Teresia Derlén (b. 1975). Since 2012 doctoral student at King’s College, London. Master of Theology (History of Christianity), Lund University, Sweden (2002).
Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi, a project that explores lay religiosity and Eucharistic understanding in seventeenth-century Sweden by studying the spiritual tools in a pre-literate society: prayers, catechism, hymns and the visual of the ecclesial space.
- Traditional and popular religion in the early modern period, especially in the Lutheran north.
- Seventeenth-century Eucharistic theology and liturgical practices in the Nordic countries with a particular interest in Sweden (including Finland).
- Ecclesial art and architecture.
- Devotional literature, textbooks and the development of schooling and literacy. Lutheran spirituality preceding and coexisting with pietism.