My name is Magnus Lundberg (b. 1972) and I’m Professor of Church and Mission Studies at the Department of Theology, Uppsala university, Sweden. Though I teach World Christianity and Church History more broadly, my own research is focused on colonial Latin American church history.

Contact Details

Magnus Lundberg

Department of Theology
P.O. Box 511
SE-751 20 Uppsala
Sweden/Suecia

magnus.lundberg@teol.uu.se

University website

Curriculum Vitae

University Degrees

Doctor of Theology, Missiology with Ecumenics, Lund University, June 2002.

Licentiate of Theology, Missiology with Ecumenics, Lund University, April 2000.

Archival Science (one year’s full time studies), Department of History, Stockholm University, August 1999 – June 2000.

Bachelor of Theology, Lund University, January 1997.

Bachelor of Philosophy, Lund University, November 1996.

Academic Positions

Professor of Church and Mission Studies, Department of Theology, Uppsala University, Jan 2016-

Acting Professor of Church History, Department of Theology, Uppsala University, Jan 2016-

Associate Professor (Universitetslektor/Docent), Church and Mission Studies (permanent position), Department of Theology, Uppsala University, April 2010-Jan 2016.

Researcher (Bank of Sweden Tercentary Foundation), Department of Theology, Uppsala University, July 2010—April 2014

Assistant Professor (Universitslektor), Church and Mission Studies, Department of Theology, Uppsala University, October 2007- April 2010.

Researcher (Swedish Research Council), Department of Theology, Uppsala University, July 2006-December 2008, July 2009-December 2009.

Assistant Professor, Mission Studies (substitute), Department of Theology, Uppsala University, February 2004-June 2006.

Guest Professor, Centro de Estudios de las Tradiciones, Colegio de Michoacán, Zamora, Mexico, November 2002 – April 2003.

Academic Assignments

Director of Studies, PhD level, Department of Theology, Uppsala University, January 2010-June 2017.

Director, Forum for Latin American Studies, Uppsala University, January 2014-December 2015.

Chairperson, Church and Mission Studies (ämnesområdeskollegieordförande), Department of Theology, Uppsala University, July 2011-June 2014.

Director of Studies, Euroculture Master Programme, Uppsala University, January 2009-August 2010.

Editor of SMT: Swedish Missiological Themes/Svensk Missionstidskrift, January 2004-December 2008.

Currently (2017) main supervisor for one PhD student in World Christianity and Interreligious Studies. Main supervisor for two PhD students in Church History.

Assistant supervisor for four PhD students in World Christianity and Interreligious Studies and two PhD students in Church History.

Supervisor for two PhD students in World Christianity and Interreligious Studies, who defended their dissertation in 2014 and 2016 respectively.

Research Abroad

Chile, 2011.

Costa Rica, 2005.

Ecuador, 2013.

Ethiopia, 2006.

Great Britain, 2006-2007.

Mexico, 2000-2001, 2002-2003, 2007, 2008, 2009.

Nicaragua, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2000-2001, 2005.

Peru, 2013.

Spain, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2013.

The United States of America, 2001.

Visits to around 60 other countries

Guest Professor, Centro de Investigaciones sobre América Latina y el Caribe, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City, September-October 2009.

Guest Professor, Centro de Estudios de las Tradiciones, Colegio de Michoacán, Zamora, Mexico, November 2002 – April 2003.

Research Interests

Latin American Church and Mission History

European Church History

Scandinavian Revival Movements, 18th and 19th c.

Processes of Religious Change in Latin America

Indigenous Catholic Priests in Spanish America

Contemplative Women’s Missionary Roles

Mariology and Marian Apparitions

Catholic Traditionalism and Contemporary Catholic Dissenter Groups

Modern Alternative Popes

Mission and Popular Culture

The Moravian Church and its missionary work

Apocalypticism in Catholic and Evangelical traditions

Current Research Projects

Currently, I conduct research on several, quite different subjects. One of my main projects concerns what I call Modern Alternative Popes, i.e., men who claim that they, and not the man in Rome, are the true pope. From the 1960s onwards, there have been more than twenty such claimants. The majority claim that they have been elected directly by God. Others have been elected in alternative conclaves. Some of these popes have had many thousand adherents, e.g. Clément XV of the Renovated Church (Clémery, France), Jean-Grégoire XVII (Saint-Jovite, Canada) and the four popes of the Palmarian Church (Palmar de Troya, Spain). Others have had a much more reduced number of followers. In 2017, I published the first of two books on the subject: A Pope of Their Own: El Palmar de Troya and the Palmarian Church. The second book, which will probably be completed in 2018, deals with other contemporary claimants. It has the working title: Could the True Pope Please Stand Up: Modern Alternative Popes.

