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Norge og Reformasjonen – Prof. Arne Bugge Amundsen

Anlässlich des Lutherjahres wird diese Zusatzveranstaltung ganz im Zeichen der Reformation in Norwegen stehen. Prof. Dr. Arne Amundsen, Dekan der Humanistischen Fakultät der Universität Oslo wird uns diese in seinem Vortrag näher bringen.
  • Norge og Reformasjonen – Prof. Arne Bugge Amundsen
  • 2017-04-27T18:00:00+02:00
  • 2017-04-27T20:00:00+02:00
  • Anlässlich des Lutherjahres wird diese Zusatzveranstaltung ganz im Zeichen der Reformation in Norwegen stehen. Prof. Dr. Arne Amundsen, Dekan der Humanistischen Fakultät der Universität Oslo wird uns diese in seinem Vortrag näher bringen.
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Norge og Reformasjonen – Prof. Arne Bugge Amundsen

Prof. Arne Bugge Amundsen
er dekan ved Det humanistiske fakultetet ved UiO. Han fullførte Cand. Theol. i 1975 og har siden forsket mye på nordeuropeisk kirke- og kulturhistorie. Han mottok pris for fremragende kulturhistorisk forskning fra Kungliga Gustav Adolfs Akademien, Uppsala i 1993.
Der Vortrag wird auf Englisch gehalten.
Die Vorlesung findet am Donnerstag(!), den 27.04. statt.
Norge og Reformasjonen – Prof. Arne Bugge Amundsen

The Lutheran reformation in Norway, formally introduced in 1537, was not prepared either politically or culturally. As a result there was more or less silent opposition against the changes that took place. This opposition lasted for many decades. As late as in the early 17th century some Norwegians had not realized that they belonged to 'a new church'.

In 1537, for the first time in the long period of the three-realm-union in Scandinavia, Norway was regarded as a part of Denmark and not as a separate kingdom. To control Norway, the Danish king Christian III was careful not to challenge everyday culture, but politically it was important for him to establish a new church elite in which he could confide. This strategy introduced a long period of cultural and religious negotiation in Norway - between old and new practices, between rural and urban areas, and between elite and commoners.

The political, geographical and cultural context of the Norwegian reformation made the impact of the changes quite different from many other North European countries.