senior lecturer at Department of Philosophy, Aesthetics; Academic Staff
Associate Professor (docent) at the Department of Philosophy, Section of Aesthetics
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Entzenberg has taught about every major area of aesthetics; metaphor, interpretation, literary theory, the history of aesthetics; continental and analytical, eastern art and philosophy. He has also written extensively on the death of art, authors as Borges, Beckett, Perec, and contemporary art. His current research projects include works on fiction and his own works within the fields of art and literature.
Modern litteraturteori I-II. Edited by C. Entzenberg och C. Hansson (Lund 1991, revised 1993 and 1996). Since 2008, they are also available as audiobooks.
Metaphor as a Mode of Interpretation: An Essay on Interactional and Contextual Sense-Making Processes, Metaphorology, and Verbal Arts (Uppsala, 1998).
Perspectives on Aesthetics, Art and Culture: Essays in Honour of Lars-Olof Åhlberg. Edited by C. Entzenberg and S. Säätelä (Stockholm, 2005).
Grounds of Representation: An Essay on a Dilemma in the Fiction of Jorge Luis Borges and Samuel Beckett (Linköping, 2007).
Art from Death Orginated (Stockholm 2013).
Enfranchising Interpretation of Art. The Question of Understanding Otherwise (New York, 2016)
Visiting Fellow at Department of Philosophy, Columbia University, New York, 1995, sponsored by Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and Smålands nation.
Visiting Fellow at the Department of Philosophy, Cardiff, University of Wales, 1996. Sponsored by Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and Smålands nation.
Research Assistant in the Nordic project “Interpretation, Literature, and Cognition”, 1996-1998, financed by NOS-H.
Research Assistant (2002--2006), at the Section of Aesthetics, financed by The Research Council.
PhD in Aesthetics (1998-10-17), at Uppsala University.
Lecturer in Aesthetics at Uppsala University, since 1999.
Assistant Professor of Aesthetics, at Uppsala University, 2007.
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