Religion, Psyche and Subjectivity


March 4th 2019
Dr. Andreas Bähr:
Professor für Europäische Kulturgeschichte der Neuzeit Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
"And so he died from the fear of dying". Reflections on the Fear of Death in the 18th Century 

14:00 Coffee

Dr. med. Ralf Hemmingsen:
Professor of Psychiatry, 
Subjective Motivation, Context and Mental State in Female Child Murderers in the 18th Century

Nanna Eva Nissen:
Ph.D.-scholar, cand. theol. 
From Sorcery Sentences to Diagnoses of Melancholy

Tine Reeh:
Associate Professor of Church History, dr. theol. 
To Avert the Wrath of God or to Save the Individual Soul? Transformations in the Aims of Punishment in the 18th Century

15:15 Coffee

Josef Parnas
Prof. of Psychiatry, dr. med. 
The Birth of the Modern Individual

All are welcome – registration required by e-mail to Nanne Eva Nissen:

Organized and sponsored by
  the CEMES Research Group ' Religion and Modern European Culture'