Den vackra och erkända patriarchalismen : den lundensiska högkyrklighetens präst- och mansideal
Forskningsoutput: Avhandling › Doktorsavhandling (monografi)
Inspired by sociologists as Bourdieu and Connell, I have chosen to draw on theories of manliness and masculinity/-ies, as the inclusion of a combined power–gender perspective goes far in explaining the battle for dominion over the religious sphere that so characterized the period, and indeed the correspondence with contemporary notions of manliness and the emphasis on ideals of Christian manliness in leading Church of Sweden circles.
The question of the priest – his identity, mission, and duties – was central to the Lund theologians, and they considered the clergy as the embodiment of hegemonic masculinity in a spiritual context. Though, the ideal clerical manliness was contrasted by countertypes, represented by priests with character failings and lay preachers. The Lund theologians also defended a patriarchal Christian household ideology. In all, the Lund theologians strove to defend the hierarchical and patriarchal gender order embodied in the doctrine of the three estates, a social order which had lost much of its significance.
|Enheter & grupper|
Ämnesklassifikation (UKÄ) – OBLIGATORISK
|Tilldelningsdatum||2011 dec 21|
|Status||Published - 2011|
Yvonne Maria Werner, Alexander Maurits, Anders Jarlert, Gösta Hallonsten, Olaf Blaschke, Erik Sidenvall, David Tjeder, Anna Prestjan, Gösta Hallonsten, Elin Malmer, Nanna Damsholt & Inger Littberger Caisou-Rousseau
2004/01/01 → 2010/12/31