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Editor-in-chief of the series Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources
Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and
Resources (KRSRR) is a
collective research project that began in 2005, with the first volumes
appearing in 2007. It represents the work of more than 200 leading scholars
from some 50 different countries. The guiding idea behind the project was to
create a publication series, which would serve as both a reference work for
students and scholars and as a forum for new research. The project attempts to
cover all of the main areas of Kierkegaard research in a systematic fashion. This
series is divided into three large parts, each of which consists of 7 volumes,
which are further subdivided into individual tomes.
The series Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources is published by Routledge
Overview of the Series:
Kierkegaard and the Bible
Tome I: The Old
Tome II: The New
Kierkegaard and the Greek World
Tome I: Socrates and Plato
Tome II: Aristotle
and Other Greek Thinkers
Kierkegaard and the Roman World
Kierkegaard and the Patristic and Medieval Traditions
Kierkegaard and the Renaissance and Early Modern Traditions
Tome I: Philosophy
Tome II: Theology
Literature, Drama and Music
Kierkegaard and His German Contemporaries
Tome I: Philosophy
Tome II: Theology
Literature and Aesthetics
Kierkegaard and His Danish Contemporaries
Tome I: Philosophy,
Politics and Social Theory
Tome II: Theology
Literature, Drama and Aesthetics
Kierkegaard’s International Reception
Tome I: Northern
and Western Europe
Tome II: Southern,
Central and Eastern Europe
Tome III: The Near
East, Asia, Australia, and the Americas
Kierkegaard’s Influence on Existentialism
Kierkegaard’s Influence on Theology
Tome I: German
Anglophone and Scandinavian Protestant Theology
Tome III: Catholic and Jewish Theology
Kierkegaard’s Influence on Philosophy
Tome I: German and Scandinavian Philosophy
Kierkegaard’s Influence on Literature and Criticism
Tome I: The
Tome II: Denmark
Tome III: Sweden
Tome IV: The
Tome V. The
Romance Languages, Central and Eastern Europe
Kierkegaard’s Influence on the Social Sciences
Kierkegaard’s Influence on Social-Political Thought
III: Kierkegaard Resources
Tome I: Absolute to
Tome II: Classicism
Tome III: Envy to
Tome IV: Individual
Tome V: Objectivity
Tome VI: Salvation
Kierkegaard’s Literary Figures and Motifs
Tome I: Agamemnon
Tome II: Gulliver
Kierkegaard Secondary Literature
Tome I: Catalan,
Chinese, Czech, Danish and Dutch
Finnish, French, Galician and German
Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, and Polish
Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, and Swedish
Afrikaans to Dutch
Estonian to Hebrew
Hungarian to Korean
Latvian to Ukrainian
The Auction Catalogue of Kierkegaard’s Library
Tome I: Index of Names, A-K
Tome II: Index of Subjects, L-Z
Tome III: Index of Subjects. Overview of the Articles in the Series
"The near completion of Kierkegaard
Research: Sources, Reception and Resources (KRSRR) marks the success
project—clearly the largest body of interconnected secondary literature ever
published in Kierkegaard Studies—that would hardly have seen the light of day,
had it not been for the bold initiative and steadfast stewardship of Jon
Stewart of the Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre in Copenhagen."
Poul Houe, “Kierkegaard Sources, Influences,
and Reception in the Present Age of Inter-texts and –textuality,”
Kierkegaard Newsletter, no. 63, 2014, pp. 2-12.
collection est une source incroyablement riche d’informations. On peut
y trouver toutes les indications nécessaires, rassemblées le plus
exhaustivement possible, sur le rapport de Kierkegaard à ses sources,
Socrate, par exemple, Luther ou Lessing, ou encore Shakespeare ou
Mozart; sur la manière dont les auteurs venant après lui l’ont lu et
interprété, que ce soit Heidegger, Sartre, Camus, Barth ou Bonhoeffer,
ou encore Kafka, Strindberg, Ibsen, Frisch ou Dürrenmatt.”
