Christina Lutter

Christina Lutter

Univ.-Prof. Dr.

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Department of History • University of Vienna

Christina Lutter is Professor at the History Department, University of Vienna and PI of the research project Social and Cultural Communities in Medieval Central Europe. She holds a PhD from the Univ. of Vienna. Her habilitation on Geschlecht & Wissen. Monastische Reformgemeinschaften im 12. Jahrhundert (Vienna: Oldenbourg 2005) won several prices. From 1994 to 2007 she worked at the Austrian Ministry of Science and Research, first in programme management, later as Deputy Head and Head of the Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences. She is co-editor of the Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften (ZfK, Bielefeld, transcript) and member of the editorial board of Cultural Studies (NY; London: Routledge). Her research foci and interests relating to the VISCOM-Project on Social and Cultural Communities across Medieval Monastic, Urban, and Courtly Cultures, include Medieval and Early Modern Cultural and Gender History; Cultural Theory and Cultural Studies and Gender Studies.

Recent VISCOM-related publications include:

BOOKS

  • Eine Kulturgeschichte der Überlieferung. Mittel- und Südosteuropa im Mittelalter, with Elisabeth Gruber and Oliver Schmitt (UTB 4554 Medium, Vienna: Böhlau 2017), http://www.utb-shop.de/downloads/dl/file/id/1113/bibliographie.pdf
  • Eds., Meanings of Community Across Eurasia, with W. Pohl and E. Hovden (Visions of Community, vol 1, Leiden: Brill 2016), http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/books/9789004315693
  • Eds., Visions of Community. Comparative Approaches to Medieval Forms of Identity in Europe and Asia, with A. Gingrich (History and Anthropology, Thematic Journal Issue 26/1 (2015) London; NY: Routledge) http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ghan20/26/1?nav=tocList
  • Ed., Funktionsräume–Wahrnehmungsräume–Gefühlsräume. Mittelalterliche Lebensformen zwischen Kloster und Hof (Veröffentlichungen des IÖG 59), Vienna: Böhlau 2011.
  • Zwischen Hof und Kloster. Kulturelle Gemeinschaften im mittelalterlichen Österreich, Vienna: Böhlau 2010.

ARTICLES

  • Conceiving of Medieval Identities, in: Alessandro Arcangeli, Jörg Rogge and Hannu Salmi (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Cultural History in the Western World, 1250–2000, Part I: 1250–1500: Shaping Western Identities (London/N.Y. 2018), forthcoming.
  • Ways of Belonging to Medieval Vienna, in: Elisabeth Gruber and Susana Zapke (eds.), A Companion to Medieval and Early Modern Vienna 1250-1529, Brill’s Companion to European History (Leiden, expected 2017/18), forthcoming.
  • Affective Strategies for Narrating Community. Jans the “Enikels” Fürstenbuch as an Example of Vernacular Popular Culture, in: David Kalhous, Christina Lutter and Pavlina Rychterová (ed) Narrating Communities. Historiographies in Central and Eastern Europe (13-16 c.) (Historiographies of Identity 5, Turnhout: Brepols), in preparation.
  • Normative Ideals, Social Practice, and Doing Community in High Medieval Central European Reform Movements", in: Gert Melville and Katrin Rösler (eds.), Zwischen Gemeinschaft und Abgeschiedenheit. Zum Religiosentum in den südasiatischen Traditionen, im Buddhismus, im östlichen und im westlichen Christentum (Vita regularis, Lit Verlag: Berlin 2017, in press).
  • Vita communis in Central European Monastic Landscapes, in: Eirik Hovden, Christina Lutter and Walter Pohl (eds), Meanings of Community across Eurasia (Visions of Community, vol. 1, Leiden: Brill 2016), 362-387. http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/books/b9789004315693s017
  • (K)Ein Bischof für Wien? Die österreichischen Herzöge und ihre Bischöfe, gem. mit Elisabeth Gruber, In: Bischofsstadt ohne Bischof? Präsenz, Interaktion und Hoforganisation in bischöflichen Städten des Mittelalters (1300–1600), ed. Andreas Bihrer und Gerhard Fouquet (Residenzenforschung, NF: Stadt und Hof, Kiel 2017), 217-252.
  • Negotiated Consent: Power Policy and the Integration of Regional Elites in late 13th Century Austria, in: Policies of disciplined dissent in the 12th to early 16th centuries, ed. Fabrizio Titone (Roma: Viella 2016), 41-64.
  • Geteilte soziale Räume und gemeinsame Zugehörigkeiten: Die Wiener Zisterzienserinnen um 1300, in: Christine Kleinjung and Thomas Kohl (eds), Konstanz und Wandel. Religiöse Lebensformen im europäischen Mittelalter (Studien und Texte zur Geistes- und Sozialgeschichte des Mittelalters 10, Korb: Didymos 2016), 201-219.
  • Emotionale Repertoires in religiösen Gemeinschaften des 13. Jahrhunderts. Eine Re-Lektüre von Heinrich Fichtenau, Askese und Laster, in: Katharina Kaska and Andreas Schwarcz (eds), Urkunden - Schriften - Lebensordnungen. Neue Beiträge zur Mediävistik (Veröffentlichungen des IÖG, Vienna: Böhlau 2015), 91-112, Link: http://epub.oeaw.ac.at/0xc1aa500e_0x0032a993?frames=yes
  • Comparative Approaches to Visions of Community, in: History and Anthropology 26/1, 2015 (Thematic Journal Issue, ed. Andre Gingrich and Christina Lutter, Visions of Community. Comparative Approaches to Medieval Forms of Identity in Europe and Asia), 129-143; DOI: 10.1080/02757206.2014.930738; Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02757206.2014.930738
  • Geistliche Gemeinschaften in der Welt. Kommentar zur Sektion Individuum und Gemeinschaft. Innen und Außen, in: Gert Melville, Bernd Schneidmüller and Stefan Weinfurter (eds), Klöster im Mittelalter zwischen Jenseits und Welt (Klöster als Innovationslabore, Bd. 1), Regensburg: Schnell & Steiner 2014, 145-160; Link: http://epub.oeaw.ac.at/0xc1aa500e_0x0032a991?frames=yes 
  • Social Groups, Personal Relations, and the Making of Communities in Medieval vita monastica, in: Jörg Rogge (ed), Making Sense as Cultural Practice. Historical perspectives (Mainzer Historische Kulturwissenschaften 17, Bielefeld: Transcript 2013), 45-61. Link: http://epub.oeaw.ac.at/0xc1aa500e_0x0031d668 
  • “Locus horroris et vastae solitudinis”? Zisterzienser und Zisterzienserinnen in und um Wien, in: Historisches Jahrbuch 132 (2012), 141-176.
  • Preachers, Saints, and Sinners. Emotional Repertoires in High Medieval Religious Role Models, in: Jonas Liliequist (ed), A History of Emotions, 1200-1800 (Studies for the International Society for Cultural History 2, London; Vermont: Pickering & Chatto 2012), 49-63. Link: http://epub.oeaw.ac.at/0xc1aa500e_0x0031d666 
  • Spacing History, Historizing Culture. Urban Studies, Cultural Studies, and Vienna. Review Essay, in: Modern Intellectual History 9/2 (2012) 463–475. DOI:10.1017/S1479244312000133, Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1479244312000133 
Last Update: 21.06.17