Volume 4 of the Karlstadt Edition has recently appeared. Covering the works of 1521, this volume shows Karlstadt standing at the centre of a broad publication current of the early Reformation. Themes include practical reforms ranging from clerical marriage to the renewal of the mass. At the same time, the first deeper … [Read more...]
Archives for 2022
Ulrich Bubenheimer “Ad fontes” / Celebratory Lecture
Ulrich Bubenheimer: “Ad fontes - back to the original sources! Getting behind the Editions to the Manuscripts.” Celebratory Lecture in the Paulinerkirche, Göttingen on 21 November 2022. Johann Schwertfeger (c.1488–10.5.1524), who attended Karlstadt’s lectures on Augustine as a mature law student, noted on his copy of … [Read more...]
In November, we referred to an event in March in the hope that the pandemic would have disappeared to such an extent that attendance events would be possible again. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Therefore, the planned meeting aiming to a re-evaluation of the Wittenberg events of 1521/22 will not take place. … [Read more...]
Portrait of Karlstadt and his wife?
The article "What's in a Face" can now also be read in Essays. The question of whether Andreas Bodenstein, called Karlstadt and his wife Anna von Mochau were painted by Cranach is still the subject of academic research. More information on this can be found in this online article. … [Read more...]