Approaching Counterfactuals in History: with a Case Study of the Historiography of the War in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1993.
University of Oslo, Faculty of Humanities, Oslo 2011 (2012 på omslaget), stor 8vo, orig. omslag, 280 s., engelsk tekst, avhandling for graden dr. philos.
«The aim of this dissertation is to explore the questions of if and how counterfactual hypotheses can be labelled scientifically coherent and plausible. The first part of the work discusses the theoretical foundations for counterfactuals in general, and aims to conclude with a proposal for a set of criteria for scientific coherence and plausibility of counterfactual historical analysis. […] The second part of the dissertation discusses three conterfactual hypotheses in the historiography of the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 1990s.»