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BIBLIOGRAPHY

OF

MORTEN TNNESSEN (1976-)


1. BOOKS 2. ACADEMIC THESES 3. SELF-PUBLISHED 4. EDITING OF ACADEMIC JOURNALS 5. EDITING OF NGO PUBLICATIONS 6. NGO REPORTS 7. TEXTS WRITTEN FOR NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES 8. BLOGS 9. ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS 10. ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS REFERRING TO MY WORK 11. FURTHER ONLINE SOURCES

1. BOOKS
As author: : Tnnessen, Morten 2008. Tidsvitne: Jens L. Seips livshistorie fortalt til Morten Tnnessen [Time Witness: The life story of Jens L. Seip told to Morten Tnnessen]. Produced and distributed by Kolofon forlag, Oslo. 252 pp. : MV Bill & Celso Athayde 2010. Kongen p haugen: P innsiden av Brasils narkogjenger [The king on the hill: Inside Brazils drug gangs]. Translated from Portuguese (Falco: Meninos do trfico, Rio de Janeiro 2006: Objetiva) to Norwegian by Helena da Silva-Tnnessen and Morten Tnnessen. Oslo: Livro Forlag. 158 pp.

As translator:

2. ACADEMIC THESES
Master thesis (hovedoppgave): Umwelt-forskning og ontologi: Skisse av en bio-ontologi basert p Jakob von Uexklls Umwelt-lre [Umwelt Research and Ontology: Sketch of a Bio-Ontology Based on the Umwelt Theory of Jakob von Uexkll]. Oslo 2002: University of Oslo. 98 pp. Doctoral thesis: Umwelt Transition and Uexkllian Phenomenology. An Ecosemiotic Analysis of Norwegian Wolf Management (= Dissertationes Semioticae Universitatis Tartuensis 16). Tartu: Tartu University Press. 232 pp. Introduction available online (http://dspace.utlib.ee/dspace/bitstream/handle/10062/19250/tonnessen_morten.pdf?sequence=1, uploaded December 16 2011). Full thesis includes Tnnessen 2009b (Paper I), 2010d (Paper II), 2011d (Paper III), 2011c (Paper IV), 2010i (Paper V), 2010e (Paper VI) and 2011b (Paper VII). ISBN 978 9949199037 (print version); 9789949199044 (PDF); ISSN 14066033.

3. SELF-PUBLISHED
Astronomileksikon [Encyclopedia of astronomy]. Kristiansand 1993. 56 pp.

4. EDITING OF ACADEMIC JOURNALS


Guest editor, along with Kati Lindstrm, of a special issue of Biosemiotics (Springer), vol. 3, no. 3 (December 2010), entitled Semiotics of Perception. 136 pp. Contributors: David Abram, Kalevi Kull, Kati Lindstrm, Kati Lindstrm and Morten Tnnessen, Timo Maran, Renata Sukand and Raivo Kalle, Morten Tnnessen, Wendy Wheeler, Ane Faugstad Aar.

Guest editor, along with Nelly Mekivi and Riin Magnus, of a special issue of Hortus Semioticus (no. 6 August 2010), entitled Semiotics of Nature. Tartu 2010. 106 pp. Contributors: Svitlana Biedarieva; Sara Cannizzaro; Remo Gramigma; John Haglund and Johan Blomberg; Kaie Kotov; Riin Magnus and Morten Tnnessen; Patrick Masius; Nelly Mekivi, Riin Magnus and Morten Tnnessen; Silver Rattasepp; Arlene Tucker. Available online (http://www.ut.ee/hortussemioticus/). Member of the Editorial Board of Biosemiotics, 2010-. Peer-reviews conducted for Sign Systems Studies (Tartu University Press) and Biosemiotics 2009, 2010, 2011; for Semiotica 2011, for New formations 2012.

