Religion, History and Gender in Northern Europe c. 18002000
Johannes Ljungberg is a Postdoctoral Fellow in History at the University of Copenhagen. Alexander Maurits is a Senior Lecturer in Church History at Lund University. Erik Sidenvall is Adjunct Professor of Church History at Lund University.
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