Luther in Printed Marginalia: Reference Notes, Reading and Representations

In a new article in Reformation & Renaissance Review Kajsa Weber investigates reference notes (what in the 18th century would become the footnote) in Lutheran Swedish print 1570–1630. By investigating a yet unexplored medium for representing Luther in print it expands on scholarly work regarding how Lutherans at the turn of the sixteenth century chose to represent…

Funding for project ‘Scholarly journals and the disciplinary formation of the modern humanities in Sweden’

Isak Hammar, associate professor of History and member of LUCK’s Nordic Advisory Board has received funding for a three-year project entitled Scholarly journals and the disciplinary formation of the modern humanities in Sweden, c. 1850-1920 from the Swedish Research Council. The project explores the impact of changing publishing patterns in the humanities in Sweden between…