Journal articles (peer reviewed):
Hjorthen, F. D. (2019). Humanitarian Intervention and Burden-Sharing Justice. Political Studies. (online first, 1 November 2019). 10.000 words.
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
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
‘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.
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).
2016: 3rd Annual Oslo/Gothenburg workshop in political theory, University of Gothenburg, 16-17 June.