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Kåre Johan Mjør

Associate Professor, UiB
  • E-mailKare.Mjor@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 84 07+47 902 31 974
  • Visitor Address
    HF-bygget, Sydnesplassen 7
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7805
    5020 Bergen
Selected publications
  • Mjør, Kåre Johan; Turoma, Sanna. 2020. Russia as civilization : ideological discourses in politics, media and academia. Routledge. 227 pages. ISBN: 9780367493851.
  • Mjør, Kåre Johan. 2020. Universalising idealism: The cross-cultural case of Russian religious thought. Global Intellectual History. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/23801883.2020.1777679
  • Mjør, Kåre Johan. 2013. A Past of One’s Own: The Post-Soviet Historiography of Russian Philosophy. Ab Imperio: Theory and History of Nationalities and Nationalism in the post-Soviet Realm. 3. 315-350.
  • Mjør, Kåre Johan. 2014. Philosophy, Modernity and National Identity: The Quest for a Russian Philosophy at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. Slavonic and East European Review. 92: 622-652.
  • Mjør, Kåre Johan. 2018. Smuta: Cyclical Visions of History in Contemporary Russian Thought and the Question of Hegemony. Studies in East European thought. 70: 19-40. doi: 10.1007/s11212-018-9298-0
  • Mjør, Kåre Johan. 2017. Russiske imperium. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. 356 pages. ISBN: 9788202548926.
  • Mjør, Kåre Johan. 2011. Reformulating Russia: The Cultural and Intellectual Historiography of Russian First-Wave Émigré Writers. Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN: 9789004192867.
Academic article
  • 2020. Universalising idealism: The cross-cultural case of Russian religious thought. Global Intellectual History.
  • 2019. Rysk religiös filosofi i en sekulär tidsålder. Arche - tidskrift för psykoanalys, humaniora och arkitektur. 163-169.
  • 2019. Obraz Rossii v utsjenii slavjanofilov. Istoriya Filosofii. 122-134.
  • 2018. Smuta: Cyclical Visions of History in Contemporary Russian Thought and the Question of Hegemony. Studies in East European thought. 19-40.
  • 2018. Provincialising Europe? Soviet Historiography of Philosophy and the Question of Eurocentrism. Rivista di storia della filosofia. 277-293.
  • 2018. Metaphysics, Aesthetics, or Epistemology? The Conceptual History of tvorchestvo in Nineteenth-Century Russian Thought. Slavic and East European Journal. 4-25.
  • 2017. Russisk religiøs filosofi i ein sekulær tidsalder. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. 89-97.
  • 2017. Nikolai Berdiaev and the "boundless spaces" of Russia. Nordlit. 4-17.
  • 2016. Eit evig Russland: Oleg Platonov, Institutt for russisk sivilisasjon og nasjonaliseringa av russisk tenking. Nordisk Østforum. 98-117.
  • 2014. Philosophy, Modernity and National Identity: The Quest for a Russian Philosophy at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. Slavonic and East European Review. 622-652.
  • 2013. A Past of One’s Own: The Post-Soviet Historiography of Russian Philosophy. Ab Imperio: Theory and History of Nationalities and Nationalism in the post-Soviet Realm. 315-350.
  • 2012. Ein unik sivilisasjon: Russlandsførestellingar før og no. Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift. 237-247.
  • 2012. Det slavofile Russlandsbildet. Kirke og kultur. 237-247.
  • 2011. Onlajn-biblioteka i klassiceskij russkij kanon v postsovetskoj Rossii: Zamecanija o Fundamental'noj elektronnoj biblioteke 'Russkaia literatura i fol'klor'. Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie. 323-337.
  • 2011. A Russian Thinker or a Thinker in Russia? Some Tendencies in the Post-Soviet Reception of Nikolaj Berdjaev. Scando-Slavica. 25-47.
  • 2009. The Online Library and the Classic Literary Canon in Post- Soviet Russia: Some Observations on "The Fundamental Electronic Library of Russian Literature and Folklore". The Russian Cyberspace Journal. 83-99.
