"Conceptual and empirical reflections on the migration histories, settlement patterns, demographics and contested politics experienced and negotiated by Muslims in Norway in general and Oslo in particular."
"Researcher as Citizen: Embodiment, acts, and mobility in diaconal spaces of hospitality"
What is theology? The relationship between systematic, practical and queer theologies.
"The Power of Sacred Objects in Late Medieval and Early Modern Norway"
Situating Contextual Bible Study in the landscape of Critical Biblical Hermeneutics: Drinking from the wells of scholarship offered by African Women's Theologians and insights from African Biblical Hermeneutics.
Exploring liberative notions of diaconia and Christian Social Practice from the perspective of the Global South
"Contextual African Bible Hermeneutics: A critical assessment of aspects related to gender and culture."
"The Contribution of Agonistic Theology to Contemporary Ecclesiology."
"Governing Religious Diversity in 21st century Europe: A Critical Assessment of the Relationships between Secularism, Nation-State, and Religion"
"The role of monasticism in shaping Jerusalem into a Holy City and goal for pilgrims".
"The Book of Chronicles: Rewritten History?"
"John within Hellenism? A critical assessment of recent arguments for locating the Gospel of John within a Greco-Roman conceptual and cultural framework (philosophy, imperial discourse, literary genre, Greek language, etc.)."
"Interrogating gender and religion through seniority, language and liminality in Kasena marriage rituals (Northern Ghana)".
Ole Jakob Løland's trial lecture: "Jacob Taubes og Slavoj Žižek both articulate the figure of Paul as an 'anti-liberal' figure of 'radical politics'. Why and how do these articulations, in both instances, become so thoroughly wrapped up with legacies of anti-Judaism?"
The title of the trial lecture is: Account for the internal organization of the Kundum festival as an ordered whole in terms of the different modes of ritual speaking it mobilizes (mythological narratives, singing, liturgical pronouncements, fundraising speeches, etc.).