My other research projects concern Pietist revivals in Western Sweden during the early-19th-century. In focus is Abela Gullbransson (1775-1822), a merchant’s wife from Varberg, who was an important figure in this movement within the Lutheran Church. My aim is to write a book about her theology and her sources of inspiration and to relate her to other religious actors of the time. The most important source for the study of her theology is a collection of some 140 letters of spiritual counsel that she wrote between 1809 and 1822. Another important source is a collection of her hymns that was published for the first time in 1823, one year after her death. It later appeared in almost 20 re-editions. My own book has the working title: Abela Gullbransson och himlavägen: Texter, influenser och kontakter i det tidiga 1800-talets västsvenska väckelser. [Abela Gullbransson and the Road to Heaven: Texts, Influences and Contacts in the Early-19th-century revivals in Western Sweden].

 

Finished Research Projects

I recently completed the research project Mission and Ecstasy: Contemplative women’s role in the mission in colonial Latin America (2010-2014), financed by the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation. The main objective of the project was to study Spanish-American and Filipina contemplative women’s role in Roman Catholic missionary in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. This group includes both nuns and beatas, recogidas and donadas, who did not take formal vows but lived nun-like lives.

In colonial Latin America mission was above all the task of male religious specialists. Spanish-American and Filipina contemplative women’s more indirect role for the mission is an almost unexplored area. This role included methods such as prayer and vicarious suffering, but also “travels in spirit” to the mission fields. The sources are numerous. Above all, these are autobiographical texts that individual women wrote on the instigation of their confessors or hagiographies churchmen wrote about them. Most of these sources are available in the Spanish, Mexican and Chilean national libraries, and in the John Carter Brown Library.

On the one hand, the source material presented a female religious ideal built on silence, obedience, chastity and a radical detachment (enclosure), but one the other hand there were often very far-reaching claims of spiritual authority and stories about activities, which at least were on the borderline of what church authorities could accept. My study can help to further problematize the relationship between apostolic and contemplative religious life. The goal of the project is to publish a book in English, a couple of articles in Spanish and English, as well as some more popularised articles in Swedish.

Another area of interest of mine is contemporary Marian apparitions and their relations to the emergence of the Catholic traditionalist dissenter groups. These purported apparitions of the Virgin Mary are not accepted as true by the Roman Catholic hierarchy, and over time some apparition gave rise to separate religious movements. Above all, my research has focused on the Spanish Palmarian Church.

I have completed the research project Religion in the borderland: Resistance, adaptation and dialogue in colonial Mexico (2006-2009), which was funded by the Swedish Research Council. The goal of this project was to study the relationship between parish priests and indigenous (above all Nahuatl-speaking) parishioners in the Archdiocese of Mexico and the diocese of Puebla during the first half of the seventeenth century. My goal was also to study the relationship between ecclesiastical norm and their applications on the parish level. For this project, I have used manuscript and printed materials in the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, the British Library, the Archivo General de la Nación in Mexico City and a number of other Mexican archives and libraries. Apart from a few articles in English, Spanish and Swedish, I have written a monograph entitled Church Life Between the Metropolitan and the Local: Parishes, Parishioners and Parish Priests in Seventeenth-Century Mexico (Orlando, FL: Iberoamericana-Vervuert, 2011).

