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Stefan Tørnquist Fisher-Høyrem

Senior Academic Librarian; Subject Librarian for Religion, Philosphy, and History / Visual Arts and Drama

 
Office:
D2033 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )

I am a historian (MA, PhD) with a background in English Studies, Journalism, and University Pedagogy. Subject Librarian for Religion, Philosophy, and History. Also subject librarian for Visual Arts and Drama.

Courses and teaching

I teach courses in literature search, referencing, academic writing, and study skills.

Academic interests

My research interests are located at the intersection of modern social and technological history, historiography and theory of history, and secularity studies and political theology. 


I have taught modules in the theory of history, religious studies, culture and communication, worldview pluralism, and philosophy of science. I have lectured on rhetoric, nineteenth-century British history, and theories of secularisation, and philosophy of science.

Selected publications

Monographs

  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan. Rethinking Secularity in Victorian England, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2022

Edited volumes

Peer reviewed chapter/articles

  • Herbert, David and Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan. "1 Introduction: How Do Social Media Change Social Order? The Deep Datafication of Society from Global to Local Scales (and Back Again)" In Social Media and Social Order edited by David Herbert and Stefan Fisher-Høyrem, 1-9. Warsaw, Poland: De Gruyter Open Poland, 2022. https://doi.org/10.2478/9788366675612-002
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan and Herbert, David. "4 Clusters of Prestige: Social Media and Social Order in the Norwegian Bible Belt" In Social Media and Social Order edited by David Herbert and Stefan Fisher-Høyrem, 33-51. Warsaw, Poland: De Gruyter Open Poland, 2022. https://doi.org/10.2478/9788366675612-005
  • Fisher-Høyrem, S.; Herbert, D. '“When You Live Here, That’s What You Get”: Other-, Ex-, and Non-Religious Outsiders in the Norwegian Bible Belt'. Religions 2019, 10, 611.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, S. (2017) ‘”If It Teaches, It Teaches Imperceptibly”: Recasting the Secularity of the Victorian Public Sphere’, Journal of Religious History, 41 (4), s 457 - 475
  • Fisher-Høyrem, S. (2017) ‘“Alle har et livssyn”: Et kritisk blikk på livssynsbegrepets historie og anvendelse’, in Hva er nå et menneske?, Balsnes, A. et al (red.). s 229-255.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, S.  (2016) ‘Sekulariteter og postsekulariteter: Notater til en femdelt typologi’, DIN – tidsskrift for religion og kultur  (2), s 48-78.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, S. (2013), ‘Charles Taylor and Political Religion: Overlapping Concerns and Points of Tension’. Religion Compass, 7: 326–337.

Research reports:

  • Fisher-Høyrem, S. (2014) ‘Hvorfor akkurat Jesus? En rapport fra et trosopplæringsprosjekt’, Theophilos, vol. 6, nr. 3.

Book reviews:

  • Fisher-Høyrem, S. (2018) Timothy J. LeCain, ‘The Matter of History: How Things Create the Past’ Cambridge University Press, 2017, in Historisk tidsskrift, 1/2018.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, S. (2018) Michael Rectenwald, ‘Nineteenth-Century British Secularism’, Palgrave MacMillan, 2016, in Alternative Spirituality and Religion 10:1, pp. 130-131

Scientific publications

  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan; Herbert, David Eric John (2019). “When You Live Here, That’s What You Get”: Other-, Ex-, and Non-Religious Outsiders in the Norwegian Bible Belt. Religions. ISSN: 2077-1444. 10 (11). s 1 - 16. doi:10.3390/rel10110611.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan (2017). "Alle har et livssyn": Et kritisk blikk på livssynsbegrepets historie og anvendelse. Hva er nå et menneske? : tverrfaglige bidrag. ISBN: 9788202566258. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. Kapittel 11. s 229 - 253.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan (2017). "If it teaches, it teaches imperceptibly:" Recasting the secularity of the Victorian public sphere. Journal of Religious History. ISSN: 0022-4227. 41 (4). s 457 - 475. doi:10.1111/1467-9809.12452.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan (2016). Sekulariteter og postsekulariteter: Notater til en femdelt typologi. DIN - Tidsskrift for religion og kultur. ISSN: 1501-9934. (2). s 48 - 78.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan (2013). Charles Taylor and Political Religion: Overlapping Concerns and Points of Tension. Religion Compass. ISSN: 1749-8171. 7 (8). s 326 - 337. doi:10.1111/rec3.12055.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan (2022). Rethinking Secular Time in Victorian England. ISBN: 9783031092879. Palgrave Macmillan. s 232.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan; Herbert, David Eric John (2022). Social Media and Social Order. ISBN: 9788366675605. De Gruyter Open.
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan (2018). "Sosiale medier: Hierarkier, prestisje, konformitet".
  • Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan (2018). "Du er til salgs: hvorfor sosiale medier fungerer som de gjør".

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