MARTIN GUSTAF EHRENSVÄRD
I am an associate professor at the Faculty of Theology/ University of Copenhagen.
I have worked a good deal with languages. You can read about my research here.
Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coaching Federation (ICF), 2011
Certified Organization and Relationship Systems Coach (ORSCC), 2009-2010.
Trained as process facilitator and coach by Finn Voldtofte and Peder Venge 2005-2008.
Training in mindfulness with Jes Bertelsen and Jens-Erik Risom, 2002-2006.
PhD-degree, Hebrew linguistics and Semitic studies, Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark, 2002.
Training in psychology with Vibeke Adler, Aarhus, 2000-2002.
PhD-studies, dept. of Semitic studies, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, 1997-2000.
MA-degree, Semitic studies, Univ. of Aarhus, 1995.
MA-studies, dept. of Semitic studies, Univ. of Aarhus and Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, 1989-1995.
BA-studies, theology and classical Greek, Univ. of Aarhus, 1987-1989.
TEACHING AND RELATED EXPERIENCE
Associate professor at the Faculty of Theology/ University of Copenhagen, October 2012 to date.
Specialist consultant at an international MA programme in religion, University of Copenhagen, February 2010 to September 2012.
Part-time lecturer, University of Copenhagen, August-December 2009.
Coach and mindfulness trainer, What is pink?, August 2008 to date.
Part-time lecturer, University of Aarhus, February 2008 to June 2012.
Coach and communications Consultant, Direction, November 2006 to December 2009.
Member of academic staff, Faculty of Theology, Univ. of Aarhus: Teaching biblical Hebrew and working as assistant editor of Anders Klostergaard (red.), Northern Lights on the Dead Sea Scrolls (STDJ; Leiden: Brill, 2009), March-April and November-December 2007.
Modern Hebrew teacher, FOF Aarhus, September-December 2001, February-November 2006.
Member of academic staff, Faculty of Theology, Univ. of Copenhagen: Writing a biblical Hebrew textbook and teaching classical Arabic, June 2005 to June 2006.
Member of academic staff, Faculty of Theology, Univ. of Aarhus: Teaching classical Arabic and developing a curriculum for a new Arabic study programme, February 2004-January 2005.
Adjunct instructor of biblical Hebrew, Faculty of Theology, Univ. of Aarhus, February 1990-June 1994, September 1995-December 1996, March 2000-November 2003.
PhD scholarship, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, January 1997-February 2000.
Adjunct instructor of advanced biblical Hebrew, summer intensive, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, July-August 1997, July-August 1999.
1. Ole Stjernholm and Martin Ehrensvärd, Efter mindfulness (Dansk Psykologisk Forlag, 2016).
2. Ole Stjernholm and Martin Ehrensvärd, At dø i meditation (Bogan/Hovedland, 2014).
3. Ian Young, Robert Rezetko and Martin Ehrensvärd: Linguistic Dating of Biblical Texts (2 vols.; London: Equinox, 2008).
4. Flemming A. J. Nielsen and Martin Ehrensvärd, Bibelsk hebraisk grammatik: En indføring (København: Anis, 2007; 2nd edition 2014).
CONTRIBUTIONS TO ACADEMIC BOOKS
(see further here)
1. Co-translator of Genesis and Ecclesiastes into Danish in Begyndelsen og Tænkeren (Det Danske Bibelselskab, 2014).
2. Petersen, A.K., Elgvin, T., Wassen, C., von Weissenberg, H., Winninge, M., Ehrensvärd, M. (eds.) 2009, Northern Lights on the Dead Sea Scrolls, Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden
3. Linguistic comments to c. 60 pages of Hebrew in Knud Jeppesen, Det Gamle Testamente på gudstjenestens betingelser 1 (Copenhagen: Anis, 2004).
4. Translation of c. 100 pages of Byzantine Greek in Michael Stubberup, Hjertebøn og østkirkens mystikere (Copenhagen: Borgen, 2004).
5. Indices in Bodil Ejrnæs, Søren Holst og Mogens Müller (eds.), Dødehavsskrifterne og de antikke kilder om essæerne (2. ed.; Copenhagen: Anis, 2004).
6. Linguistic comments to c. 60 pages of Hebrew in Kirsten Nielsen, Det Gamle Testamente på gudstjenestens betingelser (Copenhagen: Anis, 2003).
7. Co-writer of chapter 3, ’Salmerne som poesi’, in Else Holt et al. (eds.), Dansk Kommentar til Davids Salmer vol. 1 (Copenhagen: Anis, 2002), 67-76.
8. Several encyclopaedia articles in Geert Hallbäck et al. (eds.), Gads Bibel Leksikon (Copenhagen: Gad, 1998).
1. Jette Ammentorp, Lisbeth Uhrenfeldt, Flemming Angel, Martin Ehrensvärd, Ebbe B Carlsen and Poul-Erik Kofoed, 'Can life coaching improve health outcomes? – A systematic review of intervention studies' BMC Health Services Research 2013, 13:428.
’Discerning Diachronic Change in the Biblical Hebrew Verbal System’ in Z. Zevit and C. Miller (eds.), Diachrony in Biblical Hebrew (Winona Lake, IA: Eisenbrauns, 2012), 181-192.
3. ’Reference in English-Arabic Translation’ Babel Journal for Translation 53 (2007), 363-371.
4. ’Zechariah and the Dating of Biblical Hebrew’ Hebrew Studies 47 (2006), 78-89.
5. ’Ibn Arabi–en sufimystiker og hans læremestre’ in P. Carstens et al. (eds.), Et blandet bæger: Studier tilegnet F.O. Hvidberg-Hansen (Copenhagen: Anis, 2005), 54-68.
6. ’Linguistic Dating of Biblical Texts’ in I. Young (ed.), Biblical Hebrew: Studies in Chronology and Typology (Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement 369; London/New York: T & T Clark, 2003), 164-88.
7. ’Determination of the Noun in Biblical Hebrew’ Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 14 (2000), 301-14.
8. ’An Unusual use of the Definite Article in Biblical and Post-Biblical Hebrew’, in T. Muraoka and J. F. Elwolde (eds.), Sirach, Scrolls, and Sages. Proceedings of a Second International Symposium on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Ben Sira, and the Mishnah, held at Leiden University, 15-17 December 1997 (Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 33; Leiden/Boston/Köln: Brill, 1999), 68-76.
9. ’Negating the Infinitive in Biblical Hebrew’ Zeitschrift für Althebraistik 12 (1999): 146-64.
10. ’Once Again: The Problem of Dating Biblical Hebrew’, Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 11 (1997), 29-40.