5KH425 Body and Gender in Church History, 7.5 Credits
Body and Gender in Church History, 7.5 Credits
Church History
Spring 2019/2020 Jan - Mar (w04-w13). Language English.
To apply contact the student guide, admission code: KH425
Entry requirements
120 ECTS credits in theology, including at least 15 ECTS credits in Church History at the third year level or Bachelor's degree in theology/religious studies, 180 ECTS credits, including at least 150 ECTS credits in theology/religious studies, or the equivalent. In addition, a knowledge of English that satisfies the general entry requirements for higher education.
Education Level
Second cycle
At the end of the course, the student is expected to:
• have a good overview and in-depth knowledge of the history of Christianity from a gender historical perspective
• have knowledge of and be able to analyze theological perspectives on body and gender in Church history
• have the ability to independently and critically discuss central research issues regarding body and gender..
Literature
Brown, Peter, 2008 [1990]. The Body and Society. Men, Women and Sexual Renunciation in Early Christianity. New York: Columbia Press University. (400 s)

Eugene F. Rogers (red.), 2002. Theology and Sexuality: Classic and Contemporary Readings. Malden: Blackwell Publishers. (Urval 250 s)

Ongman, John, 1900. Kvinnans rätt att förkunna evangelium. (40 s) 

Ranft, Patricia, 1998. Women and Spiritual Equality in the Christian Tradition. Basingstoke: Macmillian. (200 s) 

Sidenvall, Erik, 2008. ’Gap men’: Manlighet och kristen mission i Kina. I: Kristen manlighet: Ideal och verklighet 1830–1940. Lund: Nordic Academic Press. S. 75–92. (18 s)

Werner, Yvonne Maria, 2008. Kristen manlighet i teori och praxis. I: Kristen manlighet: Ideal och verklighet 1830–1940. Lund: Nordic Academic Press. S. 9–22. (13 s) 

En vetenskaplig monografi på temat genus och/eller kropp och kristen tro, väljs i samråd med examinator. (300 s)
The litterature required for the course may change.
Instructors
Hanna Stenström
Exam Types
Seminars, Papers.
Grading Types
A = Excellent, B = Very good, C = Good, D = Satisfactory, E = Sufficient, FX = Insufficient, F = Insufficient
Confirmed by Ämnesföreträdarkollegiet vid Teologiska högskolan Stockholm 2011-12-20
Revised 2017-02-22