  • 2009. Russlands dialektiske forhold til Europa: Vasilij Zenkovskij som idéhistorikar. Nordisk Østforum. 49-65.
  • 2005. Semiotikk som indre eksil? Om binære modellars rolle i russisk kultur. Nordlit. 105-132.
Report
  • 2019. Webundersøking av HVL-biblioteket sine nettsider. .
Lecture
  • 2020. Å nå ut til stipendiatene der de er – ved egen pc. Undervisning via Skype for business.
  • 2018. Imperium, nasjon og revolusjon: Arven frå Sovjetunionen i det 21. Hundreåret.
  • 2018. Imperium, nasjon og revolusjon: Arven frå Sovjetunionen i det 21. Hundreåret.
  • 2017. Russiske imperium.
  • 2014. Contemporary Humanities in Russia: Views from the Inside and Outside.
Popular scientific lecture
  • 2019. Russland-Norge (Paneldebatt).
  • 2019. Kva er Russland? Russisk sjølvforståing etter 1991.
  • 2019. Fragmenter av fortid: Historiens rolle i russisk samtidslitteratur.
  • 2019. 30 Years Since the Fall of the Berlin Wall.
  • 2018. Russiske imperium.
  • 2017. Russiske imperium.
  • 2017. Russiske imperium.
  • 2017. Russiske imperium.
  • 2017. Forstå Russland: Arven etter den russiske revolusjonen.
  • 2017. Arven etter den russiske revolusjonen.
  • 2014. Det nye Russland: Arbeidsliv, velferd, politikk.
  • 2012. Russisk filosofi – finst den?
Academic lecture
  • 2019. The Making of a Philosopher: Dostoevsky through the Lens of Rozanov, Bulgakov, and Shestov.
  • 2019. Teaching Literature and Philospophy (Roundtable presentation).
  • 2019. Ideologies, Politics of History and the Response of Literature in Contemporary Russia.
  • 2018. Trubetskoi's Idealist Grounding of the Religious Meaning of Life.
  • 2018. Theologies of Culture: Idealism, Orthodoxy and Russian Religious Thought.
  • 2018. The Boundaries of Russian Philosophy (Roundtable presentation).
  • 2018. "Russia’s Thousand-Year-Old History": The Claim for a Past in Contemporary Russian Conservative Thought.
  • 2018. "Russia's Thousand-Year-Old History": The Claim for a Past in Contemporary Russian Conservatism.
  • 2017. “Russia’s Thousand-Year-Old History”: A Standard Phrase in Post-Soviet Russian Conservative Thought and Its Meaning(s).
  • 2017. Transfer of Ideas: The Practices of Russian Intellectual History (Roundtable Presentation).
  • 2017. Russian Religious Philosophy: Religious, Secular or Post-Secular?
  • 2016. Struggling with Western Hegemony: A Postcolonial Perspective on the Civilizational Turn in Post-Soviet Russia.
  • 2016. Provincialising Europe?: Soviet Historiography of National Philosophies and the Question of Eurocentrism.
  • 2016. Den russiske ideen.
  • 2016. Cyclical History and the Post-Soviet Condition.
  • 2016. Creation and Creativity in the Philosophy of Vladimir Solov'ev.
  • 2016. "The Mother of all the Sciences and Arts": Academic Philosophy in Eighteenth-Century Russia as Cultural Transfer.
  • 2015. Sluttseminar for Fabian Heffermehls avhandling Bildet sett fra innsiden: ikonoklastiske og matematiske konsepter i Florenskijs omvendte perspektiv.
  • 2015. Between Universalism and Nationalism: The Historiography of National Philosophies as a Challenge to the Marxist-Leninist Metaphilosophy of Soviet Philosophical Culture.
  • 2015. Between Universalism and Nationalism: Soviet Historiography of National Philosophies.
  • 2015. Between Ideology and Science: Russia’s First Visions of an Indigenous Philosophy.
  • 2015. Between Ideology and Nauka: Russia's First Visions of an Indigenous Philosophy.
