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Afdeling for Teologi

fre 06 nov
13:15-16:00 | Room 1453-415
In the Early Modern as well as Modern society, correct, desirable or unwanted conduct from persons in different positions of authorities is often connected with specific emotions. Lutheran authorities were also expected to express and perform proper emotions related to specific deeds and situations. In this workshop, we will investigate and discuss the implications of these connections between authority and emotions based not only on Luther’s writing but also on political texts, legislation and other pertinent sources.
ons 11 nov
14:15-16:00 | Building 1453 room 415
Narrative Authority in the Sibylline Oracles
Helen van Noorden, AIAS Fellow Aarhus and Wrigley Fellow Cambridge
ons 25 nov
14:15-17:00 | Bygn. 1453 - 415, Bed og Arbejd
Salomons Testamente - den ældste kristne dæmonologi: tid, sted, miljø?
DPhil Ittai Dan Gradel og dr. theol. Nils Arne Pedersen
fre 04 dec
15:15-17:00 |
Florian Wöller, Associate Professor, Copenhagen. Seminar co-organized by C-SAC and the research programme 'Classical Antiquity and its Heritage'.
ons 09 dec
14:15-17:00 | Bygn. 1453 - 415, Bed og Arbejd
Curating Knowledge in the Lessons from the Tura Papyri
Dr Blossom Stefaniw, Heisenberg Fellow, DFG