Research Associates

Benedikt Bauer / Charlotte Langenhorst
Raum GA 8/54
Tel.: +49-234-32-27806
Charlotte.Langenhorst@rub.de
Benedikt.Bauer@rub.de

Benedikt Bauer



Short CV

Benedikt Bauer has been working as a Research Associate since 2018 at the Chair of Reformation and Recent Church History at the Faculty of Protestant Theology at the Ruhr-University Bochum. He studied successfully Protestant Theology and Religious Science at the Ruhr-University Bochum. At the moment he works on a dissertation-project about Valerius Herberger and his the piety which focuses on the sufferings of Jesus and his mystics as an element of Lutheranism in the early modern-era.


Research Focus

Benedikt Bauer´s research interest centers on the interdisciplinary history of Christianity, history of piety, mystics and gender research (especially Queer-Theory and Critical Men´s Studies in Religion).


Publications

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Lectures and other Activities

"(Ge)Schlecht für die Religionswissenschaft!? Wie verändert eine
Genderperspektive das Konzept von Religion?" Roundtable at the XXXIII. Annual Conference of the German Association for Religious Science (DVRW 2019) together with Kristina Göthling-Zimpel and Anna-Katharina Höpfling, Hannover 2019.

Apotheca Morientium“ – Passionsfrömmigkeit, Tod und Sterben in der lu-therischen Orthodoxie anhand ausgewählter Leichenpredigten aus Valeri-us Herbergers „Geistlichen Trauerbinden“. Lecture at the 25. Symposium of Students of Religious Science in the german speaking areas “Memento Mori – Death, De(con)struction and the Afterlife” at the University of Leipzig 2018.

„Du hast gebrannt, den Bräutgam zu umfassen“ – Brautmystik und Wundenkult sowie deren Implikationen für die Männlichkeitskonstruktionen in der Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine. Lecture at the 24. Symposium of Students of Religious Science in the german speaking area “Opening Pandora’s Box: Sex, Power & Religion” at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich 2017.


Affiliations

Deutsche Vereinigung für Religionswissenschaft e. V. (DVRW)

Religionswissenschaftlicher Medien- und Informationsdeinst e. V. (REMID)

Arbeitskreis Historische Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung e.V. (AKHFG)

Netzwerk Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung NRW


Teaching


Kernlehrpläne, Kompetenzen, keine Kirchengeschichte? Kirchengeschichtsdidaktische Versuche und der Einsatz der Reformationsgeschichte im Unterricht. LV-Nr. 010320, GA 7/52, Monday, 10.00 – 12.00 Uhr, Date of the first lecture: 20.04.2020, 12 dates.


Charlotte Langenhorst


Short CV

Charlotte Langenhorst works as a Research Associate at the Chair of Reformation and Newer Church History at the Protestant Faculty at the Ruhr-University Bochum since 2019. She has completed a Bachelor and a Master in Protestant Theology and furthermore a Bachelor in Religious Science.

At the moment she is employed for the Oral-History-Project “Diakonissen in Neuendettelsau” (Diaconesses in Neuendettelsau). Her task is to conduct interviews. Her research focus lies momentarily on the 20th century. Furthermore, she has recently also looked into the history and the content of the post-war years of the Evangelische Akademie (Evangelical Academy), especially that in Bochum.


Research Focus

Charlotte Langenhorst´s research focus centers on the contemporary church history. Recently she has successfully carried out the Oral-History-Project "Diakonissen in Neuendettelsau im 20. Jahrhundert" (Diaconesses in Neuendettelsau in the 20th century). Futhermore, she has delved into the history of the diaconical work of the 19th and 20th century.
Another main focus of her research center on the history and the contents of the Evangelische Akademiearbeit (Evangelical Academical Work), especially that in Bochum and Westphalia in the 50´s and 60´s. Further interests are the study of biographies, of everyday life, social history and the history of piety.


Publications


Lectures and other Activities


Affiliations


Teaching

Seminar: „Ich habe euch kein Weibergeschwätz geschrieben...“ – Frauen in der Reformationszeit. LV-Nr. 010323, GABF 04/511, Thursday, 12.00 – 14.00 Uhr, Date of the first lecture: 16.04.2020, 11 dates