Modern Societies and the Science of Religions: Studies in Honour of Lammert Leertouwer

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DR. LAMMERT LEERTOUWER
CURRICULUM VITAE, A CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF HIS
PUBLICATIONS, AND A SELECTIVE LIST OF HIS OTHER
ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

COMPILED BY HENK JAN DE JONGE AND GERARD WIEGERS

Leiden University

CURRICULUM VITAE
12 January 1932born in Groningen, The Netherlands. Full Christian name: Lammert
1950final examination at the Praedinius Gymnasium (classical grammar school), Groningen
1950-1958Theology studies at Groningen University
1958M.A. in Theology, cum laude (highest distinction)
1958-1978research assistent, then lecturer, then senior lecturer in the science of religion, Faculty of Theology, Groningen University
1970jointly with Professor Th.P. van Baaren, founder of the Institute for Religious Iconography at Groningen University
1970-1979director of the Institute for Religious Iconography at Groningen University
1978jointly with Professor Th.P. van Baaren, founder of the Gerardus van der Leeuw Ethnological Museum at Groningen University
20 January 1977PhD. in Theology at Groningen University, with a thesis on 'The image of the soul in the traditions of three Sumatran peoples (Indonesia)' (see list of publications below)
13 December 1977reader in the History of Religions and in the General and Comparative Study of Religions at Leiden University

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