5. EDITING OF NGO PUBLICATIONS


Editor of NGO publications etc., c. 1992-2002 (in selection): : Grnn Kontakt (Miljpartiet De Grnne) : KNUS (Kristiansand Natur og Ungdom) : Vegetarnytt (Norsk Vegetarforening) : Vren-p-Blindern Filosofistudentenes blad Member of the Editorial Board of Natur og Samfunn (Natur og Ungdom), c1995-97.

6. NGO REPORTS
: Svart bok 1997: En gjennomgang av miljskadelige bevilgninger over statsbudsjettet [Black book 1997: A review of environmentally harmful dispositions in the federal budget]. Oslo 1996: Natur og Ungdom. : Svart bok 1998: Finansiering av miljproblemer over Statsbudsjettet [Black book 1998: Funding of environmental problems in the federal budget]. Oslo 1997: Naturvernforbundet. 16 pp. ISBN 82-7478220-8; ISSN 0807-0946.

7. TEXTS WRITTEN FOR NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES


Freelance journalism for: : City Paper (Baltic magazine) : Journalisten (Norwegian magazine) : Klassekampen (Norwegian daily) : Ny Tid (Norwegian weekly) : Ren Mat (Norwegian NGO magazine) : Ukebrevet Mandag Morgen (Norwegian weekly) : ZOBB Magasin (Norwegian magazine) Writing for/in: : Adresseavisa (Norwegian regional daily) : Aftenposten (Norwegian national daily) : Antirasisten (Norwegian NGO magazine) : Bonde og Smbruker (Norwegian NGO magazine) : Dagbladet (Norwegian national daily) : Dagens Nringsliv (Norwegian national daily) : Dag og Tid (Norwegian national weekly) : Estlands-Nytt (Norwegian NGO magazine) : Filologen (Norwegian NGO/student magazine) : Friliberaleren (Norwegian NGO magazine) : Fdrelandsvennen (Norwegian regional daily) : Grnn Kontakt (Norwegian NGO magazine)

: Kulturverk (Norwegian online magazine, http://kulturverk.com) : Morgenbladet (Norwegian national weekly) : Nationen (Norwegian national daily) : Natur og Samfunn (Norwegian NGO magazine) : NfNU (Norwegian NGO magazine) : Ny Tid (Norwegian national weekly) : Putsj (Norwegian NGO magazine) : Roheline Vrv [Green Gate] (Estonian NGO magazine) : Sirp Estonia (Estonian national weekly) : Vegetarnytt (Norwegian NGO magazine) : Vrt Land (Norwegian national daily) : Petitist for the Norwegian daily Klassekampen 2003-2006

8. BLOGS
: UTOPISK REALISME : UTOPIAN REALISM Political blog (in Norwegian) Academic blog (in English) http://utopiskrealisme.blogspot.com http://utopianrealism.blogspot.com

~ Utopian Realism 2009 (102 posts, 99 pp)* ~ Utopian Realism 2010 (217 posts, 144 pp)* ~ Utopisk Realism 2009 (132 posts, 187 pp)* ~ Utopisk Realism 2010 (117 posts, 107 pp)*
* Available through www.Scribd.com

9. ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS
2001. Outline of an Uexkullian Bio-Ontology. Sign Systems Studies 29 (2): 683-91. With Russian (" ") and Estonian ("Uexklli bio-ontoloogia piirjoni") abstract. 2003. Umwelt Ethics. Sign Systems Studies 31 (1): 281-299. With Russian (" ") and Estonian ("Omailmma eetika") abstract. 2005. Fundamentals of Modern Ethics. Pgs. 98-99 in Riste Keskpaik, Silver Rattasepp & Kaie Kotov (eds.): Vrtused ja konfliktid Keskkonnaeetikas/Values and Conflicts in Environmental Ethics. Eesti Looduseuurijate Selts, Tartu. 2008. The Statisticians Guide to Utopia: The Future of Growth. TRAMES 12(62/57), 2: 115126. Featured as additional content in Encyclopaedia Britannica (www.britannica.com). 2009a. The Nature View Held by Environmentalists: Attitudes in the Norwegian Environmental Establishment. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, volume 6 (doi:10.1088/17551307/6/7/572037). 2 pp. Also included in a digital (CD) Abstract Book from the congress, which was distributed to about 2.000 participants. 2009b. Umwelt Transitions: Uexkll and Environmental Change. Biosemiotics 2 (1): 47-64. 2009c. An Ageing Giant. Arne Nss in memoriam, The Newsletter of International Society for Environmental Ethics, 20(2) (Spring 2009): 13. 2009d. Where I End and You Begin: The Threshold of the Self and the Intrinsic Value of the Phenomenal World. Pp 1798-1803 in Eero Tarasti (ed.) [associated editors: Paul Forsell and Richard Littlefield]: Communication: Understanding/Misunderstanding; proceedings of the 9th congress of the IASS/AIS Helsinki/Imatra, 11/17 June, 2007 (= Acta Semiotica Fennica XXXIV); volume III. Imatra: The International Semiotics Institute.

2009e. The Semioethics Interviews I: John Deel y: 'Tell Me, Where Is Morality Bred?'. Hortus Semioticus, number 4 (August 2009): 57-80 (http://www.ut.ee/hortussemioticus/4_2009/deely.html). 2009f. Signs Grow But Should They? Semioethics and the Dominant Semiosis of Homo sapiens sapiens (= Meditationes Semioticae I). Hortus Semioticus, number 4 (August 2009): 81-84 (http://www.ut.ee/hortussemioticus/4_2009/tonnessen.html). 2009g. Abstraction, Cruelty and Other Aspects of Animal Play (Exemplified By the Playfulness of Muki and Maluca). Sign Systems Studies 37(3/4) (special issue on zoosemiotics guest-edited by Dario Martinelli and Otto Lehto): 558-579. With Russian (", ") and Estonian ("Abstraktsioon, julmus ja teised loomamngu aspektid Muki ja Maluca mngude nitel") abstract. 2010a. Guest aditor, along with Kati Lindstrm, of a special issue of Biosemiotics (Springer), vol. 3, no. 3 (December 2010); entitled Semiotics of Perception. 136 pp. 2010b. Guest editor, along with Nelly Mekivi and Riin Magnus, of a special issue of Hortus Semioticus (no. 6), entitled Semiotics of Nature. 106 pp. 2010c. Being in the World of the Living Semiotic Perspectives: Introduction to the special issue Semiotics of Perception. Co-written with Kati Lindstrm. Biosemiotics 3.3: 257-261 (online version, published April 20, 2010: DOI: 10.1007/s12304-010-9073-1). 2010d. Steps to a Semiotics of Being. Biosemiotics 3.3: 375-392 (online version, published April 30, 2010: DOI: 10.1007/s12304-010-9074-0). 2010e. Wolf Land. Biosemiotics 3.3: 289-297 (online version, published April 23, 2010: DOI: 10.1007/s12304-010-9077-x). 2010f. A Stroll Around the Worlds of Zoosemioticians and Other Animals. Book review. Semiotica issue 181 (August 2010): 317-325 (online version, published August 24, 2010: DOI: 10.1515/semi.2010.047). 2010g. Editors Foreword to the Special Issue Semiotics of Nature. Co-written with Riin Magnus and Nelly Mekivi. Hortus Semioticus 6: 1-6 (includes Estonian version, "Toimetajate Eessna"). T 2010h. The Bio-Translator Interview with Professor in Biosemiotics Kalevi Kull. Co-written with Riin Magnus. Hortus Semioticus 6: 77-103. Includes full bibliography of Kalevi Kulls biosemiotic publications. 2010i. The Global Species. New formations: a journal of culture/theory/politics 69 (Special Issue guest-edited by Ashley Dawson, Imperial Ecologies): 98-110. Featured as additional content in Encyclopaedia Britannica (www.britannica.com). 2010j. Is a Wolf wild as Long as it Does Not Know that It Is Being Thoroughly Handled? Humanimalia a journal of human/animal interface studies 2(1) (Fall 2010): 1-8 (http://www.depauw.edu/site/humanimalia/issue03/tonnesen.html). 2010k. The Legality and Ethical Legitimacy of Wol f Hunting in Scandinavia. Pp. 65-72 in the Research seminar report 52 of the Scandinavian Council for Criminology. 2010l. Da Lotman og semiotikken kom til Norge [When Lotman and semiotics came to Norway]. Cowritten with Dinda L. Gorle. Pp 258-259 in Turid Farbregd and yvind Rangy (eds.): Estland og Norge i fortid og ntid Norsk-estisk forening 25 r [Estonia and Norway past and present NorwegianEstonian Society 25 years]. Oslo: Norsk-estisk forening. 2011a. The Semioethics Interviews III: John Deely: Human Understanding in the Age of Global Awareness. Pp. 171-189 in Steven C. Hamel (ed.): Semiotics: Theory and Applications (New York: Nova Science Publishers). 2011b. I, Wolf: The Ecology of Existence. Pp. 315-333 (cf. also bionote p. 338) in Johannes Servan and Ane Faugstad Aar (eds.): Environment, Embodiment and Gender, Bergen: Hermes Text. 2011c. Mapping Human Impact Expanding Horizons: Interdisciplinary Integration. Pp. 93-106 in Tiina Peil (ed.): The Space of Culture - the Place of Nature in Estonia and Beyond (= Approaches to Cultural Theory vol. 1). Tartu: Tartu University Press.