Pierre Bühler, Revue de Théologie et de Philosophie, vol. 145, 2013, p. 352.
Research: Sources, Reception and Resources is continuing to prove a remarkable
achievement and is cumulatively providing an important point of reference for all
those working on Kierkegaard...."
Pattison, Marginalia: A Review of Books in History, Theology and Religion,
January 29, 2013 (online journal).
multi-volume reference work is a contribution of the highest caliber to
academic research on Kierkegaard....The general editor Jon Stewart
with his co-editors must be thanked for orchestrating such a vast
undertaking. Their work is nothing less than a largesse to the future
Mads Sohl Jessen,
Søren Kierkegaard Newsletter, no. 58, 2011, pp. 4-5.
series is the most important single collection of secondary literature on
Kierkegaard to be published in recent years and it is possibly the most
important ever published."
Williams, Religious Studies Review, vol. 35, no. 4, 2009, p. 252.
Editor-in-chief of the series Texts from Golden Age Denmark
order to meet the need for the new international interest in the celebrated period
of the Danish Golden Age, Museum Tusculanum Press has, since 2005, been
publishing a translation series entitled, Texts from Golden Age Denmark
(ISSN 1903-3346) under the general editorship of Professor Jon Stewart. The
main goal of his interdisciplinary series is to make available for the first
time in English some of the most important texts from the leading writers and
intellectual figures of this period.
The texts featured come from many
different authors, representing many different fields, e.g., literature,
philosophy, theology, drama and art history. They serve to paint a more
complete picture of the cultural milieu of the period and to make its rich
intellectual life available to the world of international scholarship.
Read more: Texts from Golden Age Denmark
"Stewart has taken great care in positioning each of the chosen texts
in their historical as well as philosophical context, and the reader
necessarily comes away having been given a privileged window into a central
concern of the Danish Golden Age. These volumes...function as gateways to
further research into the Danish Golden Age and its historical and cultural
Scandinavian Studies, vol. 80, no. 2, 2008, pp. 254-256.
"This series represents a welcome expansion of the excellent work done
at the Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre, which here once again cements its
competence in the theological and philosophical literature of the Danish Golden
Age....For the first time it is possible for the English reader to look beyond
Kierkegaard out into the wider landscape of outstanding texts from Danish
philosophy....The present reviewer...can...only recommend these...excellent
volumes of translations to the English reader. They open up a new world of
possibilities for Kierkegaard research, but this is ultimately only a small
part of what they really offer. With them the road is cleared into the treasure
chest of wonderful philosophical texts from the Danish Golden Age."
Søren Kierkegaard Newsletter, no. 51, 2007, pp. 43-45.
following volumes have been published to date:
Heiberg’s On the Significance of Philosophy for the Present Age and Other Texts, trans. and ed. by Jon Stewart (2005). Hardback. xxii+46pp. ISBN 978-87-635-3084-2.
Heiberg’s Speculative Logic and Other Texts, trans. and ed. by Jon Stewart (2006). Hardback. xviii+387pp. ISBN 978-87-635-3091-0.
Heiberg’s Introductory Lecture to the Logic Course and Other Texts, trans. and ed. by Jon Stewart (2007). Hardback. xvii+33pp. ISBN 978-87-635-3085-9.
Heiberg’s Contingency Regarded from the Point of View of Logic and Other Texts, trans. and ed. by Jon Stewart (2008). Hardback. vxi+457pp. ISBN 978-87-635-1099-8.
Mynster’s “Rationalism, Supernaturalism” and the Debate about Mediation, trans. and ed. by Jon Stewart (2009). Hardback. vxi+683pp. ISBN 978-87-635-3096-5.
Heiberg’s Perseus and Other Texts, trans. and ed. by Jon Stewart (2011). Hardback. xiii+406pp. ISBN 978-87-635-3170-2.
Sibbern’s Remarks and Investigations Primarily Concerning Hegel’s Philosophy, trans. and ed. by Jon Stewart (2018). Hardback. xvi + 451pp. ISBN 978 87 635 4598 3.
Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press