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Title Preparing for death, remembering the dead / Tarald Rasmussen, Jon Øygarden Flæten (eds.)
Publisher Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Co, [2015]
Copyright date ©2015


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Descript 377 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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Contents Introduction -- Preparing for death. From the Late Medieval ars moriendi to the Lutheran funeral sermon / Volker Leppin -- After purgatory: death and remembrance in the Reformation World / Peter Marshall -- Ruth, Judith, Artemisia -- Models for the early modern widow / Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly -- A change in forms and the migration of bodies in Rome-from the Cardinal's Tomb to the Cenotaph / Philipp Zitzlsperger -- Ars moriendi in early modern Calvinsim / Herman J. Selderhuis -- Spacing death-facing death: conceptualizing the encounter with death during the early modern period / Martin Wangsgaard Jürgensen -- Reforming Late Medieval ars moriendi: changes and compromises in early Reformation manuals for use at the deathbed / Claudia Resch -- Preachers as Paul: learning and exemplarity in Lutheran funeral sermons. A motif-perspective on faith and works in face of death / Sivert Angel -- Commemoratoin and consolation: images in Lutharan Saxony, c.1550-1700 / Bridget Heal -- Funeral sermons and Lutheran social practices. An example from 16th-century Denmark-Norway / Arne Bugge Armudsen -- Remembering death in Denmark-Norway during the period of Lutheran orthodoxy / Kristin B. Aavitsland -- How to comfort a dying family member? The practice of an early modern Hungaian Calvinist. A case study / Zsombor Tóth -- "Let's kick the devil in his nose". The introduction of a Lutheran art of dying in the 16th-century Denmark-Norway / Eivor Andersen Oftestad -- Preparation for death in sixteenth-century Zurich: Heinrich Bullinger and Otto Werdmüller / Luca Baschera -- Melanchthon and Calvin on confession, contrition, and penitence / Herman A. Speelman -- Death and the Lutheran idea of becoming a heavenly musician / Konrad Küster -- No funeral sermons: Dutch or Calvinistic prohibition? / Leon van den Broeke
Note Death and dying were not in the main focus of the denominational conflicts of the 16th century. However, pious literature covered these topics again and again, not only before the Reformation, but after it as well. This volume contains papers presented at the Second RefoRC Conference in Oslo in 2012, and is characterized by a multiconfessional and multidisciplinary approach, with contributions from Church History, Art History, Archaeology, History of Literature and Cultural History. Within a field of research dominated by specialized contributions, the broad approach of this volume may further stimulate to comparative and cross-confessional reflection
ISBN 9783525550823 hardback
3525550820 hardback
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Series Refo500 academic studies ; 22
Refo500 academic studies ; v. 22
Subject Death -- History -- 16th century.
Reformation -- 16th century.
Lutheran Church -- History -- 16th century.
Piety.
Alt author Flæten, Jon Øygarden, 1981- editor.
Rasmussen, Tarald, editor.
Descript 377 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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Contents Introduction -- Preparing for death. From the Late Medieval ars moriendi to the Lutheran funeral sermon / Volker Leppin -- After purgatory: death and remembrance in the Reformation World / Peter Marshall -- Ruth, Judith, Artemisia -- Models for the early modern widow / Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly -- A change in forms and the migration of bodies in Rome-from the Cardinal's Tomb to the Cenotaph / Philipp Zitzlsperger -- Ars moriendi in early modern Calvinsim / Herman J. Selderhuis -- Spacing death-facing death: conceptualizing the encounter with death during the early modern period / Martin Wangsgaard Jürgensen -- Reforming Late Medieval ars moriendi: changes and compromises in early Reformation manuals for use at the deathbed / Claudia Resch -- Preachers as Paul: learning and exemplarity in Lutheran funeral sermons. A motif-perspective on faith and works in face of death / Sivert Angel -- Commemoratoin and consolation: images in Lutharan Saxony, c.1550-1700 / Bridget Heal -- Funeral sermons and Lutheran social practices. An example from 16th-century Denmark-Norway / Arne Bugge Armudsen -- Remembering death in Denmark-Norway during the period of Lutheran orthodoxy / Kristin B. Aavitsland -- How to comfort a dying family member? The practice of an early modern Hungaian Calvinist. A case study / Zsombor Tóth -- "Let's kick the devil in his nose". The introduction of a Lutheran art of dying in the 16th-century Denmark-Norway / Eivor Andersen Oftestad -- Preparation for death in sixteenth-century Zurich: Heinrich Bullinger and Otto Werdmüller / Luca Baschera -- Melanchthon and Calvin on confession, contrition, and penitence / Herman A. Speelman -- Death and the Lutheran idea of becoming a heavenly musician / Konrad Küster -- No funeral sermons: Dutch or Calvinistic prohibition? / Leon van den Broeke
Note Death and dying were not in the main focus of the denominational conflicts of the 16th century. However, pious literature covered these topics again and again, not only before the Reformation, but after it as well. This volume contains papers presented at the Second RefoRC Conference in Oslo in 2012, and is characterized by a multiconfessional and multidisciplinary approach, with contributions from Church History, Art History, Archaeology, History of Literature and Cultural History. Within a field of research dominated by specialized contributions, the broad approach of this volume may further stimulate to comparative and cross-confessional reflection
ISBN 9783525550823 hardback
3525550820 hardback
Series Refo500 academic studies ; 22
Refo500 academic studies ; v. 22
Subject Death -- History -- 16th century.
