Parallel Sessions

Wednesday, November 1

13.15 - 15.30

Location: Mødelokale 2, Studenternes Hus

P2 RETHINK God in his Relation to the World

Sasja Emilie Mathiasen Stopa – The Hidden God and the Promise of Unification

Tyler M. Tully – Lord Over and the Center of All Things: Martin Luther and a New Materialist Approach to the Role of the Human in Creation

Eilert Jan Lohne - The Ethics of Meeting - Has Levinas Restored the Horizontal Dimension of Christian faith?

Location: Preben Hornung Stuen, Studenternes Hus

P3 Models of Authority and Societal Development

Bo Kristian Holm – The role of Roman philosophy in the Lutheran view on authority

Gorm Harste – Absolutism, Authority and the Legitimation of Power: The Importance of Obedience as Lutheran Work Ethics

Nina Javette Koefoed – Authority and Social Responsibility within the Household

Giovanni Tortoriello -  The Praeceptor as philosopher: the meaning of philosophy in Melanchthon’s thought    

Location: Richard Mortensen Stuen, Studenternes Hus

P8 Music, Community, and Modernity: Rethinking the Musical Impact of the Reformation

Hyun-Ah Kim –  Music, Adiaphora, and Secularisation: Rethinking the Musical Impact of the Lutheran Reformation

Oane Reitsma –  Religious community and audience: The ambiguous role of religious music in shaping community

Nils Holger Petersen - Martin Luther and Thomas Mann’s Idea of the Faustian Musical Modernism

Thursday, November 2

13.15 - 15.30

Location: Mødelokale 2, Studenternes Hus

P5 Philosophy and Reformation: Existence

Markus Kleinert  – Transfiguration in View of the Cross

Bengt Kristensson Uggla – Extra Nos & Homo Capax: What Makes us Human?

Niels Wilde – Weird Allies? Kierkegaard and Object-Oriented-Ontology

Tone Frank Dandanell – The Wonder of Repetition

Location: Preben Hornung Stuen, Studenternes Hus

P10 Rethinking Luther, Reformation, and Gender

Else Marie Wiberg Pedersen - Women, Gender, and Church in Luther’s New Theology

Kirsi Stjerna – Women as Interpreters of the Word: Argula von Grumbach, Katharina Schütz Zell, and Marie Dentiére

Agnes Arnorsdottir – Marriage and Motherhood in the Nordic context

 

Location: Richard Mortensen Stuen, Studenternes Hus

P1 Luther and Sociality

Jette Bendixen Rønkilde – Liturgy as Social Imaginary: Sacrementality and Sociality in Luther’s Liturgical Writings

Sasja Emilie Mathiasen Stopa – Sin and Trust as Focal Points of Luther’s Conception of Sociality

Nina Javette Koefoed – Socio-emotional Obligations within the Lutheran Household

Friday, November 3

13.15 - 15.30

Location: Mødelokale 2, Studenternes Hus

P4 Luther as Philosopher?

Robert Stern – Luther as Philosopher

Hans Fink – On Conceptions of Philosophy in its Relations to Theology after Luther

Wayne Martin – Luther’s Will

Bjørn Rabjerg – Luther’s Anthropology Seen from a Philosophical Perspective    

Location: Preben Hornung Stuen, Studenternes Hus

P6 Reformation and the Question of Modernity

Eva Krause Jørgensen – Disenchantment as the Red Herring of Modernity? Rethinking Sacramentality and Sociality in the Narratives of Protestant Modernity

Dritëro Demjaha – The Problem of the Protestant Post-Secular

P9 Reformations, Diversity and Religious Encounters

Lars Vissing – Reformation and Cultural Divergence

Esra Ozyurek – Reformed Islam in Europe: Return to Fundamentals or Traditions?    

Location: Richard Mortensen Stuen, Studenternes Hus

P7 Theological Interpretations of Luther 1914-2017

Christine Poder – Luther’s Lectures on Romans in the works of Karl Holl, R. Hermann, and Karl Barth

Niels Henrik Gregersen –  Triangulating Scandinavian Creation Theology: K.E. Løgstrup, Regin Prenter, and Gustaf Wingren