Rethinking Secular Time in Victorian England

Book by Stefan Fisher-Høyrem, University of Agder, Norway.

This open access book draws on conceptual resources ranging from medieval scholasticism to postmodern theory to propose a new understanding of secular time and its mediation in nineteenth-century technological networks. Untethering the concept of secularity from questions of ‘religion’ and ‘belief’, it offers an innovative rethinking of the history of secularisation that will appeal to students, scholars, and everyone interested in secularity, Victorian culture, the history of technology, and the temporalities of modernity. 

Stefan Fisher-Høyrem (PhD) is a historian and Senior Academic Librarian at the University of Agder, Norway.

Click here to read the book (open access.)

Law, Theology & Culture Group seminars

This autumn, the Law, Theology & Culture Group seminars at Lund University will host the following seminars:

– 14 September 2022, 10:15-11:45 (Styrelserummet / Zoom): Leila Brännström (Lund), On the Juridico-political Thinking of Ayatollah Khomeini and Carl Schmitt

– 26 October 2022, 17:30-19:00 (only Zoom): Zalman Rothschild (NYU), Sovereignty, Reason, and Will: Carl Schmitt and Hasidic Legal Thought

– 10 November 2022, 16:00-17:30 (Styrelserummet / Zoom): Valentin Jeutner (Lund), Deciding without Exception: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Carl Schmitt on Sovereign Decision-Making

The Zoom link for all three talks is:
More information about the seminar series can be found here:!lawtheologyculture

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