Research and publications

Journal articles (peer reviewed):

Hjorthen, F. D. (2019). Humanitarian Intervention and Burden-Sharing Justice. Political Studies. (online first, 1 November 2019). 10.000 words.
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0032321719882607

Ekengren, A-M., Hjorthen, F. D. & Möller, U. (2019). A Non-Permanent Seat in the United Nations Security Council: Why Bother? Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, (forthcoming).

Duus-Otterström, G. & Hjorthen, F. D. (2018). Consumption-Based Emissions Accounting: the Normative Debate. Environmental Politics, online first. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09644016.2018.1507467

Hjorthen, F. D. (2017). Who Should Intervene? Res Publica, 23(4), 391-407. http://rdcu.be/xBRn (Winner of the 2017 Res Publica Postgraduate Essay Prize)

Hjorthen, F. D. (2017). Who Should Pay for Humanitarian Intervention? European Journal of Political Theory, online first: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1474885117697468

Hjorthen, F. D., & Duus-Otterström, G. (2016). Humanitarian Intervention and Historical Responsibility. Journal of Global Ethics, 12(2), 187-203. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17449626.2016.1194308

 

Theses:

Hjorthen, F. D. (2017) Who Should Intervene? Distributing the duties of humanitarian intervention. University of Gothenburg: Department of political science.                        Göteborg Studies in Politics 150. ISBN: 978-91-629-0179-0. https://gupea.ub.gu.se/handle/2077/52107

Hjorthen, F. D. (2011) Rescue Beyond Ideals: Guiding action in political theory.      University of Oslo: Department of Political Science. MA-thesis. 82 pages.       http://urn.nb.no/URN:NBN:no-30279

 

Presented papers:

‘Brute Luck, Injustice and Disgorgement of Resources’, Manchester Centre for Political Theory (MANCEPT), University of Manchester, 7 November 2018; Nordic Network in Political Theory, Roskilde, 27 October 2018; ECPR General Conference, Oslo, 8 September 2017; Oslo/Gothenburg Workshop in Political Theory, Gothenburg, 16 June 2017.

‘Humanitarian Intervention and Contextual Permissibility’, Oslo/Gothenburg Workshop in Political Theory, Oslo, 12 June 2018; Department of Political Science, University of Oslo, 8 May 2018.

‘Three Stages in the Debate on Humanitarian Intervention’, Nordic Network in Political Theory, Stockholm, 27 October 2017.

‘Humanitarian Intervention and Burden-Sharing Justice’, Research seminar in practical philosophy and political theory, Gothenburg, 7 March 2017; Norwegian Political Science Conference, Stavanger, 7 January 2017.

‘Who Should Intervene?’, Nordic Network in Political Theory, Oslo, 3 November 2016; Oslo/Gothenburg Workshop in Political Theory, Gothenburg, 16 June 2016.

‘Who Should Pay for Humanitarian Intervention’, Norwegian Political Science Conference, Kristiansand, 6 January 2016; Nordic Network in Political Theory, Copenhagen, 6 November 2015.

‘Fair Burdens and Effective Action: Institutionalising Humanitarian Intervention’, MPSA Annual     Conference, Chicago, 18 April 2015; Graduate political theory seminar, DPIR, University of Oxford, 29 January 2015; Norwegian Political Science Conference, Oslo, 5 January 2015.

‘Institutionalising Humanitarian Intervention’, Nordic Network in Political Theory, Uppsala, 7 November 2014.

‘Humanitarian Intervention and Historical Responsibility’, APSA Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 30 August 2014.

‘Ideal and Non-Ideal Theory: Methodological Concerns Under the Primacy of Aims’, Nordic Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Gothenburg, 14 August 2014; Ideals and Reality in Social Ethics conference, University of Wales, Newport, 10 April 2014.

‘Who Should Intervene: A Case for Historical Responsibility?’ Nordic Network in Political Theory, Oslo, 31 October 2013; Swedish Political Science Association Annual Convention, Stockholm, 3 October 2013.

‘Ideal and Non-ideal Theory’. Facts & Norms conference, University of Copenhagen, 23 August 2013.

‘Conceptualising Ideal and Non-ideal Theory’. Ideals and Reality in Social Ethics conference, University of Wales, Newport, 20 March 2013.

 

Awards:

2017 Res Publica Postgraduate Essay Prize for the article ‘Who Should Intervene?’

 

Funding and Grants (selected):

2019: ‘International mobility grant’ (postdoc) from the Norwegian Research Council, 2019-2022. Grant number 288654 (3,3m NOK / 335.000 EUR).

2018: Grant to spend two months as a Visiting Researcher at the University of Manchester, working with Prof. James Pattison (11 September – 11 November 2018). Karl Staaffs Fond för frisinnade ändamål (45.000 SEK / 4.500 EUR).

2014: Grants to spend five months as a visiting PhD student at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford. Wilhelm och Martina Lundgrens Vetenskapsfond (25.000 SEK / 2.500 EUR); Helge Ax:son Johnsons stiftelse (50.000 SEK / 5.000 EUR).

 

Organized conferences:

2016: 3rd Annual Oslo/Gothenburg workshop in political theory, University of Gothenburg, 16-17 June.