Aushandlungen religiösen Wissens – Negotiated Religious Knowledge 978-3-16-159195-2 - Mohr Siebeck
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Aushandlungen religiösen Wissens – Negotiated Religious Knowledge

Verfahren, Synergien und produktive Konkurrenzen in der Vormoderne – Methods, Interactions and Productive Rivalries in Premodern Times
Herausgegeben von / Edited by Annette Gerok-Reiter, Anne Mariss und/and Markus Thome

[Negotiated Religious Knowledge. Methods, Interactions and Productive Rivalries in Pre-Modern Times.]

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Religious knowledge, according to the basic assumption of the German Research Foundation’s Research Training Group ‘Religious Knowledge in Pre-Modern Europe (800–1800)’, is generated when dealing with the knowledge revealed in the Bible. In day-to-day interactions between religious experts and laypeople however, this knowledge – conceived as intangible – is continuously transformed and adapted to the respective historical circumstances. The discursive competition that arises between religious knowledge and other fields of knowledge, such as natural history, art and literature, are the focus of this interdisciplinary volume’s articles. They hone in on the practices employed to adapt and shape religious knowledge in these adjacent fields, as well as the tensions, rivalries and synergies that emerge in the process.
Religious knowledge, according to the basic assumption of the German Research Foundation’s Research Training Group ‘Religious Knowledge in Pre-Modern Europe (800–1800)’, is generated when dealing with the knowledge revealed in the Bible. In day-to-day interactions between religious experts and laypeople however, this knowledge – conceived as intangible – is continuously transformed and adapted to the respective historical circumstances. The discursive competition that arises between religious knowledge and other fields of knowledge, such as natural history, art and literature, are the focus of this interdisciplinary volume’s articles. They hone in on the practices employed to adapt and shape religious knowledge in these adjacent fields, as well as the tensions, rivalries and synergies that emerge in the process.
Survey of contents
Annette Gerok-Reiter/Anne Mariss/Markus Thome: Aushandlungen religiösen Wissens zwischen Affirmation und Konkurrenz. Einführung
Göttliche Ordnung – Soziale Ordnung
Harald Buchinger: Religiöses Wissen im Vollzug. Hermeneutische Transformationen in Beispielen der Adventsliturgie
Religiöse Argumentation – Ästhetische Eigenlogik
Élisée Dion: Die Harmonie des Buchs. Text, Paratext und Bilder im didaktischen und spirituellen System der ‚Image du monde‘ (13.-15. Jahrhundert) – Anna Pawlak: Die Farbe der Hierophanie. Grisaille zwischen meditatio mortis und bildimpliziter Kunsttheorie in Pieter Bruegels d.Ä. Marientod – Gudrun Bamberger: Die Faustbücher des 16. Jahrhunderts: zwischen Literatur und Theologie – Mariam Hammami: Wahrheitsansprüche in Bild und Text. Die Figur der Veritas auf Titelblättern religiöser Schriften aus Antwerpen in der ersten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts – Kevin Hilliard: From the Lord’s Prayer to Universal Prayer and Back: Religious Knowledge in Eighteenth-Century Poetry
Schöpfungswissen – Naturforschung
Bruno Wiedermann: Das kann nit gehindern kein cristenliches gebet. Aushandlungen religiösen Wissens in laienastrologischen Sammelhandschriften des 15. Jahrhunderts – Ariane Koller: Geographia Sacra. Religiöses Wissen und die Ästhetik der Kartographie in Abraham Ortelius’ Parergon – Iris Wenderholm: Picturing the Wind: On the Interweaving of Religious, Mythological and Natural History Knowledge in Dutch Copper Engraving (c. 1600) – Jörg Robert: Natural Science and Religious Knowledge: Martin Opitz’s Didactic Poem Vesuvius (1633) – Irina Saladin: Jesuit Missions and the Transfer of Local Knowledge: Early Modern Cartography between Amazon, Orinoco and Europe
Authors/Editors

Annette Gerok-Reiter ist Inhaberin des Lehrstuhls für deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters im europäischen Kontext an der Universität Tübingen; 2014–20 zus. mit Prof. Dr. Volker Leppin Sprecherin des Graduiertenkollegs »Religiöses Wissen im vormodernen Europa (800–1800)".

Anne Mariss ist Akademische Rätin a.Z. am Lehrstuhl für Neuere Geschichte (Frühe Neuzeit) an der Universität Regensburg.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3993-1158

Markus Thome ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Koordinator Baudokumentation bei der Denkmalpflege des Kantons Bern.

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