My doctoral dissertation (University of Lund in 2002, Spanish translation of a revised and expanded version 2009) also deals with the Mexican church history. The thesis is a thematic biography of Alonso de Montúfar, Archbishop of Mexico between 1554 and 1572. It deals mainly discussions during this time about how to organize the early Mexican church. Should the church in Mexico is organized in exactly the same way as in Spain or did the so-called New World require new methods? The thesis was entitled Unification and Conflict: The Church Politics of Alonso de Montufar OP, Archbishop of Mexico, 1554-1572 (Uppsala: Swedish Institute of Missionary Research 2002). The Spanish translation made by Professor Alberto Carrillo Cazares called Unificación y conflicto: La Gestión Episcopal de Alonso de Montufar OP, arzobispo de México, 1554-1572 (Zamora, Mich .: Colegio de Michoacán, 2009)

Major Research Grants

“Mission and Ecstasy: Contemplative Women’s Missionary Role in Colonial Latin America (2010-2014), Bank of Sweden Tercentary Foundation, 1 830 000 SEK (ca. € 200,000)

“Religion on the Border: Resistance, Adaptation and Dialogue in Colonial Mexico”, Swedish Research Council (2006-2009), 1 191 000 SEK (ca. € 130 000)

Publications

A. Monographs

A6: Can the True Pope Please Stand Up: Modern Alternative Popes, forthcoming, 2017

A5: A Pope of their Own: El Palmar de Troya and the Palmarian Church, Uppsala: Uppsala University, 2017.

A4: Mission and Ecstasy: Contemplative Women and Salvation in Colonial Spanish America and the Philippines, Uppsala: Swedish Institute of Mission Research, 2015, 270 pp.

Reviews: The Catholic Historical Review 102: 3 (2016), Hispanic American Historical Review 92:2 (2016), Colonial Latin American Review 26:2 (2017).

A3: Church Life between the Metropolitan and the Local: Parishes, Parishioners, and Parish Priests in Seventeenth-Century Mexico, Orlando, FL: Vervuert & Iberoamericana, 2011, 278 pp.

Reviews: Iberoamericana 48 (2012), Colonial Latin American Historical Review, Ser. 2 1 (2013), Mesoamérica 55 (2013), Bulletin of Latin American Research, 33:1 (2014), Estudios de Historia Novohispana 51 (2014).

A2: Unificación y conflicto: La gestión episcopal de Alonso de Montúfar OP, Arzobispo de México, 1554-1572. [Spanish translation of a revised and expanded version of my dissertation. Translator: Alberto Carrillo Cázares]. Zamora: Colegio de Michoacán, 2009, 301 pp.

Reviews: Estudios de Historia Novohispana 51 (2011).

A1: Unification and Conflict: The Church Politics of Alonso de Montúfar OP, Archbishop of Mexico, 1554-1572. [Doctoral dissertation] Uppsala: Swedish Institute for Missionary Research 2002, 268 pp.

B. Edited Works

B7: Magnus Lundberg & David Westerlund (eds.) Religion i Latinamerika, Stockholm: Dialogos förlag, 2012, 343 pp.

B6: SMT: Svensk Missionstidskrift/Swedish Missiological Themes, 96 (2008), 439 pp.

B5: SMT: Svensk Missionstidskrift/Swedish Missiological Themes, 95 (2007), 532 pp.

B4: SMT: Svensk Missionstidskrift/Swedish Missiological Themes, 94 (2006), 569 pp.

B3: SMT: Svensk Missionstidskrift/Swedish Missiological Themes, 93 (2005), 544 pp.

B2: SMT: Svensk Missionstidskrift/Swedish Missiological Themes, 92 (2004), 627 pp.

B1: SMT: Svensk Missionstidskrift/Swedish Missiological Themes, 91:2 (2003) Special Issue on the Church in Colonial Latin America, 140 pp.

C. Scholarly Articles

C23: ”Högt ovanför klausuren: Spansk-amerikanska kontemplativa kvinnors andliga flygfärder”, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift (116) 2016, pp. 57–80.

C23: “Modern Alternative Popes“, [only published on-line], 64 pp. 2015

C22: “The Archbishop and the Virgin: Alonso de Montúfar and the Early Cult of Our Lady of Guadalupe”, [only published on-line], 28 pp. 2015

C21: “Palmar de Troya – Palmarian Catholic Church”, 60 pp. in:  World Religion and Spirituality Project, led by Professor David G. Bromley at Virgin Commonwealth University at Richmond (www.wrs.vcu.edu), 2015.

C20: “Gustaf Lindeberg and the Place of Academic Mission Studies in Sweden, 1910s-1930s”, in: Carine Dujardin & Claude Prudhomme (eds.), Mission & Science: Missiology Revisited/Missiologie revisitée, 1850-1940, Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2015.