  • 2014. Creating its Own Platos: The Transfer and Adaptation of Philosophy in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Russia.
  • 2013. The ‘Russian Idea’ and ‘Russian Civilization’: The Transformation of Two Utopian Concepts in Post-Soviet Russia.
  • 2013. The Concept of Civilisation in Contemporary Russia.
  • 2013. The Christian Justification of the Nation: The Religious and The Secular in Russian Liberal Nationalism.
  • 2013. The Christian Justification of the Nation: Russian Liberal Nationalism and the Question of Religion vs. Modernity.
  • 2013. Har russisk filosofi ei fortid? Nokre trekk ved den postsovjetiske filosofihistoriografien.
  • 2013. Does Philosophy Have a National Past? The Representation of Russian Philosophy in PostSoviet Historiography.
  • 2012. Towards a Canon of Russian Philosophy: The Historiography of Gershenzon, Ern and Berdiaev.
  • 2012. The Post-Soviet Historiography of Russian Philosophy: Assumptions and Challenges.
  • 2012. Remediation and Reincarnation: Digitised Texts and their Online Libraries on the RuNet.
  • 2012. Modernity and National Identity in the Historiography of Russian Philosophy (Late Imperial Period).
  • 2011. The Historiography of Philosophy and National Identity: The Canon of Russian Philosophy in a Historical Perspective.
  • 2011. Kaukasustemaet i Lermontovs Vår tids helt.
  • 2010. Sluttseminar for Fabian Lindes doktoravhandling Rebel Spirit: An Interpratation of Nikolai Berdiaev's Philosophical Antropology in the Light of Jonasian Gnosis.
  • 2010. Rock in the Soviet Union.
  • 2010. Nationalism in Russian Nineteenth-Century Music.
  • 2010. "The Land that Colonises Itself": Russia and Europe in the Historiography of Vasilii Kliuchevskii.
  • 2009. Russian Internet Culture and the Russian Literary Canon: On “The Fundamental Electronic Library of Russian Literature and Folklore”.
  • 2009. Resepsjonen av Nikolaj Berdjaev i det postsovjetiske Russland.
  • 2009. "The Land that Colonises Itself": Russian History According to Vasilii Kliuchevskii.
  • 2008. Avgrensing eller grenseoverskriding? Russland versus Europa hos Georgij Florovskij og Vasilij Zenkovskij.
  • 2007. Vasilij Zenkovskijs Istorija russkoj filosofii i eit historisk perspektiv.
  • 2007. Nikolai Berdiaev as historiographer – or, How to make sense of ‘The Russian Idea’.
  • 2007. "Fedotov vender heim”: om emigrantlitteraturens resepsjon i det postsovjetiske Russland.
Editorial
  • 2018. Special Issue: The Russian Revolution 100 Years On. Scando-Slavica. 2-6.
Reader opinion piece
  • 2016. Snakk om Russland! Klassekampen.
Book review
  • 2014. [Melding av/Review of] M.V. Kovalev: Russkie istoriki-emigranty v Prage (1920–1940 gg.) (Saratov: SGiTU 2012). Slavic Review: Interdisciplinary Quarterly of Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies. 954-955.
  • 2014. [Melding av/Review of] Katja Richters: The Post-Soviet Russian Orthodox Church: Politics, Culture and Greater Russia (London: Routledge 2013). Gosudarstvo, cerkov’ i religija v Rossii i za rubezom. 325-331.
  • 2014. Dostojevskij som filosof [Melding av/Review of Nikolaj Berdjajev: Dostojevskijs verdensanskuelse]. Salongen : Nettstedet for filosofi og idéhistorie.
  • 2012. [Melding av/Review of] Vera Zvereva: Setevye razgovory: Kul’turnye kommunikatsii v Runete (Bergen: University of Bergen 2012). Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie. 227-230.
  • 2012. Russisk fortid og framtid [Melding av/Review of Nikolaj Berdjajev: Den russiske idé]. Salongen : Nettstedet for filosofi og idéhistorie.
