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Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann

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jstievermann@hca.uni-heidelberg.de

 
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The Jonathan Edwards Center Germany

Activities & Announcements

  • January-May, 2021: Ryan Hoselton guest taught a seminar on Jonathan Edwards at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL.
  • Winter Semester 2020-2021: Hauptseminar: The American Jeremiad Tradition and Social Criticism in the U.S. Taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann.
  • Winter Semester 2020-2021: Übung: Readings in American Christian Thought. Taught by Ryan P. Hoselton (PhD).
  • Winter Semester 2020-2021: Proseminar: History of American Christian Missions. Taught by Ryan P. Hoselton (PhD).
  • Summer Semester 2020: Übung: Jonathan Edwards: His Life, Times, and Thought. Taught by Ryan P. Hoselton (PhD).
  • Summer Semester: Contemporary American Evangelicalism. Taught by Ryan P. Hoselton (PhD).
  • Oct. 2-4: “Jonathan Edwards and Germany,” co-presented by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann and Ryan Hoselton at Yale & the International Jonathan Edwards Conference, Yale University, New Haven, CT.
  • Winter semester 2019-2020: Hauptseminar: American Puritanism. Taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann.
  • August 21: “‘The Eyes of the Mind Opened’: Edwards and Spiritual Exegesis.” Presentation by Ryan Hoselton at The Jonathan Edwards Center at Gateway Seminary, Ontario, CA.
  • Summer semester 2019: Überblicksvorlesung (Lecture): History of American Evangelicalism from the Civil War to the Present. Taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann.
  • Sept. 21-22: conference on “Biblical Interpretation and Early Transatlantic Evangelicalism” at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. Co-organized by the Jonathan Edwards Center Germany and the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies.
  • Winter semester 2018-2019: Proseminar: History of American Christian Missions. Taught by Ryan P. Hoselton.
  • Summer semester 2018: Überblicksvorlesung (Lecture): History of American Evangelicalism from the Colonial Period to the Civil War. Taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann.
  • Summer Semester 2018: Übung: Reformed Protestantism in America: Old World Roots to Jonathan Edwards. Taught by Ryan P. Hoselton.
  • February 2018: Ryan Hoselton taught a seminar on “Jonathan Edwards: Pastor, Theologe und Erweckungsprediger,” at Martin Bucer Seminar, Munich.
  • Baden-Württemberg Seminar Lecture, October 26: “The Origins of Puritanism: Or, The Politics of ‘Reformation’ in Sixteenth-Century Britain.” David D. Hall, Professor of New England Church History Emeritus, Harvard University.
  • Winter Semester 2017-2018: Übung: Jonathan Edwards: His Life, Times, and Thought. Taught by Ryan P. Hoselton.
  • March 2017 conference talk: “Spiritual Meaning in 18th-Century Evangelical-Pietist Exegesis.” Co-presented by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann and Ryan Hoselton at “Multiple Reformations and the Authority and Interpretation of Scripture,” University of Notre Dame
  • January 2017: “The Word and the Spirit: Reformation Pneumatology in the Exegesis of Jonathan Edwards.” Presentation by Ryan Hoselton, American Historical Association/American Society of Church History, Denver, CO.
  • November 21, 2016. “The Indwelling Spirit and Experiential Knowledge in Jonathan Edwards’ Exegesis.” Presentation by Ryan Hoselton at the American Academy of Religion, San Antonio, TX.
  • Baden-Württemberg Seminar Lecture, February 7: “Free Conscience, Conversion, and Social Realities in Eighteenth-Century America.” Mark Valeri, Reverend Priscilla Wood Neaves Distinguished Professor of Religion and Politics, John Danforth Center on Religion and Politics, Washington University in St. Louis.
  • Winter Semester 2016-2017: Hauptseminar: The Origins of Early Evangelicalism. Taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann.

2015

  • Summer Semester 2015: Hauptseminar: The New England Tradition in American Reformed Theology. Co-taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann and Prof. Dr. Douglas Sweeney (Director of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Trinity Evangelical Divnity School).
  • 2015: The Jonathan Edwards Center at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School announced Ryan Hoselton as the winner of the Jonathan Edwards Graduate Student Paper Competition
  • March 3, “The German Lives of David Brainerd: Jonathan Edwards’s Biography and the German Pietist Construction of a Protestant History of World Mission.” Talk by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann at the Jonathan Edwards Center at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL.

2014

  • Summer Semester 2014: Hauptseminar: Transatlantic Awakenings, Pietismus in der Neuen und Alten Welt. Taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann and Prof Dr. Wolfgang Breul.

2013

  • Summer Semester 2013: Hauptseminar: American Puritanism. Taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Stievermann.

2012

  • Hauptseminar: Cultures of Mission in Early America. Co-taught by Prof. Drs. Jan Stievermann, Kenneth Minkema (Executive Editor of the Works of Jonathan Edwards), and Rachel Wheeler.
  • July 11-12, 2012: Inaugural Lecture on “Jonathan Edwards and the Transatlantic World of Books, by Dr. Peter J. Thuesen of Indiana University. International Symposium on “New Avenues in Jonathan Edwards Studies and Eighteenth-Century Religious History,” with talks from Kenneth Minkema, Hermann Wellenreuther, Sarah Rivett, Reiner Smolinski, and Andreas Beck.
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