C19: ”Jesuiterna, Kina och Europa”, in: Världen på Kulturen. Kulturens årsbok 2014, Lund: Kulturen i Lund, 2014, p. 101-111

C18: ”Guds sargade atlet: Isabel de la Encarnación och demonerna.”, in: Susanne Olsson, Olof Sundqvist & David Thurfjell (eds.), Zlatan Frälsaren och andra texter om religion och idrott, Stockholm: Molin & Sorgenfrei, 2014, p. 218-232

C17: ”Fighting the Modern together with the Virgin Mary: The Palmarian Church”, Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, 17.2 (2013): 40-60

C16: “Alonso de la Mota y Escobar: Ambición y santidad en la Nueva España, Siglos XVI y XVII”, in: Lillian von der Walde & Mariel Reinoso (eds.), Virreinatos II, Mexico City: Editorial Grupo Destiempos, 2013, p. 78-90.

C15: ”Mission Studies as Academic Discipline and Popular Science: Gustaf Lindeberg (1878-1961)”, SMT 99:2 (2011), p. 197-209

C14: “Justicia eclesiástica en un escenario local novohispano: Peticiones indígenas de Ixcateopan en el siglo XVII”, in: Ana de Zaballa Beascoechea (ed.) Iglesia, justicia y población indígena en la América virreinal. Frankfurt am Main, Madrid & Orlando: Iberoamericana & Vervuert, 2011, p. 221-238.

C13: “Den palmarianska kyrkan”, Signum 2010:5, p. 41-47.

C12: “Relación de la visita pastoral del arzobispado de México de Juan de Mañozca y Zamora, 1646”, Historia Mexicana 230 (2008), p. 861-890.

C11: “El clero indígena en Hispanoamérica: De la legislación a la implementación y práctica eclesiástica”, Estudios de Historia Novohispana 38 (2008), p. 39-62.

C10: ”’Ordets frön och strålar av sanningen’: Det romersk-katolska läroämbetets tolkning av de icke-kristna religionerna sedan Andra Vatikankonciliet”, in: Aasulv Lande & Carl Sundberg (eds.), Religionsmöten och religionsdialog, Uppsala: Swedish Institute for Mission Research, 2007, p. 77-94.

C9: ”Roman Catholic Church Archives in Latin America: Status Quaestionis”, SMT 95:1 (2007), p. 71-83.

C8: “Robert Thomson och inkvisitionen: Bildkritik, protestantism och främlingskap i det tidigmoderna Mexiko.”, Kyrkohistorisk Årsskrift, 2006, p. 69-83.

C7: ”Las actas de los concilios mexicanos: Historia diplomática y estudio de su itenerario”, Anuario de Historia de la Iglesia 15 (2006), p. 259-268.

C6: “Catarina de San Juans andliga flygfärder genom Asien”, Signum 31:9 (2005), p. 34-40.

C5: “’Un Capitán en la lucha contra Satanás’: Cristianización y autoridad en los escritos de Alonso de Montúfar”, in: Alicia Mayer & Ernesto de la Torre Villar (eds.) Religión, Poder y Autoridad en la Nueva España. UNAM-Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, Mexico City, 2004, p. 41-54.

C4: ”Gustaf Knös och resan till kontinenten”, Personhistorisk Tidskrift 100:1 (2004), p. 13-23.

C3: ”Nahua reactions to the conflicts between Bishops and Friars in Sixteenth-Century Mexico”, Acta Americana 11:2 (2003), p. 43-53.

C2: “The Ordination of Indians in Spanish America: Law, Prejudice, and Practice during Three Centuries”, SMT 91:2 (2003), p. 297-322.

C1:”Gustaf Lindeberg och missionstudiet vid Lunds universitet”, SMT, 86:3 (1998).

D. Other Articles (a selection)

D26: “Modern Alternative Popes”, [only published on-line], 64 pp., 2015.

D25: “Det mexikanska Nya Jerusalem”, [only published on-line], 8 pp., 2015.

D 24: “Holy Apostolic Catholic Palmarian Church” [Profile], World Religion and Spirituality Project, led by Professor David G. Bromley at Virginia Commonwealth University at Richmond, 2015 (www.wrs.vcu.edu).

D23: “Magnus Mörner 1924-2012”, Hispanic American Historical Review 92.4 (2012): 742-744.

D22: “Magnus Mörner”, Upsala Nya Tidning, 26 April, 2012.