2011d. Semiotics of Being and Uexkllian Phenomenology. Pp. 327-340 in Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka (ed.): Phenomenology/Ontopoiesis Retrieving Geo-Cosmic Horizons of Antiquity (= Analecta Husserliana CX/110). 2011e. Umwelt Transition and Uexkllian Phenomenology An Ecosemiotic Analysis of Norwegian Wol f Management (= Dissertationes Semioticae Universitatis Tartuensis 16). Doctoral dissertation. Tartu: Tartu University Press. 232 pp. Introduction available online (http://dspace.utlib.ee/dspace/bitstream/handle/10062/19250/tonnessen_morten.pdf?sequence=1, uploaded December 16 2011). Full thesis includes Tnnessen 2009b (Paper I), 2010d (Paper II), 2011d (Paper III), 2011c (Paper IV), 2010i (Paper V), 2010e (Paper VI) and 2011b (Paper VII). ISBN 978 9949199037 (print version); 9789949199044 (PDF); ISSN 14066033. 2011f. Fra by og land, mann mot mann til visjon 2040 [From city against countryside, man against man to visi on 2040]. Kulturverk (online magazine http://kulturverk.com), published in three parts Nov. 131, Nov. 172 and Nov. 243. 2012a. Semiogenesis. Forthcoming (details TBA). 2012b. The Cultural Semiotic of Wolves and Sheep. Forthcoming, Signs. 2012c. Formell og uformell rovviltforvaltning [or: ulveforvaltning] i Norge [or: Skandinavia] [Formal and informal predator management [or wol f management] in Norwa y [or: Scandinavia]]. Forthcoming, Materialisten. 2012d. The Semiotics of Animal Representations. Co-edited with Kadri Tr. Forthcoming. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi. 2012e. Introduction [in 2012d]. Co-written with Kadri Tr. Forthcoming. 2013a. Umwelt Trajectories. Forthcoming, Semiotica. 2013b. Hvem er villest i landet her? Menneskets forbruk og kontroll av dyr [Who is wildest in this country here? Humans consumption and control of animals]. Co-edited with Ragnhild Sollund and Guri Larsen. Forthcoming, Spartacus Forlag. 2013c. Introduksjon [in 2013b]. Co-written with Ragnhild Sollund and Guri Larsen. Forthcoming. 2013d. Menneskeveldet [in 2013b]. Forthcoming. 2013e. Et ulveliv [in 2013b]. Forthcoming.

10. ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS REFERRING TO MY WORK


Abram, David 2010: Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology [p. 312, Acknowledgments]. New York: Pantheon Books. Altmann, Andrea J., Maya Givon and Heather A. Shand 2010. Nature Inspired Guidelines to Effectively Communicate Sustainability Messages [p. iii, Acknowledgments]. Master thesis. Karlskrona, Sweden: School of Engineering, Blekinge Institute of Technology. Barbieri, Marcello 2010. On the Origin of Language: A Bridge Between Biolinguistics and Biosemiotics [p. 221, Acknowledgments]. Biosemiotics 3.2: 201-223. Beever, Jonathan 2011. Meaning Matters: The Biosemiotic Basis of Bioethics [p8-11, Tnnessen 2003: 282, 283, 290, 292]. Biosemiotics, published online october 15th 2011 (doi DOI 10.1007/s12304-0119133-1). Burch, Sebastian 2007. About the nature of signs and signifying nature: An introduction to Semiotics in the fields of Holistic science [Tnnessen 2003]. Master degree essay (MSc in Holistic Science), Schumacher college. Champagne, Marc 2011. Axiomatizing umwelt normativity [25-26, 57 Tnnessen 2003: 287]. Sign Systems Studies 39.1: 9-59.

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Chien, Juipi 2005. [Umweltforschung as a Method of Inquiry: Jakob von Uexkll''s ''Semiotics'' and Its Fortune Home and Away, 1920-2004] [Tnnessen 2001]. PhD dissertation. Taipei: National Taiwan University. Cowley, Stephen J. and Dongping Zheng 2011. The turning of the tide: Rethinking language, mind and world [p. 10, ontological niche; cited as Tnneson]. Review of Per Linell: Rethinking language, mind, and world dialogically: Interactional and contextual theories of human sense-making. Journal of Multicultural Discourses 2011. First published online 18 March 2011 (DOI: 10.1080/17447143.2011.554642), 14pp. Dawson, Ashley 2010. Introduction: New Enclosures [p. 20, Tnnessen 2010i]. new formations: a journal of culture/theory/politics 69 (Special Issue guest-edited by Ashley Dawson, Imperial Ecologies): 98-110. Deely, John 2010. Semiotic animal: A postmodern definition of "human being" transcending patriarchy and feminism [pp 107-109, 147; Tnnessen 2003]. South Bend: St. Augustine's Press. Delitz, Heike 2008. Uexkll, Jacob Johann Baron von (1864-1944) [Lit., Tnnessen 2001]. Columns 1455-1483 in volume XXIX of Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL): Nachschlagewerk mit aktuellen Nachtrgen. Nordhausen: Traugott Bautz. Esbjrn-Hargens, Sean and Michael E. Zimmerman 2009. Integral ecology: Uniting multiple perspectives on the natural world [pp 567, 758, Tnnessen 2003]. Boston: Integral Books. Favareau, Donald 2010. Introduction: An Evolutionary History of Biosemiotics [p. 55, Tnnessen 2003]. Pp. 1-77 in Favareau (ed.): Essential Readings in Biosemiotics: Anthology and Commentary. Berlin: Springer. Kull, Kalevi 2002. Copenhagen, Tartu, world: Gatherings in biosemiotics 2002. Sign Systems Studies 30.2: 773-775. Lindstrm, Kati 2011. Delineating Landscape Semiotics: Towards the Semiotic Study of Landscape Processes (= Dissertationes Semioticae Universitatis Tartuensis 15) [p. 171 [CV/bibliography], Tnnessen 2010a and 2010c]. Doctoral dissertation. Tartu: Tartu University Press. Magnus, Riin, Timo