SKC Publications

Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook                                                                       

The Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook (KSYB) is an open submission journal dedicated to publishing articles in the field of Kierkegaard studies. The goal of this series is to advance Kierkegaard studies by encouraging scholarship in the field. The editorial and advisory boards aim to create an international forum for publication, which integrates the many different traditions of Kierkegaard studies and brings them into a constructive and fruitful dialogue. KSYB publishes works in English, French, and German. All submissions are blindly refereed by established scholars in the field.                           

(Search the volumes in The Danish Royal Library Catalogue. E-books are accessible to persons affiliated with University of Copenhagen).

Kierkegaard Studies Monograph Series                                                          

The Kierkegaard Studies Monograph Series (KSMS) is dedicated to publishing monographs in the field of Kierkegaard studies. The series publishes dissertations, Habilitation theses, volumes of proceedings, anthologies, and single-author works by senior scholars. The goal of this series is to advance Kierkegaard studies by encouraging scholarship in the field. KSMS publishes works in English, French, and German. All submissions are blindly refereed by established scholars in the field.          

(Search the titles in The Danish Royal Library Catalogue. E-books are accessible to persons affiliated with University of Copenhagen).

Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources                      

Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources (KRSSR) is a multi-volume publication series dedicated to exploring the work and influence of Kierkegaard in a systematic manner. The series is divided into three separate categories: sources, reception, and resources. Each volume consists of individual articles written by international Kierkegaard scholars working the area treated by the article. The articles have been strategically planned to fit together thematically. The volumes in turn have been organized to complement one another such that all main areas of Kierkegaard studies are represented and covered in an appropriate way without any significant overlap. The volumes are interdisciplinary in nature, combining articles on, for example, philosophy, theology, literature, drama, and aesthetics.                         

(Search the titles in The Danish Royal Library Catalogue).

Kierkegaardiana                                                                                               

The SKC has partnered with the Danish Søren Kierkegaard Society to transform Kierkegaardiana into a Scandinavian language journal. The new Kierkegaardiana is being released as an online, open-access journal. The journal is published on Tidsskrift.dk, the Royal Library’s national portal for publishing professional, scientific, and cultural magazines in digital full text. Kierkegaardiana publishes scholarly articles on Kierkegaard’s work and thought in Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish. All contributions go through a "double-blind peer review" process, where each manuscript is evaluated for publication by two independent professionals. In connection with the new journal, editors have digitized the 24 volumes of the original Kierkegaardiana (1955 to 2007). The creation of the digital archive is made possible by a grant from the Kierkegaard House Foundation (St. Olaf College, USA).  

The digital archive is now available online, and the first number of the new Kierkegaardiana will be published in March 2017.

Anthologies: Kierkegaard and Existential Thinking                                           

A series of three anthologies related to the SKC Annual Conferences in 2015, 2016, and 2017 has been scheduled for production.

Publications edited in cooperation with SKC

Texts from Golden Age Denmark                                                                    

This translation series is dedicated to exploring the work of some of the best-known representatives of the rich period in Danish cultural life that began at the start of the nineteenth century and continued for some fifty or sixty years, and that has been dubbed "the Golden Age". The main goal of this interdisciplinary series is to make available in English for the first time some of the most important texts from the leading writers and intellectual figures of this period. The featured texts come from many different authors, representing various 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.                                                                                   

(Search the titles in The Danish Royal Library Catalogue).

Danish Golden Age Studies                                                                              

This series is dedicated to advancing international research on different works, figures, and discussions from the Danish Golden Age. The series features many different kinds of monographs, such as Ph.D. dissertations, Habilitation theses, and conference proceedings. The series is interdisciplinary and thus features research monographs in areas such as philosophy, theology, literature, history, aesthetics, art history, and drama.                                                                                                             

(Search the titles in The Danish Royal Library Catalogue).