Reformation Musical History and Theology

This project aims to promote academic research on all aspects of the Reformation Musical History and Theology.

No synthetic and theoretical study of the Reformation musical history…

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The Ambiguous Memory of Nordic Protestantism (MEMORY)

MEMORY will study the topography of Nordic Protestantism with emphasis on the cultural role of specific places playing an ambiguous role for the secular/sacred…

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Tracing the Jerusalem Code

Throughout the entire Christian history, the idea of Jerusalem, earthly and celestial, has been formative to the Christian Church and European culture. The interpretations…

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Righteousness and peace kiss each other – Representations of Peace in Early Modern Europe

Early Modern Europe has been described as continent of abundant bellicosity. Between 1500 and 1800, we hardly find a year without a military conflict….

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"Controversia et Confessio”

This is a long-term project of the Union of German Academies. It is part of the research programme of the Leibniz Institute of European…

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Religious Peacekeeping and Peacemaking in Europe, 1500–1800

After the Reformation and numerous religious wars ended Europe’s religious unity, strategies and mechanisms to enable cooperation or at least co-existence were developed in…

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Acts of the Synod of Dordrecht

The goal of the project is:

a. to produce a critical edition of all the documents of the Synod of Dordrecht in their original languages…

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Opera Omnia: Critical Edition of the Works of Philipp Melanchthon

Ever since 1897 a critical edition of the works of Philipp Melanchthon was planned, but it’s not until now this project will start to…

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