- Green Transition in Energy and Transport: Towards Ecomodernity
- Civil Society in the Age of Monitory Democracy 
- The Origins of the Regime of Goodness: Remapping the Norwegian Cultural History
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- Ecomodernity as a Cultural Programme: Combining Green Transition with an Educational Paradigm Shif
- “David Sloan Wilsons humanistiske biologi” in Finnes det altruisme?
- Intellektuelle som et ‘moralsk felleskap’: en glemt historie om Komiteen for Arbeideres forsvar (KOR)
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-  Novella, The Opera for 135 KR in Site Seeing
- Irish Comic Writing
- Wild Women
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- Når verden blir trolsk blir man katolsk
- En post-karbon sivilisasjon
- Hvordan unngår vi flyktninge-Armageddon?
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- Communicating Ecomodernity, 28 September Oslo
- The Idea of Global Citizenship in the Age of Ecomodernity, 26 September Oslo
-  Homo Scandinavicus: Satans dydige jomfru? 22 September Oslo
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- Commentar on Polish elections, NRK URIKS, 7 January, 2016
- “The Lazy Dawn of Ecomodernity”, Oxford Media
- Arne Næss Symposium in Global Justice and the Environment, 2015, NRK 14 November 2015
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- Director of the Arne Næss Chair in Global Justice and the Environment Oslo University
- Research Leader of the international project “Nordic Model 2.0.” the UiO:Norden program
- Research Leader of the international project “Creative Response to Sustainability”
- From 2015: deputy representative of the Green Party at the Oslo City Council
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1. Fables of the Irish Intelligentsia (London: Fourth Estate, 1991; Minerva, 1992; New York: Penguin Books 1993). Winner of The Irish Times/ Air Lingus Fiction Award 1991. Written with Pat Sheeran.

2. The Loves of Faustyna (London: Fourth Estate, 1994; New York: Penguin Books, 1995. Translated into German, Greek, Norwegian (Merete Alfsen, Pax Forlag), Polish and Greek. Written with Pat Sheeran.

3. Daimons (Boston: Justin Charles, 2003). Norwegian translation by Merete Alfsen (Oslo: Pax, 2003). Written with Pat Sheeran.

4. Short stories published in various collections, e.g. BBC Book of Short Stories 2, ed. Pat MacLoughlin (London: BBC Publications, 1992); The Salmon: Tenth Anniversary Issue (Galway: Salmon, 1992); Infidelities, ed. Marsha Row (London: Chatto and Windus, 1993); Wild Women, ed. Sue Thomas (London: Vintage, 1994); Irish Comic Writing, ed. Ferdia Mac Anna (London: Michael Joseph, 1995).

5. Novella, The Opera for 135 KR in Site Seeing, (Den norske opera og balet, 2009)