Peter Tudvad (born 27 April 1966 in Holme south of Århus) is a Danish Søren Kierkegaard scholar, author, philosopher and social critic, formerly at the Søren Kierkegaard Research Center and at the University of Copenhagen; he left the Søren Kierkegaard Research Center after a heated debate with colleague Joakim Garff, whose Kierkegaard biography he savaged in his own book Kierkegaards København.
His 2009 book Nurse in the Third Reich, an account of a Danish woman serving as a nurse in the German Red Cross, achieved some note.
- "Peter Tudvad" (in Danish). boghallen.dk. Retrieved 2010-01-25. — a short biography.
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