D21: [With David Westerlund] “Förord” in: Magnus Lundberg & David Westerlund (eds.) Religion i Latinamerika, Stockholm: Dialogos, 2012.

D20: “Inledning” in: Magnus Lundberg & David Westerlund (eds.) Religion i Latinamerika, Stockholm: Dialogos förlag, 2012.

D19: [With Olle Kristenson],“Katolicism”, in: Magnus Lundberg & David Westerlund (eds.), Religion i Latinamerika. Stockholm: Dialogos förlag, 2012, p. 104-169; my contribution on p. 104-156.

D18: [With Anna Sofia Hedberg], ”Protestantism”, in: Magnus Lundberg & David Westerlund (eds.) Religion i Latinamerika, Stockholm: Dialogos förlag, 2012, p. 170-191; my contribution on p. 170-184.

D17: “En kvinnlig missionär tog sig an England”, Svenska Dagbladet, 15 July 2010.

D16: “Luther en orm i Mexikos paradis”, Svenska Dagbladet, 26 August 2009.

D15: “Ett skepp kommer lastat med laster”, Svenska Dagbladet, 10 May 2009.

D14: [With Carlos Contreras] “Conversación con Magnus Mörner”, Histórica, 32:2 (2008), p. 195-205.

D13: [With Gustaf Björck], “David Kerr: A Selected Bibliography”, SMT 96:3 (2008).

D13: “Den hårda striden om Guds stad”, Svenska Dagbladet, 11 June 2007.

D12: “Archives, Societal Amnesia, and Survival”, SMT 95:1 (2007), p. 5-7.

D11: “Mission Studies at Uppsala University”, SMT 94:4 (2006), p. 503-510.

D10: “Mayafolkets röster ekar i ny forskning”, Svenska Dagbladet, 16 August 2006.

D9: ”Den heliga jungfrun en krigisk general”, Svenska Dagbladet, 3 November 2005.

D8: “Kan den rätte påven resa sig?”, Dagens Nyheter, 26 July 2005.

D7: ”Aasulv Lande and Missiology”, SMT 92:3 (2004), p. 313-318.

D6: ”Aasulv Lande: A Bibliography 1971-2003”, SMT, 92:3 (2004), p. 319-327.

D5: “The Church in Colonial Latin America”, SMT 91:2 (2003), p. 3-5.

D4: ”The Concept of Mission During Ninety Years of SMT”, SMT 92:3 (2002).

D3: [With Aasulv Lande] ”Missionsvetenskap med ekumenik”, in: Birger Olsson, Göran Bexell och Göran Gustafsson (eds.) Theologicum i Lund undervisning och forskning i tusen år, Lund: Teologiska Institutionen, 2001, p. 150-155.

D2: [With Leif Lindin], ”Avhandlingar vid teologiska institutionen i Lund 1900-1999”, in: Birger Olsson, Göran Bexell och Göran Gustafsson (eds.) Theologicum i Lund undervisning och forskning i tusen år, Lund: Teologiska Institutionen, 2001, p. 213-233.

D1: [With Leif Lindin], ”Lärare vid teologiska institutionen i Lund 1900-1999”, in: Birger Olsson, Göran Bexell och Göran Gustafsson (red.) Theologicum i Lund undervisning och forskning i tusen år, Teologiska Institutionen, Lund 2001, p. 205-212.

E. Scholarly Reviews

E44: [Review of:] Chris Maunder, Our Lady of the Nations: Apparitions of Mary in Twentieth-Century Catholic Europe, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 117 (2017). Forthcoming

E43: [Review of:] Jeffrey D. Burson & Jonathan Wright, The Jesuit Suppression in Global Context: Causes, Events, and Consequent. Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 117 (2017) Forthcoming

E42: [Review of:] Paul Peucker, A Time of Sifting: Mystical Marriage and the Crisis of Moravian Piety in the Eighteenth Century, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 117 (2017) Forthcoming

E41: [Review of:] William B. Taylor, Theater of a Thousand Wonders: A History of Miraculous Images and Shrines in New Spain, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 117 (2017) Forthcoming

E40: [Review of:] Julie Byrne, The Other Catholics: Remaking America’s Largest Religion. Nova Religio (2017) Forthcoming

E39: [Review of:] Celia Cussen, Black Saint of the Americas: The Life and the Afterlife of Martín de Porres, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 116 (2016).

