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Ergebnisanzeige "1517-1545: ‘The Northern Experience’. Mysticism, Reform and Devotion between the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
Titel1517-1545: ‘The Northern Experience’. Mysticism, Reform and Devotion between the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods
Beschreibung1517-1545: ‘The Northern Experience’.
Mysticism, Reform and Devotion between the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods

From 12 to 14 December 2011, the Ruusbroec Institute of the University of Antwerp will host an international conference aimed at discussing an often neglected period in the cultural-religious history of Northern Europe from an interdisciplinary perspective, focusing specifically on the Low Countries and Germany.

Clinched between Luther and Counter Reformation, the period from 1517 to 1545 is the stage on which the transition from late-medieval to early modern times unfolds. This multifaceted process cannot be grasped by any one academic discipline alone, and needs to be studied from complementary perspectives.

Detailed information about the conference can be found also online (http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=.NORTHERN_EXPERIENCE&n=98179)

Registration for the conference is obligatory (see: http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=.NORTHERN_EXPERIENCE&n=98184 for a registration form)

Ruusbroec Institute, Universiteit Antwerpen
12-14 December 2011

International Conference
1517-1545: ‘The Northern Experience’
Mysticism, Reform and Devotion between the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods

Monday evening, December 12
Klooster Grauwzusters (Lange St. Annastraat 7 - 2000 Antwerp)

19.00 Registration and coffee/tea

Session 1: Sixteenth-Century Dutch-German Mysticism

19.30 Welcome, Alain Verschoren, Rector University of Antwerp

19.40 Kees Schepers (Ruusbroec Institute, Universiteit Antwerpen): The Arnhem Mystical Sermons , Epitome of 16th-century Dutch Mystcism

20.00 Keynote: Bernard McGinn (prof. em. Divinity School, University of Chicago): German-Dutch Mysticism in the Low Countries during the 16th Century and its Significance for the History of Mysticism

21.00 Opening reception

Tuesday, December 13
Hof van Liere (T. Greshamzaal)
Prinsstraat 13 - 2000 Antwerp

9.00-10.00 Registration and coffee/tea

Session 2: Lutheranism and Mysticism

10.00-10.40 Keynote: Volker Leppin ( Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen): Luther and Mysticism

10.40-10.50 Discussion

10.50-11.15 Edward Fröhling (Katholische Hochschule, Vallendar): Die „Entgiftung“ fehlgeleiteter
Theologie und kirchlicher Praxis bei Johann Arndt

11.15-11.40 Jörg Füllgrabe (Pädagogische Hochschule, Karlsruhe): Johannes Tauler; Missverstandener ‚Vorfahr‘ der mitteldeutschen Reformation?

11.40-12.05 Ernst Erich Metzner ( Goethe Universität, Frankfurt): Die drei ersten Lutherlieder von 1521 und 1523 und ihr historischer Hintergrund in Deutschland und den Niederlanden

12.05-12.20 Discussion

12.20-13.45 Lunch

Session 3: Manuscripts, Prints, Publication Strategies

13.45-14.10 Elizabeth Andersen ( Newcastle University): Printing and Distributing Low German Devotional Writing. The Case of Lübeck

14.10-14.35 Lydia Wegener ( Goethe Universität, Frankfurt): „Das man aber richtiger von der lere Tauleri richten möge....“ Aneignung und Zensur von Johannes Taulers Lehre in Reformationsflugschriften des 16. Jahrhunderts

14.35-15.00 Hans Kienhorst (Radboud University Nijmegen): The Scribal Hands of the Sisters of Saint Agnes Convent

15.00-15.15 Discussion

15.15-15.30 Coffee / Tea

15.30-15.55 Kirsten Christensen (Pacific Lutheran University): Mystical Commerce: Maria van Hout and the Sisters of St. Agnes in Arnhem

15.55-16.20 Markus Polzer (Ruusbroec Institute, Universiteit Antwerpen): Mysticism on Demand? The Cologne Carthusians and their Media-Strategies in the Vernacular

16.20-16.30 Discussion

Wednesday, December 14
Hof van Liere (T. Greshamzaal)
Prinsstraat 13 - 2000 Antwerp

9.00-9.30 Coffee / Tea

Session 4: Context & Influence of Sixteenth-Century Mysticism

9.30-9.55 Howard Louthan (University of Florida): Poland and the ‘Northern Experience’:
A Comparative Study

9.55-10.20 Henrike Lähnemann (Newcastle University): Widerstand im Geiste der Reform. Der „Nonnenkrieg“ in Medingen (1524-1554)

10.20-10.45 Aloysia Jostes (Ruusbroec Institute, Universiteit Antwerpen): Das Kapitel von Windesheim und die secta Lutherana

10.45-11.00 Discussion

11.00-11.30 Coffee / Tea

11.30-11.55 Mikhael Khorkov (Moscow): „Armut“ und „mortificatio“ bei Hendrik Herp und Juan de la Cruz aus der Perspektive der Kölner lateinischen Übersetzungen der deutschen und niederländischen mystischen Texte

11.55-12.20 Ursula Kiermeier (Instytut Filologii Germańskiej UJ, Krakow ): Das Nachleben der ‘Evangelische Perle’ in Deutschen Übersetzungen

12.20-12.30 Discussion

12.30-14.00 Lunch

Session 5: Lay Spirituality and Devotional Practices

14.00-14.25 Charles Caspers (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen): Devotion as a Weapon against Lutherans and other ‘Heretics’. The ‘Heilige stede’ (Holy Place) in Amsterdam from c.1515-c.1550

14.25-14.50 Sabrina Corbellini (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen): Religious texts - Lay Readers: Religious Reading Techniques in Early Modern Netherlands

14.50-15.15 Bart Ramakers (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen): Connecting Faith and Feeling: Lay Spirituality in Rhetoricians’ Drama

15.15-15.30 Discussion (papers)

15.30-16.00 Final discussion

16.00 Coffee / Tea

For more information and registration, please visit our website: http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=.NORTHERN_EXPERIENCE&n=98179

or contact:

University of Antwerp
"1517-1545: The Northern Experience"
Mr Markus Polzer
Prinsstraat 13
B-2000 Antwerp
Belgium

Fax: +32-3-265.44.20
Email: markus.polzer@ua.ac.be

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=.NORTHERN_EXPERIENCE&n=98179
Verknüpfte Ressourcehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortAntwerpen
Anmeldeschluss30.11.2011
Beginn12.12.2011
Ende14.12.2011
PersonName: Markus Polzer 
Funktion: Organisator 
E-Mail: markus.polzer@ua.ac.be 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Markus Polzer / Universität Antwerpen 
Strasse/Postfach: Prinsstraat 13 
Postleitzahl: 2000 
Stadt: Antwerpen 
Telefon: +32-3-265.44.20 
E-Mail: markus.polzer@ua.ac.be  
Internetadresse: http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=.NORTHERN_EXPERIENCE&n=98179 
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