Line Cecilie Engh

Førsteamanuensis - Idéhistorie
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Emneord: Idehistorie, Middelalder

Publikasjoner

  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2020). Følelser i middelalderen. Affektiv teori og praksis i cistercienserklosteret. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2020). Divine sensations: Sensory language and rhetoric in bernard of Clairvaux’s ‘on conversion’. Journal of Qur'anic Studies. ISSN 1465-3591. 22(1), s. 51–77. doi: 10.3366/jqs.2020.0411.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2019). Religion: Theology, Symbolism, and Sacrament in Medieval Marriage. I Ferraro, Joanne M. & Pedersen, Frederik (Red.), A Cultural History of Marriage, Volume 2: A Cultural History of Marriage in the Medieval Age (500-1450). Bloomsbury Academic. ISSN 9781350001916. s. 37–56. doi: 10.5040/9781350179738.ch-002.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2019). Imaginative Immersion in the Cistercian Cloister. Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia (ACTA). ISSN 0065-0900. 31(17), s. 133–160. doi: 10.5617/acta.7804. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Engh, Line Cecilie; Eriksen, Stefka Georgieva & Steen, Francis F. (2019). Homo renovatur de die in diem. Transforming selves and communities. Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia (ACTA). ISSN 0065-0900. 31(17), s. 1–7. doi: 10.5617/acta.7797. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2019). What Kind of Marriage Did Pope Innocent III Really Enter into? Marriage Symbolism and Papal Authority. I Engh, Line Cecilie (Red.), The Symbolism of Marriage in Early Christianity and the Latin Middle Ages. Images, Impact, Cognition. Amsterdam University Press. ISSN 9789462985919. s. 301–327. doi: 10.5117/9789462985919/CH12.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie & Turner, Mark (2019). A Case Study of Symbolic Cognition. I Engh, Line Cecilie (Red.), The Symbolism of Marriage in Early Christianity and the Latin Middle Ages. Images, Impact, Cognition. Amsterdam University Press. ISSN 9789462985919. s. 13–35. doi: 10.5117/9789462985919/CH01.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2018). Truax, Jean. Aelred the Peacemaker: The Public Life of a Cistercian Abbot . Reading Religion. ISSN 2475-207X.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2017). Om å tenke med kvinner i middelalderen: Kjønnsperspektiver og kognitive perspektiver i idéhistorisk forskning. I Aasgaard, Reidar; Krefting, Ellen Marie & Schaanning, Espen (Red.), Grep om fortiden: Perspektiver og metoder i idéhistorie. Cappelen Damm Akademisk. ISSN 9788202565282. s. 119–136.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2016). Om narrasjoner, kvinnelige metaforer i middelalderen og våre litterære hjerner. En idehistorikers møte med kognitiv teori. Samtiden. ISSN 0036-3928. s. 178–186.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2015). KRETSCHMER, MAREK THUE, ed. La typologie biblique comme forme de pensée dans l’historiographie médiévale. Journal of Medieval Latin. ISSN 0778-9750. 25, s. 258–264. doi: 10.1484/j.jml.5.110215.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2015). Embodying the Female Body Politic: Pro-Papal Reception of Ephesians 5 in the Later Middle Ages. I Grung, Anne Hege; Kartzow, Marianne Bjelland & Solevåg, Anna Rebecca (Red.), Bodies, Borders, Believers: Ancient Texts and Present Conversations. Pickwick Publications. ISSN 9781625644046. s. 164–194.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2014). Magnum sacramentum. Kristningen av ekteskapet i middelalderen. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005. s. 23–45. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2013). The Sweet Secrets of the Bedchamber. Veiling and Unveiling in Bernard of Clairvaux’s Sermons on the Song of Songs. Mediaevalia. Textos e estudos. ISSN 0872-0991. 32, s. 65–83. doi: 10.1484/m.es-eb.5.106018.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2012). "Djevelens inngangsport" og "Kristi brud": Kvinnelige metaforers betydning i middelalderens askese og mystikk. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005. s. 93–110.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2009). Munkenes erotiske lek i bakvendtland hermeneutikk, kjønn og begjær i Bernard av Clairvaux' utlegning av Høysangen. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005. 21(1), s. 82–96.

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  • Engh, Line Cecilie; Eriksen, Stefka Georgieva; Steen, Francis F. & Prescott, Christopher (2019). Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia, vol. 31 [Special issue: Tools for Transformation. Liturgy and religious practices in Late Antique Rome and Medieval Europe] . Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia. ISBN 978-88-6687-165-1. 31(17). 280 s.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2019). The Symbolism of Marriage in Early Christianity and the Latin Middle Ages. Images, Impact, Cognition. Amsterdam University Press. ISBN 9789462985919. 351 s.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2014). Gendered Identities in Bernard of Clairvaux’s 'Sermons on the Song of Songs': Performing the Bride. Brepols. ISBN 978-2-503-55003-9.

