Espen Dahl, The Problem of Evil and the Problem of Job. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2018.

Dahl, Stanley Cavell, Religion and Continental Philosophy. Indiana University Press 2014. 

Dahl, Espen. In Between. The Holy Beyond Modern Dichotomies. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2011

Dahl, Espen. Phenomenology and the Holy. Religious Experience after Husserl. SCM Veritas Press, 2010.

Falke, Cassandra; Dahl, Espen; Eriksen, Thor Eirik, Phenomenology of the Broken Body.  London: Routledge 2018.

Falke, Cassandra. The Phenomenology of Love and Reading. Bloomsbury: New York, 2017.

Heneise, M. 2018. Agency and Knowledge in Northeast India: The Life and Landscapes of Dreams in Northeast India. Edinburgh Routledge South Asian Studies Series. London: Routledge. 240 pages.


Articles and book chapters

Dahl, Espen; Falke, Cassandra; Eriksen, Thor Eirik. Introduction. i Eriksen, T.E (2019) In E. Dahl, C.Falke & T.E. Eriksen Phenomenology of the Broken Body. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Franciss 1 - 10.

Dahl, Espen. Weakness and Passivity: Phenomenology of the Body After Paul. in E. Dahl, C.Falke & T.E. Eriksen Phenomenology of the Broken Body. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Franciss . 13 - 28

Dahl, Espen. Knausgård og det stillferdige kallet fra det hverdagslige. Novus Forlag.s 207 - 226.

Dahl, Espen. Wittgenstein and Augustine on Seeing Miracles. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2018.s 95 - 112.

Dahl, Espen. Mottageligheten og kroppens fenomenologi. Novus Forlag 2017.s 37 - 54.

Dahl, Espen. The inner tension of pain and the phenomenology of evil. International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 2017; Volum 78 (4-5).s 396 - 406.s.

Dahl, Espen. Girard on Apocalypse and Terrorism. Cambridge University Press 2017.s 89 - 102.

Dahl, Espen. Preserving the Double Mystery: Augustine's Confessions on Self and God. Literature & Theology 2016; Volum 30.s 99 - 111.

Dahl, Espen. Nattverd, kropp, erindring. DIN - Tidsskrift for religion og kultur 2016 (1)..s 105 - 121.

Dahl, Espen. Job and the Problem of Physical Pain: A Phenomenological Reading. Modern Theology 2016; Volum 32 (1).s 45 - 59.

Dahl Hambro, Cathinka. Memoria Dei: Minnets hermeneutikk i Augustins Confessiones. Teologisk Tidsskrift 2019 (2).

Dahl Hambro, Cathinka. Pain and epiphany: Julian of Norwich' Revelations of Divine Love as Pathography. Tidsskrift for forskning i sygdom og samfund 2019 (31)..s 27 - 43.

Dahl Hambro, Cathinka; Nesby, Linda Hamrin; . Text and Context: The Patient as Text - Revisited. Tidsskrift for forskning i sygdom og samfund 2019 (31). .s 5 - 25.

Dahl Hambro, Cathinka; Tessem Strøm, Janine; Skillingstad, Torhild. Akademiske skrivesentres rolle i høyere utdanning – en kartlegging av behovet for opplæring i akademisk skriving blant studenter ved en høyere utdanningsinstitusjon i Norge. UNIPED 2019; Volum 42 (2).

Eriksen, Thor Eirik; Kirkengen, Anna Luise. Patients' ‘thingification’, unexplained symptoms and response-ability in the clinical context: in response to ‘Patients' substantialization of disease, the hybrid symptom and the metaphysical care’, by Alexandra Parvan. (fulltekst) Journal of Evaluation In Clinical Practice 2016; Volum 22 (4). s 622 - 627.

Solhaug, Ida; Eriksen, Thor Eirik; De Vibe, Michael F.; Haavind, Hanne; Friborg, Oddgeir; Sørlie, Tore; Rosenvinge, Jan H. Medical and Psychology Student’s Experiences in Learning Mindfulness: Benefits, Paradoxes, and Pitfalls. Mindfulness 2016; Volum 7 (4).s 838 - 850.s

Eriksen, T.E (2019) The Living Body Beyond Scientific Certainty: Brokenness, Uncanniness, Affectedness. In E. Dahl, C.Falke & T.E. Eriksen Phenomenology of the Broken Body. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Eriksen, T.E.  (2014) Mennesket, helseløshet, givethet. En utforskning av konseptuell gjenfylling og fenomenal saturering i lys av Jean-Luc Marions filosofi. Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift 02/2014.

Eriksen T.E, Risør M. B. (2013) What is called symptom. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy  July, 2013.

Eriksen T.E, Kerry R, Mumford S, Noer Lie S.A. (2013) At the borders of medical reasoning: aetiological and ontological challenges of medically unexplained symptoms. Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine, in press.