E38: [Review of:] Virginia Garrard-Burnett, Paul Freston & Stephen C. Dove (ed.), The Cambridge History of Religions in Latin America, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 116 (2016).

E37: [Review of:] Gustavo Morello, SJ The Catholic Church and Argentina’s Dirty War, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 116 (2016).

E36: [Review of:] Alexandre Coello de la Rosa, Jesuits at the Margins, Missions and Missionaries in the Marianas (1668-1769), Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 116 (2016).

E35: [Review of:] Joachim Östlund, Saltets pris: Svenska slavar i Nordafrika och handeln i Medelhavet 1650-1770, Signum 2015:4.

E34: [Review of] John M Flannery, The Mission of the Portuguese Augustinians in Persia and Beyond (1602-1747), Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 115 (2015).

E33: [Review of:] Karl Offen & Terry Rugeley, The Awakeing Coast: An Anthology of Moravian Writings from Mosquita and Eastern Nicaragua, 1849-1899. Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 115 (2015).

E32: [Review of:] Ana Carolina Hosne, The Jesuit Missions to China and Peru, 1570-1610: Expectations and Appraisals of Expansionism. Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 115 (2015)

E31: [Review of]: Pamila Gupta, The Relic State: St. Francis Xavier and the Politics of Ritual in Portuguese India. Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift 115 (2015)

E30: [Review of]: Steven E. Turley, Franciscan Spirituality and Mission in New Spain, 1524-1599. Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 114 (2014).

E29: [Review of]: Edward T. Brett, The New Orleans Sisters of the Holy Family: African American Missionaries to the Garifuna of Belize Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 114 (2014).

E28: [Review of]: Franklin Steven Jabini, Christianity in Suriname Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 114 (2014).

E27: [Review of:] Mónica Díaz, Indigenous Writings from the Convent: Negotiating Ethnic Autonomy in Colonial Mexico, Tucson 2011, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 112 (2012).

E26: [Review of:] Anne J. Cruz & Rosilie Hernández (eds.), Women’s Literacy in Early Modern Spain and the New World, Ashgate, 2011, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 112 (2012).

E25: [Review of:] Edward L. Cleary, How Latin America Saved the Soul of the Catholic Church, New York: Paulist Press, 2009 & Frances Hagopian (ed.), Religious pluralism, democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America, Notre Dame, 2009,  Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 111 (2011).

E24: [Review:] ”Tidigkolonial mission i Peru”: Bertil K. Lundberg, ”Jesus är för spanjorerna”: Studier av den katolska missionens misslyckande i det tidigkoloniala Peru, Göteborg, 2010, Historisk Tidskrift, 131:3 (2011), p.657-663.

E23: [Review of:] Lee M. Penyak & Walter J. Petry (eds.), Religion and Society in Latin America, Maryknoll, 2009, Hispanic American Historical Review, 91:2 (2011), p. 345-346.

E22: [Review of:] Éric Roulet, L’évangélisation des indiens du Mexique: Impact et realité de la conquête sprituelle (XVIe siècle), Rennes, 2008, SMT, 98:3 (2010) : 395-396.

E21: [Review of:] Olle Kristenson, Pastor in the Shadow of Violence: Gustavo Gutiérrez as a Public Pastoral Theologian in Peru in the 1980s and 1990s, Uppsala, 2009, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 110 (2010), p. 248-249.

E20: [Review of:] Mailyn H Fedewa, María of Ágreda, Mystical Lady in Blue, Albuquerque, 2009, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 110 (2010), p. 221-223.

E19: [Review of:] Beatriz Ferrús Antón & Nuria Girona Fibla (eds.) Vida de Sor Francisca Josefa de Castillo. Madrid & Frankfurt am Main, 2009, Kyrkohistorisk årsskrift, 110 (2010), p. 220-221.

E18: [Review of:] Martin Austin Nesvig, Ideology and Inquisition: The World of the Censors in Early Mexico, New Haven, 2009, i: Lychnos: Årsbok för idé och lärdomshistoria, 2010.

E17: [Review of:] Asunción Lavrin, Brides of Christ: Conventual Life in Colonial Mexico, Stanford, 2008, Kyrkohistorisk Årsskrift, 109 (2009), p. 170-172.

