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Generosity from the Carlsberg Foundation towards both present and former LUMEN-researchers

In the latest distribution of research grants, the Carlsberg Foundation has been very generous towards both present and former LUMEN-researchers, associate Professor Nina Koefoed and postdoc Sasja Stopa. With these grants, the Carlsberg Foundation has contributed substantially to new research on connections between theology and societal development in Danish history and confessional culture.

2020.12.06 | Bjarke Hellemann Weiss

 

Monograph fellowship and resources for research infrastructure for associate Professor Nina Koefoed. 

 

Monograph Fellowship for the study of the Lutheran Legacy in Danish Society

Associate professor Nina Koefoed, who is also a member of the LUMEN steering group, has received one of the much-coveted Monograph Fellowships from the foundation
The new book will have the title, Lutheran Legacy in Danish Society in a Longue Durée Perspective: Household, Authority and Social Responsibility.
This monograph will investigate Lutheran legacy as a vital part of Danish societal development and offers a new explanation of the basis for modern Danish society.  
Link to the project description at the Carlsberg Foundation


Resources for developing digital research infrastructure

Nina Koefoed has also received kr. 341.508 for the research infrastructure project Making the 18th century accessible. The project will develop digital research tools to support large-scale analysis of 18th-century handwritten texts. It will be conducted in collaboration with Aarhus City Archive, Center for Digital History Aarhus (AU) and Center for Humanities Computing Aarhus (AU)
Link to the project description at the Carlsberg Foundation


Internationalisation Fellowship for postdoc Sasja Emilie Mathiasen Stopa from the Grundtvig Study Centre

Sasja Stopa, former postdoc in LUMEN as part of the DFF-project ”Lutheranism and Danish Societal Development”, lead by Nina Koefoed, has received a two-year internationalisation Fellowship for the project: ”Fiducia: The Theological Roots of Danish Trust Culture Undergirding the Welfare State”.
Link to the project description at the Carlsberg Foundation

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