Reformation -- 16th century.
Lutheran Church -- History -- 16th century.
Piety.
Alt author Flæten, Jon Øygarden, 1981- editor.
Rasmussen, Tarald, editor.
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 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  BT 825 P9  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
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Subject Death -- History -- 16th century.
Reformation -- 16th century.
Lutheran Church -- History -- 16th century.
Piety.
Descript 377 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Content text txt
Media unmediated n
Carrier volume nc
Contents Introduction -- Preparing for death. From the Late Medieval ars moriendi to the Lutheran funeral sermon / Volker Leppin -- After purgatory: death and remembrance in the Reformation World / Peter Marshall -- Ruth, Judith, Artemisia -- Models for the early modern widow / Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly -- A change in forms and the migration of bodies in Rome-from the Cardinal's Tomb to the Cenotaph / Philipp Zitzlsperger -- Ars moriendi in early modern Calvinsim / Herman J. Selderhuis -- Spacing death-facing death: conceptualizing the encounter with death during the early modern period / Martin Wangsgaard Jürgensen -- Reforming Late Medieval ars moriendi: changes and compromises in early Reformation manuals for use at the deathbed / Claudia Resch -- Preachers as Paul: learning and exemplarity in Lutheran funeral sermons. A motif-perspective on faith and works in face of death / Sivert Angel -- Commemoratoin and consolation: images in Lutharan Saxony, c.1550-1700 / Bridget Heal -- Funeral sermons and Lutheran social practices. An example from 16th-century Denmark-Norway / Arne Bugge Armudsen -- Remembering death in Denmark-Norway during the period of Lutheran orthodoxy / Kristin B. Aavitsland -- How to comfort a dying family member? The practice of an early modern Hungaian Calvinist. A case study / Zsombor Tóth -- "Let's kick the devil in his nose". The introduction of a Lutheran art of dying in the 16th-century Denmark-Norway / Eivor Andersen Oftestad -- Preparation for death in sixteenth-century Zurich: Heinrich Bullinger and Otto Werdmüller / Luca Baschera -- Melanchthon and Calvin on confession, contrition, and penitence / Herman A. Speelman -- Death and the Lutheran idea of becoming a heavenly musician / Konrad Küster -- No funeral sermons: Dutch or Calvinistic prohibition? / Leon van den Broeke
Note Death and dying were not in the main focus of the denominational conflicts of the 16th century. However, pious literature covered these topics again and again, not only before the Reformation, but after it as well. This volume contains papers presented at the Second RefoRC Conference in Oslo in 2012, and is characterized by a multiconfessional and multidisciplinary approach, with contributions from Church History, Art History, Archaeology, History of Literature and Cultural History. Within a field of research dominated by specialized contributions, the broad approach of this volume may further stimulate to comparative and cross-confessional reflection
Alt author Flæten, Jon Øygarden, 1981- editor.
Rasmussen, Tarald, editor.
ISBN 9783525550823 hardback
3525550820 hardback

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