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Ulrike Wuttke

specialist medieval Dutch literature, website


Her main research interest is medieval Dutch literature, more specifically eschatology in the vernacular in the 14th century. For her thesis she studied the themes, modes of representation and lines of traditions of eschatological topics in Middle Dutch literature. Christian eschatological topics mainly can be divided into individual and universal eschatology. Individual eschatology is mainly concerned with the afterlife of the soul of the individual after death, universal eschatology with the collective fate of Christianity after the end of time.

Her research has resulted in several articles and her PhD-thesis “‘Dit es dinde van goede en quade’: Eschatologie bei den Brabanter Autoren Jan van Boendale, Lodewijk van Velthem und Jan van Leeuwen (14. Jh.)”

  1. The End is Near!?!
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    Ulrike Wuttke of the university of Gent is a specialist in endtime thinking of the 14th century. Showing lot's of handwritten text, she states that apocalyptic prophecy was uses as literary device.
    Nowodays we think that in the 14th century people were afraid of the end of times, the Apocalopis, but Ulrike made an amzing discouvery: they were not!

    2013, slides, 15 min

    Shown at L&F Oude Kerk (05–07–2013)