Maran and Kalevi Kull 2004. Jakob von Uexkll Centre, since 1993 [p. 376]. Sign Systems Studies 32(1/2): 375-378. Maran, Timo 2006. Where do your borders lie? Reflections on the semiotical ethics of nature. Pp. 455476 in Catrin Gersdorf and Sylvia Mayer (eds.): Nature in Literary and Cultural Studies: Transatlantic Conversations on Ecocriticism [p. 467, Tnnessen 2003]. Amsterdam/New York 2006: Rodopi. Martinelli, Dario 2009. Introduction [p. 362]. Sign Systems Studies 37(3/4) (special issue on zoosemiotics guest-edited by Dario Martinelli and Otto Lehto): 353-368. Nigu, Leenu 2008. Keha ja thendus ndistantsus: Fine5 Tantsuteatri lavastus Panus [The body and meaning in post-modern dance: Bet by Fine5 Dance Theatre] [p. 23]. Master thesis. University of Tartu. Nth, Winfried 2010. The semiotics of teaching and the teaching of semiotics [p. 11, unpublished review quoted as K. Kull, M. Tnnessen et al.]. Pp. 1-20 in Inna Semetsky (ed.): Semiotics Education Experience. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Peil, Tiina 2011. Introduction [p. 15 Tnnessen 2011c]. Pp. 11-17 in Tiina Peil (ed.): The Space of Culture - the Place of Nature in Estonia and Beyond (= Approaches to Cultural Theory vol. 1). Tartu: Tartu University Press. Stjernfelt, Frederik 2002. Tractatus Hoffmeyerensis: Biosemiotics as expressed in 22 basic hypotheses [p. 342, Tnnessen 2001]. Sign Systems Studies 30.1: 337-345. Stuart, Susan 2010. Enkinaesthesia, Biosemiotics, and the Ethiosphere [p. 325, 329 conference talk 2009 referenced as On Contrapuntuality, Semiotic niche vs. ontological niche, The Case of the Scandinavian Wolf Population]. P. 305-330 in Stephen Cowley, Joo C. Major, Sune V. Steffensen and Alfredo Dinis (eds.): Signifying Bodies: Biosemiosis, Interaction and Health. Portuguese Catholic University, Braga, Portugal. Sukand, Renata 2010. Herbal landscape (= Dissertationes Semioticae Universitatis Tartuensis 14) [p. 40 in Introduction, Acknowledgments]. PhD dissertation. Tartu: Tartu University Press.

Sukand, Renata and Raivo Kalle 2010. Plant as Object within Herbal Landscape: Different Kinds of Perception [p. 312, Acknowledgments]. Biosemiotics 3.3: 299-313. Reprinted (= publication III) in Sukand 2010. Tnnessen, Elise Seip (ed.) 2010. Sammensatte tekster: Barns tekstpraksis [foreword; proof-reading]. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. Ulvestad, Elling 2002. Biosemiotic knowledgea prerequisite for valid explorations of extraterrestrial intelligent life [p. 287, Tnnessen 2001]. Sign Systems Studies 30.1: 282-292 Aar, Ane Faugstad and Johannes Servan 2011. Introduction [p. 14 Tnnessen 2011b]. P. 7-14 in Aar, Ane Faugstad and Johannes Servan (eds) 2011: Environment, Embodiment and Gender, Bergen: Hermes Text.

11. FURTHER ONLINE SOURCES


Academic activity Academia.edu: http://ut-ee.academia.edu/MortenT%C3%B8nnessen University of Stavanger: http://www.uis.no/om_uis/kontakt_oss/_tilsettkatalog/tilsettkatalog/?ans_nr=2908098 Estonian Research Portal: https://www.etis.ee/portaal/isikuCV.aspx?PersonVID=55544&lang=en Spr Filosofen (Ask The Philosopher): www.sporfilosofen.no Scribd: http://www.scribd.com/Morten%20T/documents Updated February 12th 2012

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