Eriksen T.E, Kirkengen A.L, Vetlesen A.J (2012). The medically unexplained revisited. Medicine Healthcare and Philosophy Sep 29.

Falke, Cassandra. Hopes for Reading in the Era of Globalization. Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture. Vol. 21: Special Feature on Teaching Critical Theory. Ed. Helena Gurfinkel and Gautam Basu Thakar. (Forthcoming 2021)

Falke, Cassandra. Reader as Witness: First-Person Perpetrators of Political Violence in Contemporary Literature. Global Challenges: Rethinking the Postcolonial Condition Through Literature, Film and Visual Art. Amelie Björk, Amrita Ghosh, Amanda Minervi. Brill, Leiden. 28 pages. (forthcoming 2020)

Falke, Cassandra. Phenomenology and Biblical Selfhood: And All Our Lives be Praise. The Bible and Literature: The Modern Period. Kevin Hart. London: T&T Clark. 35 pages. (forthcoming 2020)

Falke, Cassandra. Thinking with Birds: John Clare and the Phenomenology of Perception. Romanticism. Special Issue on John Clare. Ed. Mina Gorji, Sara Houghton-Walker and Paul Chirico (Forthcoming 2020)

Falke, Cassandra. The Language of All Nations: Defining the Human Rights Novel. Research and Human Rights. Ed. Jakob Lothe. Oslo: Novus (forthcoming 2020)

Falke, Cassandra. Imaginary Landscapes: Sublime and Saturated Phenomena in “Kubla Khan” and the Arab Dream. Humanities (August 2019)

Falke, Cassandra. Negatively Capable Reading. Keats´ Negative Capability: New Origins and Afterlives. Ed. Brian Rejack and Michael Theune. Liverpool University Press 2019 .s 79 - 92.

Falke, Cassandra. Framing Embodiment in Violent Narratives. Phenomenology of the Broken Body. Routledge 2019 4.s 66 - 84.

Falke, Cassandra. Frankenstein´s Reader as Judge and Confidant” Litteraria Pragensia 8.56 (December 2018).

Falke, Cassandra. Meaning It: Everyday Hermeneutics and the Language of Class in Literary Scholarship. Working-Class Writing: Theory and Practice. Ed. Ben Clarke and Nick Hubble. Palgrave Macmillan.s 61 - 80.

Falke, Cassandra. Leserens kall. Kallsvariasjoner. Postsekulære kall i skandinavisk litteratur. Forlag 2018 ISBN 978-82-8390-005-7.s 227 - 244.

Falke, Cassandra. Byron´s Corsair and the Boundaries of Sympathy. Romantik: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms 2017; Volum 6.

Falke, Cassandra. Love Without Bodies. Breached Horizons: The Philosophy of Jean-Luc Marion. Rowan & Littlefield International 2017.s 135 - 150.

Falke, Cassandra. Reading Terror: Imagining Violent Acts through the Rational or Narrative Sublime. Storytelling and Ethics: Literature, Visual Arts and the Power of Narrative. Ed. Hanna Meretoja and Colin Davis. Routledge 2017.

Greve, Anniken. Oppmerksomhet, fallgruvebevissthet og etikk: Vitenskapsfilosofiske refleksjoner. Nordlit 2018; Volum 40 (4).s 50 - 64.s

Greve, Anniken. Fiction as a Source of Self-Knoweledge: Cognitive Narratology Faces the Demands of Franz Kafka. Knowledge Cultures 2015; Volum 3 (6).s 62 - 86.

Heneise, M. Dreams and dreaming among the Angami Nagas. In Encyclopaedia of Religions Among Indigenous People of South Asia (ed.) M. Carrin. Leiden: Brill.

Heneise, M. 2017. Making dreams, making relations: dreaming in Angami Naga society. In Nagas in the 21st Century (eds.) J.J.P. Wouters & M. Heneise. Kohima, Thimphu, Edinburgh: Highlander Books. p. 199-213.

Heneise, M. 2017. The Naga tiger-man and the modern assemblage of a myth. In Anthropology and Cryptozoology: Exploring Encounters with Mysterious Creatures (ed.) S. Hurn (Multispecies Encounters). London: Routledge. p. 91-106.

Heneise, M. and Moon-Little, E. 2015. Introduction. In Passing Things On: Ancestors and Genealogies in Northeast India (ed.) M. Heneise. Dimapur: Heritage Publication House. 2

Heneise, M. 2018. Contextualising Magic Realism in Contemporary Naga Fiction. In Rethinking Indigeneity: A Special Issue of Littcrit on Indigenous Studies (ed.) D. Dattaray. Littcrit 43(2), Issue 84.

Heneise, M. 2017. Making dreams, making relations: dreaming in Angami Naga society. In The South Asianist (5), 66-82.