Svein Mønnesland

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Svein Karl Mønnesland (born 26 October 1943) is a Norwegian Slavist.

He was born in Skien. Since 1979 he teaches as a professor of Slavic languages at the University of Oslo. He is considered an expert in Serbo-Croatian (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian), and has written numerous books and articles on Serbo-Croatian, Slavic linguistics, literature and cultural history. He has held a variety of positions, including that of the Nordic representative of the International Committee for Eastern Europe Research and on the Board of the Institute for Comparative Cultural Research. He is a member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1]

Works[edit]

Serbia in the 19th century seen by foreigners. 2016. Novi Sad: Prometej.

A town in Europe through 2,400 years: Stari Grad (Pharos) on Hvar. Sypress: 2016.

Lær kroatisk! 2014. Oslo: Sypress.

National Symbols in Multi-National States. 2013. Oslo: Sypress.

Bosansko-turski rječnik. Nuhamed Hevai Uskufi. 2012. Tuzla: Općina Tuzla.

Dalmatia through foreign eyes, 2011. Zagreb: Fidipid.

Jezik u Bosni i Hercegovini. 2005. Sarajevo: Institut za jezik.

Bosnisk-kroatisk-serbisk grammatikk. 2002: Sypress.

1001 days. Bosnia and Herzegovina in pictures and words. 2001. Oslo: Sypress.

Land ohne Wiederkehr. Ex-Jugoslawien: Die Wurzeln des Krieges. Klagenfurt: Wieder Verlag, 1997.

Bosnia-Hercegovina. Oslo: Sypress, 1994.

Kosovo. Oslo: Sypress, 1994.

Før Jugoslavia, og etter. Oslo: Sypress. 1992 (5. utg. 2006).

Norsk-bosnisk/kroatisk/serbisk ordbok. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 2001.

Hajdemo u Jugoslaviju. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1986.


Translations

Jugoslavisk kvartett. Oslo. Samlaget, 1968.

Nattergal og våpengny. Oslo. Samlaget, 1971.

Vasko Popa: Den flammende ulvinnen. Solum, 1978.

Danilo Kiš: Et gravmæle for Boris Davidovits. Aschehoug, 1984.

Franc Šetinc: Adam Gabrijel. Grøndahl & Søn, 1987.

Aleksander Tišma: Bruk av mennesket. Gyldendal, 1988.

Rezak Hukanović: Helvetets tiende port. Sypress: 1993.

Goran Simić: Sarajevos sorg, Sypress, 1994.

Aleksander Tišma: Kapo. Gyldendal: 1995

Nura Bazdulj-Hubiar: Kjærligheten er en sihirbaz. Sypress: 1996.

Aleksander Tišma: Blams bok, Gyldendal, 1999.

Aleksander Tišma: Troskap og utroskap. Gyldendal, 2003.

Munib Delalić: Bare storm og solnedgang tok jeg med fra Hercegovina. Andresen & Butenschøn, 2009.

Goce Smilevski: Sigmund Freuds søster. Gyldendal, 2013.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Members of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Foreign members, retrieved January 19, 2014