  • 2001. Bortanfor den hysteriske intonasjonen [Melding av/Review of Grigorij Pomerants: Utgang fra trancen]. REPLIKK – Tidsskrift for samfunnsvitskap og humaniora. 85-91.
Academic anthology/Conference proceedings
  • 2020. Russia as civilization : ideological discourses in politics, media and academia. Routledge.
Academic monograph
  • 2011. Reformulating Russia: The Cultural and Intellectual Historiography of Russian First-Wave Émigré Writers.
  • 2002. Desire, Death, and Imitation: Narrative Patterns in the Late Tolstoy.
Popular scientific article
  • 2019. Izutsjenie russkoj mysli v Norvegii: Osnovnye vekhi i predstaviteli (predislovie k perevodu). Istoriya Filosofii. 112-121.
  • 2018. Spøkelset frå den russiske revolusjonen: Imperium, nasjon og revolusjon: Arven frå Sovjetunionen i det 21. hundreåret. Syn og Segn. 88-96.
  • 2018. Piama Gaidenko. Filosofia: An Encyclopedia of Russian Thought.
  • 2016. Lev Tolstoj. Allkunne.no.
  • 2014. Vladimir Putin. Allkunne.no.
  • 2014. Russland. Allkunne.no.
  • 1999. Dristige tankeflòg ut i det store fri? Mål og makt.
  • 1998. Å klårgjera det forkastelege. Mål og makt.
Feature article
  • 2017. Revolusjon og antirevolusjon. Klassekampen.
  • 2000. Russland: Karelen - ein annan stad? Dag og Tid.
Letter to the editor
  • 2019. Russland som imperium. Vagant. 10-11.
Doctoral dissertation
  • 2009. Reformulating Russia: The cultural and intellectual historiography of Russian first-wave émigré writers.
Interview
  • 2017. Refseren Tolstoj.
  • 2017. "Russiske imperium" for å forstå Russland.
  • 2014. Tvinger russarane til patriotisme.
  • 2009. Blomstret i eksil.
Programme participation
  • 2019. The 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • 2020. Russian Civilizationism in a Global Perspective. 26 pages.
  • 2020. An Eternal Russia: Oleg Platonov, the Institute for Russian Civilization and the Nationalization of Russian Thought. 20 pages.
  • 2020. "Russia's Thousand-Year History": Claiming a Past in Contemporary Russian Conservative Thought . 23 pages.
  • 2019. Afterword: Back to the Future, Forward to the Past? Explorations in Russian Science Fiction and Fantasy. 16 pages.
  • 2017. "The Mother of all the Sciences and Arts": Academic Philosophy in Eighteenth-Century Russia as Cultural Transfer. 15 pages.
  • 2016. A Morphology of Russia? The Russian Civilisational Turn and its Cyclical Idea of History. 15 pages.
  • 2014. Digitizing Everything? Online Libraries on the RuNet. 16 pages.
  • 2014. Buduscee proslogo: K istorii poniatija "Russkaja ideja". 37 pages.
  • 2012. Russian History, Western Ideas: The Historical Vision of Vasilii Kliuchevskii. 21 pages.
  • 2008. Den aktuelle Fedotov: Fortid, notid og framtid i postsovjetisk humaniora. 15 pages.
  • 2007. Tekst og historie: Døme og føredøme frå russiskfaget. 4 pages.
Abstract
  • 2017. Science Fiction and the Loss of Borders. Baltic Worlds. 126-126.
Popular scientific book
  • 2017. Russiske imperium. Cappelen Damm Akademisk.
Digital learning tools
  • 2020. HVL-bibliotekets tjenester.
Popular scientific chapter/article
  • 1998. Digital kultur og kulturell dialog: Samtale mellom Espen Aarseth og Jostein Børtnes. 100-112.
Chapter
  • 2020. A History of Russian Conservatism, from the 18th Century to the End of the 20th Century. 37-74. In:
    • 2020. Contemporary Russian Conservatism: Problems, Paradoxes, and Perspectives. Brill Academic Publishers.

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