E16: [Review of:] Brian P. Owensby, Empire of Law and Indian Justice in Colonial Mexico, Stanford, 2008;  Lychnos: Årsbok för idé- och lärdomshistoria, 2009, p. 366-367.

E15: [Review of:] Stuart B Schwartz, All Can Be Saved: Religious Tolerance and Salvation in the Iberian Atlantic World. New Haven & London, 2008, SMT 97:2 (2009), p. 273-276.

E14: [Review of:] Anna Sofia Hedberg, Outside the World: Cohesion and Deviation among Old Colony Mennonites in Bolivia. Uppsala, 2007, Kyrkohistorisk Årsskrift, 108 (2008), p. 233-234.

E13: [Review of:] Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, The Black Madonna in Latin America and Europe: Tradition and Transformation. Albuquerque, 2007, Kyrkohistorisk Årsskrift 108 (2008), p. 183-184.

E12: [Review of:] Josep-Ignasi Saranyana (dir.) och Carmen-José Alejos Grau (coord.) Teología en América Latina, vol. II/2, Madrid & Frankfurt am Main, 2008, Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift (2008), p. 134-135.

E11: [Review of:] Ondina E. González & Justo L. González, Christianity in Latin America: A History, Cambridge, 2007, SMT 96:2 (2008), p. 185-188.

E10: [Review of:] Margarita Menegus Bornemann & Rodolfo Aguirre Salvador, Los indios, el sacerdocio, y la Universidad en Nueva España, Siglos XVI-XVII. Mexico City, 2006, The Americas: A Quarterly Review of Inter-American Cultural History, 64:3 (2008), p. 464-465.

E9: [Review of:] Allan Greer, Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits, Oxford & New York, 2005, Kyrkohistorisk Årsskrift, 106 (2007), p. 246-248.

E8: [Review of:] Charlene Villaseñor Black, Creating the Cult of St. Joseph: Art and Gender in the Spanish Empire, Princeton & Oxford, 2006, Kyrkohistorisk Årsskrift, 106 (2007), p. 236-237.

E7: [Review of:] Josep-Ignasi Saranyana (dir.) & Carmen-José Alejos Grau (coord.) Teología en América Latina. Vol II/1, Madrid &, Frankfurt am Main, 2005, Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift 2007:1, p. 46-47.

E6: [Review of:] Luis Millones Figueroa & Domingo Ledezma (eds.) El saber de los jesuitas, historias naturales y el Nuevo Mundo, Frankfurt & Madrid 2005, i: Hispanic American Historical Review 86 (2006), p. 813-814.

E5: [Review of:] Adriaan C. Van Oss, Church and Society in Spanish America, Amsterdam:, 2003, i: SMT, 94:1 (2006), p. 245-246.

E4: [Review of:] Arturo Piedra, Evangelización Protestante en América Latina. Análisis de las razones que justificaron y promovieron la expansion protestante 1830-1960. San José & Quito, 2002-2005, SMT, 94:1 (2006), p. 107-110.

E3: [Review of:] Allan Greer & Jodi Bilinkoff (eds.), Colonial Saints: Discovering the Holy in the Americas, 1500-1800, New York & London, 2003, SMT 93:1 (2005), p. 131-133.

E2: [Review of:] Monserrat Galí Boadella (ed.), El mundo de las catedrales novohispanas, Puebla, 2002, The Americas: A Quarterly Review of Inter-American Cultural History, 61:3 (2005), p. 503-504.

E1: [Review of]: Josep-Ignasi Saranyana (dir.) & Carmen-José Alejos Grau (coord.), Teología en América Latina, vol III, Madrid &, Frankfurt am Main, 2002, Svensk Teologisk Kvartalskrift 80:2 (2004), p. 93-94.

F. Translations

F2:  [Translation from the Spanish original] Gustavo Gutiérrez, ”Faith and Politics in the Popular Movements: Christian Commitment Today”, SMT 93:2 (2005), p. 175-186.

F1: [Translation from the Spanish/Latin original] Kristendomen och religionerna. Internationella teologkommissionens dokument om religionsteologin, Uppsala: Katolska Bokförlaget, 1998, 86 p.

G. Other

På väg mot ny kunskap: Konsten att skriva uppsats i Kyrko- och missionsstudier, Teologiska institutionen, Uppsala universitet, 2014, 40 pp.

 
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