Christopher Michael Ocker


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Job titleHonorary Professor
Research instituteFaculty of Theology and Philosophy
Faculty of Theology and Philosophy

Research outputs

An ecology of desire : Pierre d'Ailly's first theological work, a Latin commentary on the Song of Songs
Ocker, Christopher Michael. (2023). An ecology of desire : Pierre d'Ailly's first theological work, a Latin commentary on the Song of Songs. In The Song of Songs Through the Ages: Essays on the Song's Reception History in Different Times, Contexts, and Genres pp. 241-262 De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110750799-014

Book chapter

The Hybrid Reformation : A Social, Cultural, and Intellectual History of Contending Forces
Ocker, Christopher Michael. (2022). The Hybrid Reformation : A Social, Cultural, and Intellectual History of Contending Forces Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108775434

Book

The motion of another's death : Grief and mourning
Ocker, Christopher. (2020). The motion of another's death : Grief and mourning. In In Booth, Philip and Tingle, Elizabeth (Ed.). A companion to death, burial, and remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, c.1300-1700 pp. 368-392 Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004443433_015

Book chapter

Resacralizing the media of grace
Ocker, Christopher. (2020). Resacralizing the media of grace. In In C. Ocker and S. Elm (Ed.). Material Christianity: Western Religion and the Agency of Things pp. 69 - 101 Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32018-8_3

Book chapter

Christianity and the material, medieval to modern
Elm, Susanne and Ocker, Christopher. (2020). Christianity and the material, medieval to modern. In In C. Ocker and S. Elm (Ed.). Material Christianity: Western Religion and the Agency of Things; Volume 32 pp. 1 - 25 Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32018-8

Book chapter

Financial interests and the secularization of Church property
Ocker, Christopher. (2019). Financial interests and the secularization of Church property. In In G. Melville, G. Melville and J. I. Saranyana Closa (Ed.). Lutero 500 anni dopo: Una rilettura della Riforma luterana nel suo contesto storico ed ecclesiale: Raccolta di Studi in occasione del V centenario (1517-2017) pp. 209 - 238 Libreria Editrice Vaticana.

Book chapter

Spirit, writers, and biblical readers in "the Practical Circumstances of Life": A political hermeneutic
Ocker, Christopher. (2019). Spirit, writers, and biblical readers in "the Practical Circumstances of Life": A political hermeneutic. In In S. Alkier (Ed.). Sola Scriptura 1517-2017 pp. 59 - 82 Mohr Sieback.

Book chapter

Sexual crime and political conflict: An Alsatian nobleman is burned to death with his male lover in 1482
Ocker, Christopher. (2019). Sexual crime and political conflict: An Alsatian nobleman is burned to death with his male lover in 1482. In In U. Lotz-Heumann (Ed.). A Sourcebook of Early Modern History: Life, Death, and Everything in Between pp. 115 - 117 Routledge.

Book chapter

Luther, conflict, and Christendom: Reformation Europe and Christianity in the West
Ocker, Christopher. (2018). Luther, conflict, and Christendom: Reformation Europe and Christianity in the West Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108178624

Book

After the Peasants War: Barbara von Fuchstein fights for her property
Ocker, Christopher. (2017). After the Peasants War: Barbara von Fuchstein fights for her property. Renaissance and Reformation. 40(4), pp. 141 - 159.

Journal article

After Beryl Smalley: Thirty years of medieval exegesis, 1984-2013
Ocker, Christopher and Madigan, Kevin. (2015). After Beryl Smalley: Thirty years of medieval exegesis, 1984-2013. Journal of the Bible and Its Reception. 2(1), pp. 87 - 130. https://doi.org/10.1515/jbr-2015-0005

Journal article

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