Laura-Marie Mork

Doctoral Research Fellow

Early Modern History

Special fields:

  • Early Modern History
  • Religion and Politics
  • Reformation
  • Political Communication
  • 16th century
  • Legitimation of power and regal authority
Phone: 22590664
Office: 370C

Presentation

I am a doctoral student in secular and church history, and research the Swedish Empire in the 16th century. In my project I look at the reign of Gustav Vasa (1520-1560) and examine its political communication and language against the background of the interconnection of religion and politics.

Education and professional practice

2012 - 2017State Examination in History and Protestant Theology (Philipps-University of Marburg)
2014 - 2015Student Assistant at the Faculty of History, Department of Ancient History (Philipps-University of Marburg))
2015 - 2016ERASMUS-exchange in History and Education (Linköpings University)
2016 - presentStudies in preparation for the additional teacher’s examination: German as a Foreign Language (Philipps-University of Marburg)
2016 - 2018Student Assistant at the Faculty of History, Department of Early Modern History - Prof. Dr. Christoph Kampmann (Philipps-University of Marburg)
2016 - 2017Student Assistant at the SFB/ TRR 138 "Dynamics of Security", Subproject A03 - Securitization and dynastic marriage politics

Positions

2018 - presentMedlem av Arbeitskreis Systematisch-Theologische Predigtforschung
2018 - presentMedlem av Verein für Reformationsgeschichte