.: A Question of Daimones and Physical Immortality. Classica et Mediaevalia. ISSN 0106-5815. 70, p. 149–179. Full text in Research Archive
  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2020). The other way around? How freedom of religion may protect LGBT rights. International Journal of Human Rights. ISSN 1364-2987. 24(10), p. 1681–1700. doi: 10.1080/13642987.2020.1763961. Full text in Research Archive
  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2019). Wolves, the Norwegian Constitution, and the Protection of Endangered Species. Nordisk miljörättslig tidskrift. ISSN 2000-4273. 11(1), p. 29–45. Full text in Research Archive
  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2018). Resurrection of the Dead in Early Judaism, 200 BCE–CE 200, by C. D. Elledge, New York, Oxford University Press, 2017. Book Review. Religion. ISSN 0048-721X. 48(3), p. 524–526. doi: 10.1080/0048721X.2018.1450476.
  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2018). Tidlig kristendom. Store Norske Leksikon (Nettutgaven).
  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2018). Oppstandelse. Store Norske Leksikon (Nettutgaven).

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  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2022). Religion og menneskerettigheter. Konflikt, balanse og idealer. Universitetsforlaget. ISBN 9788215059983. 222 p.
  • Tønnessen, Annie & Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2021). Om onani. En håndbok. Reduserstress. ISBN 978-82-690110-1-2. 232 p.
  • Hafstad, Daisy Sælen; Endsjø, Dag Øistein & Hill, Thomas (2020). Parykker, stiletter og frigjøring. Historien om norsk dragshow. Kolofon Forlag AS. ISBN 9788230020456. 207 p.
  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2020). الجنس والدين التعاليم والمحظورات في تاريخ الأديان. Sefsafa Publishing House. ISBN 9789778211382. 211 p.
  • Endsjø, Dag Øistein (2018). Nemirstības vēsture. Un Citi. ISBN 9789934861130. 272 p.

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