Lenk, Stefanie

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Lenk, Stefanie (30 November 2020). Staying Roman. Baptismal experiences in Late Antique North Africa (Unpublished). In: Materiality and Conversion: The Role of Material and Visual Cultures in the Christianization of the Latin West. Center for Early Medieval Studies Department of Art History, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic (online). 30.11.2020.

Lenk, Stefanie (30 November 2020). Staying Roman. Baptismal experiences in late antique North Africa (Unpublished). In: Workshop “Materiality and Conversion. The Role of Material and Visual Cultures in the Christianization of the Latin West”. Universität Brno, Center for Early Medieval Studies. 30.11.-1.12.2020.

Lenk, Stefanie (31 August 2019). Protestantische Horizonterweiterungen: Von Christlicher zu globaler Kunst in Universitätssammlungen theologischer Fakultäten des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts (Unpublished). In: Colloquium Rauricum: Horizo17. Colloquium Rauricum: Horizonte – eine Linie und ihre Bewegung in Kunst, Geschichte und Literaturns: A Line and its Movement in Art, History, and Literature. Augst. 29.-31. August 2019.

Lenk, Stefanie (2019). A relief of the 5th century B.C. and its Christian re-use - A Crusader spolia in Bari? (Unpublished). In: Workshop Transforming the Past: the concept of object biographies. University of Bern.

Lenk, Stefanie (18 June 2018). Problems of Reuse: Convenience and Conversion? An Exploration of Collaborative Method in Material Religion (Unpublished). In: Konferenz des Europäischen Verbands für Religionswissenschaften. Bern. 17.-21. Juni 2018.

Lenk, Stefanie (20 February 2018). Merely decorative? - How Mosaics in Baptisteries shape the Ritual (Unpublished). In: Vorlesungsreihe “Mosaics and Society in Late Antiquity”. Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, Oxford. 20. Februar 2018.

Lenk, Stefanie (2017). Material Religion in 19th Century Germany? - Ferdinand Piper's "Monumentale Theologie" and Schleiermacher's Legacy (Unpublished). In: Kolloquium Christianity, Theology and Heritage. Centre for Religion and Heritage und Protestantse Theologische Universiteit, Groningen.

Lenk, Stefanie (2017). Material Religion and ‘Monumental Theology’ – Since When do Theologians Care for Art? (Unpublished). In: Forschungskolloquium 'The objects of Art + Architecture'. Universität Groningen.

Lenk, Stefanie (2017). Imagining the Divine. What Art tells us about Religiosity (Unpublished). In: Friends' Lecture. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Lenk, Stefanie (2017). Imagining the Divine (Unpublished). In: Curator's Talk. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

Lenk, Stefanie (2017). From Empires of Faith to Imagining the Divine (Unpublished). In: Ashmolean Museum Research Seminar.

Lenk, Stefanie (2 June 2016). Late Antique Baptismal Imagery at Milreu and Mértola – Religious Ambivalence as a Strategy? (Unpublished). In: Congresso Internacional Arte e Religião na Lusitânia, Museu Nacional de Arqueologia. Lissabon. 2-3. Juni 2016.

Lenk, Stefanie (2016). Pre-Christian Imagery in Late Antique Baptisteries in North Africa – a Paradox? (Unpublished). In: Late Antique and Byzantine Art and Archaeology Seminar. St John’s College, Oxford.

Lenk, Stefanie (2016). Pagan roots - Reconstructing Christian tradition from late antique baptisteries (Unpublished). In: President’s Seminar. Wolfson College, Oxford.

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Lenk, Stefanie (2021). Widening Protestant Horizons: From Christian to global Art Collections in German theological Faculties of the 19th and 20th Centuries (Submitted). In: Horizonte - eine Linie und ihre Bewegung in Kunst, Geschichte und Literatur. Colloquium Rauricum

Lenk, Stefanie (2021). Der religiöse Horizont der Gegenwart – Rudolf Ottos Religionskundliche Sammlung (Marburg) zwischen Theologie und Religionswissenschaft (Submitted). In: Fricke, Beate; Burkart, Lucas (eds.) Horizonte - eine Linie und ihre Bewegung in Kunst, Geschichte und Literatur. Basel: Schwabe Verlag

Lenk, Stefanie (2020). Ferdinand Piper’s Monumentale Theologie (1867) and Schleiermacher’s Legacy: The Attempted Foundation of a Protestant Theology of Art. In: Elsner, Jaś (ed.) Empires of Faith in Late Antiquity. Histories of Art and Religion from India to Ireland (pp. 161-186). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Lenk, Stefanie (2020). Merging University Museum and Volksbildung – The Curatorial Strategies of Berlin’s Museum für Meereskunde in 1900 (In Press). In: Davidson, Kathleen; Duggins, Molly (eds.) Sea Currents in Nineteenth-Century Art, Science and Culture. Commodifying the Ocean World. London: Bloomsbury

Lenk, Stefanie (24 October 2019). A relief of the 5th century B.C. and its Christian re-use. A Crusader spolia in Bari? (Unpublished). In: Workshop Transforming the Past: The concept of object biographies. Universität Bern.

Lenk, Stefanie (30 August 2019). Widening Protestant Horizons: From Christian to global art collections in German theological faculties of the 19th and 20th centuries (Unpublished). In: Colloquium Rauricum: Horizons: A Line and its Movement in Art, History, and Literature. Landgut Castelen, Augst.

Lenk, Stefanie (2019). Cristãos Ibéricos e Antiguidade Clássica — o Baptistério de Milreu/Estói (Algarve) nos Finais da Antiguidade Tardia. In: García, Jorge Tomás; Del Prete, Vanessa (eds.) Imágenes, lengua y creencias en Lusitania romana. Access archaeology (pp. 108-133). Oxford: Archaeopress Publishing

Elsner, Jaś; Lenk, Stefanie (eds.) (2017). Imagining the Divine. Art and the Rise of World Religions. Oxford: Ashmolean Museum

Adrych, Philippa; Bracey, Robert; Dalglish, Dominic; Lenk, Stefanie; Wood, Rachel (2017). Images of Mithra. Visual conversations in art and archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Lenk, Stefanie (2017). Iberian Christians and the classical Past – The Baptistery of Milreu/Estói (Algarve) at the End of Late Antiquity. In: Bredekamp, Horst; Trinks, Stefan (eds.) Transformatio et continuatio. Forms of Change and Constancy of Antiquity in the Iberian Peninsula 500-1500. Transformationen der Antike: Vol. 43 (pp. 63-92). Berlin: De Gruyter

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