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  • Eriksen, Stefka Georgieva; Engh, Line Cecilie & Lund, Ellen Cathrine (2022). Norgeshistorie: Middelalderen og oss. Episode 1: Europas lyse århundre. [Radio]. P2/ Norgeshistori podcast.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2021). Imaginative immersion into potential selves.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2021). Røff guide: Apofatisk mystikk fra middelalderen til i dag. Salongen – nettidsskrift for filosofi og idéhistorie. ISSN 2703-7053.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2021). Monasticism | Christianity | Medieval Times and Reformation Era. I Furey, Constance M. (Red.), Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception Volume 19. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 9783110313369. s. 714–718. doi: https%3A/doi.org/10.1515/ebr.monasticism.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2021). "Romantikk og begjær -- oppfinnelser fra middelalderen" En samtale mellom Line Cecilie Engh og samlivsterapeut Sissel Gran. Programleder Mari Lilleslåtten. [Internett]. Universitetsplassen – podkast fra UiO.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2020). The medieval monastery as emotional space.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2020). Romantisk kjærlighet – En oppfinnelse fra middelalderen. Minervanett.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2020). “Tempus Coronae,” Blog, forskning.no: https://blogg.forskning.no/blogg-idehistorisk-blikk/tempus-coronae/1689535, published 28/5/2020.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2019). Eukaristien og smakssansen i lys av salme 33: Smak og se at Herren er god.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2019). Words of delight. Christian rhetoric and monastic seduction from Augustine to Bernard of Clairvaux.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2019). Studentene må "avlæres". [Avis]. Vårt Land.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2019). Innledning til Høysangen: Resepsjons- og virkningshistorie. I Røsok, Ingvild (Red.), Studiebibelen: Bibelen i 2011-oversettelse med introduksjoner og kommentarer. Verbum Forlag. ISSN 9788254108734. s. 597–598.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2018). Minding medieval monks. Metaphor, memory, and imaginative immersion in Cistercian writing and liturgy.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2018). Memory and Liturgy: Transformative Remembering in Bernard of Clairvaux.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2018). Performed, Reformed, and Transformed Selves in Bernard of Clairvaux and Cistercian Liturgy.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2018). The Pope's Bride. Female Imagery in Papal Writing in the High Middle Ages.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2018). “Conceptualizing Public Things in the Middle Ages: Divine Domestic Life and the Female Body Politic”.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2017). Transforming group identities through liturgy. Blended viewpoints in Bernard of Clairvaux’s Sermons.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2017). Transforming group identities through liturgy.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2017). Describing the ineffable, seeing the invisible. Linguistic and conceptual representations of the divine in Bernard of Clairvaux’s sermons.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2016). Våre litterære hjerner. Morgenbladet. ISSN 0805-3847.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2016). What the one-sex theory cannot explain. Elite males who appropriated female traits and stances.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2016). “Making sense of gender in Bernard of Clairvaux’s Sermons on the Song of Songs. Why it’s worth the effort.”.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2016). Sed nunc fit in spiritu, quod tunc fiebat in carne. What kind of marriage did Pope Innocent III really enter into?
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2016). The woman who obsessed medieval minds.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2015). Imitatio imperii at the Roman Curia: A cognitive approach to papal symbolism and ceremony in the twelfth century.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2015). “Roma – Sposa o grande prostituta? Prospettive storiche sulle immagini della città”.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2014). Seeing and Knowing with the Bride of Christ: How a Metaphor Shaped Thought and Action in the Middle Ages.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2014). ‘He who has the bride’. Bridal imagery and papal authority.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2014). The pope's bride: ideology and impact.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2013). The pope’s bride.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2013). 'Et stort mysterium’. Kirken, ekteskapet og ekteskapsideologi i middelalderen.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2013). Debatten om de tidlige cistercienserne. Narrasjon og ideologiproduksjon i historieskriving.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2013). The Sweet Secrets of the Bed Chamber. Veiling and Unveiling in Bernard of Clairvaux’s Sermons on the Song of Songs.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2013). The Pleasure of Hermeneutics. Bernard of Clairvaux’s Inversions of Eroticism and Asceticism in the Sermons on the Song of Songs.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2012). Gender and Nuptial Imagery. Bernard’s Discourse in the Song of Songs.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2012). Female imagery in Bernard of Clairvaux’s Sermones super cantica canticorum. A literary analysis of an edited text.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2012). Project presentation: Between cloister and papacy. The impact of bridal imagery on power relations in Western Europe, 1150-1400.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2011). Munker som leker kvinner: En guddommelig forestilling. Salongen : Nettstedet for filosofi og idéhistorie.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2011). Bernard av Clairvaux som Kristi brud – Kjønn og retorikk i en middelaldertekst.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2011). Kjønn, kirkereformer og pavens ekteskap: Retorikk i den romerske høymiddelalder.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2011). Innslag om den hellige Bernard. [Radio]. Verdibørsen P2.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2011). Munken med melkespreng. Morgenbladet. ISSN 0805-3847.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2009). Bernard of Clairvaux: Gender Crossing as Spiritual Model in “Sermones super cantica canticorum.”.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2009). Jerusalem Hierarchized. Spiritual Desire, Spiritual Conquest, and the Song of Songs in Bernard of Clairvaux's Construal of Jerusalem.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2011). Performing the Bride. Gender and Self-Representation in Bernard of Clairvaux's Sermones super cantica canticorum. 07-Gruppen.
  • Engh, Line Cecilie (2006). Bernard av Clairvaux's brud: En studie av erotisk mystikk og feminin metaforikk i det 12. århundre. Universitetet i Oslo.

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Publisert 28. aug. 2012 13:50 - Sist endret 24. okt. 2021 15:32