Hugo Lundhaug

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Professor of Biblical Reception and Early Christian Literature. Leader of the research group Coptic Texts and Manuscripts. Principal Investigator of the ERC CoG-project "Storyworlds in Transition: Coptic Apocrypha in Changing Contexts in the Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods" (APOCRYPHA) (2020-2025). Formerly Principal Investigator of the ERC StG-project "New Contexts for Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts and Monastic Manuscript Culture in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt" NEWCONT (2012-2016).

Academic Interests

I am particularly interested in early Christian literature and the processes and practices of its transmission and interpretation. My primary research focus at the moment is on early Christian texts, in particular apocryphal texts, transmitted in the Coptic language, and the manuscripts that preserve them (including, but by no means limited to, the Nag Hammadi Codices). The historical context that occupies me the most is that of Christianity and monasticism in Egypt in the period when Coptic was in use as a literary language. The reception of canonical biblical texts in non-canonical texts and the transmission and use of non-canonical texts in various contexts, as well as related questions of orthodoxy and heresy have been major interests. I have also done extensive studies of the early monastic tradition in Egypt, in particular the sources associated with the Pachomian federation and the writings of Shenoute of Atripe.

Methodologically my work is informed by a range of theoretical perspectives, including New/Material Philology, media studies, literary theory, and a range of cognitive approaches to literature and memory, in addition to various digital humanities methods.

Projects and Networks

In addition to the ERC project I am currently leading (see above), I presently participate in the following projects and networks:

- Books Known Only By Title (BKOT), at the Centre for Advance Study (CAS), Oslo
- Nag Hammadi and Gnosticism Network (NHGN)

I have previously participated in the following collaborative projects and networks:
- Biblia Manichaica, based at Aarhus University (as external collaborator)
- Early Monasticism and Classical Paideia, based at Lund University (as senior advisor)
- Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies (COMSt), financed by the European Science Foundation (ESF). I was a member of Team 2: Philology.
- Socio-Cognitive Perspectives on Early Judaism and Early Christianity, financed by NordForsk
- Sacred Meal, Communal Meal, Table Fellowship, and the Eucharist: Late Antiquity, Early Judaism, and Early Christianity
- Ablution, Initiation, and Baptism in Early Judaism, Graeco-Roman Religion, and Early Christianity (2008-2010)
- Nordic Nag Hammadi and Gnosticism Network (NNGN)
- Metamorphoses: Resurrection, Taxonomies and Transformative Practices in Early Christianity, at the Centre for Advanced Study (CAS), Oslo (2006-2007)
- Body and Processes of Life in Antiquity (LOKA) (2003-2008)
- Highways and Byways: Christianity, heresy, and deviation in antiquity and modern times, at the University of Bergen (2003-2007)
- Program for the Study of Christianity in Antiquity (PROAK), at the University of Bergen (2003-2007)
- The Christian Man and Woman: Construction of New Identity in Christianity (1997-2001)
- Theatrum Roma 200-800 AD: The Christianization of the Imperial Capital (1997-2001)

Research stays abroad:
- Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Institut für Koptologie und Ägyptologie (2008-2009)
- Harvard University (2004-2005)

Membership in Learned Societies

- Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters (DNVA)
- International Association of Coptic Studies (IACS)
- North American Patristics Society (NAPS)
- Society of Biblical Literature (SBL)
- Collegium Patristicum Lundense (CPL)
- North American Society for the Study of Christian Apocryphal Literature (NASSCAL)

Online publications

Hugo Lundhaug, "A New Fragment of the Martyrdom of Apa Nahroou"

Hugo Lundhaug and Alin Suciu, "On the So-Called Gospel of Jesus's Wife: Some Preliminary Thoughts"

Alin Suciu and Hugo Lundhaug, "A Peculiar Dialectal Feature in the Gospel of Jesus's Wife, Line 6"

 

Tags: Church History, History of Religions, Manuscript Studies, Christian Apocryphal Literature, Orthodoxy and Heresy, Monasticism, Cognitive Theory, Reception of the Bible, Coptic

Publications

  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2022). Shenoute the Burglar: Revisiting the Conflict with Gesios. In Boud'hors, Anne; Brakke, David; Crislip, Andrew & Moawad, Samuel (Ed.), The Rediscovery of Shenoute: Studies in Honor of Stephen Emmel. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-4830-3. p. 351–365.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2022). Material Philology and the Nag Hammadi Codices. In Burns, Dylan M. & Goff, Matthew (Ed.), The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Nag Hammadi Codices. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004513020. p. 107–143.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2022). The Christology of Shenoute’s I Am Amazed in Context. In Fürst, Alfons (Eds.), Origenes im koptischen Ägypten: Der Traktat des Schenute von Atripe gegen die Origenisten. Aschendorff Verlag. ISSN 9783402137642. p. 115–133.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). The Dissemination of Religious Knowledge through Apocrypha in Egyptian Monasteries. In Hezser, Catherine & Edelman, Diana V. (Ed.), The Use and Dissemination of Religious Knowledge in Antiquity. Equinox Publishing. ISSN 9781781798768. p. 212–233.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Dating and Contextualising the Nag Hammadi Codices and Their Texts: A Multidisciplinary Approach including New Radiocarbon Evidence. In Verheyden, Joseph; Schröter, Jens & Nicklas, Tobias (Ed.), Texts in Context: Essays on Dating and Contextualising Christian Writings from the Second and Early Third Centuries. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-4389-6. p. 117–142.
  • Slaughter, Laura Ann; da Costa, Luis Morgado; Miyagawa, So; Büchler, Marco; Zeldes, Amir & Lundhaug, Hugo [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2020). The making of Coptic wordnet. Proceedings of the 10th Global Wordnet Conference. p. 166–175.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2020). The Date of MS 193 in the Schøyen Collection: New Radiocarbon Evidence. Bulletin of The American Society of Papyrologists. ISSN 0003-1186. 57, p. 219–234. doi: 10.2143/BASP.57.0.3288506.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo & Abercrombie, Lloyd Gregory (2020). The Mysteries of John: A Translation and Introduction. In Burke, Tony (Eds.), New Testament Apocrypha: More Noncanonical Scriptures Volume 2. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. ISSN 9780802872906. p. 481–498.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2020). The Investiture of the Archangel Michael: A Translation and Introduction. In Burke, Tony (Eds.), New Testament Apocrypha: More Noncanonical Scriptures Volume 2. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. ISSN 9780802872906. p. 499–554.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2020). The Fluid Transmission of Apocrypha in Egyptian Monasteries. In Buzi, Paola (Eds.), Coptic Literature in Context (4th–13th cent.): Cultural Landscape, Literary Production and Manuscript Archaeology. Edizioni Quasar. ISSN 978-88-5491-058-4. p. 213–227.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). Textual Fluidity and Post-Nicene Rewriting in the Nag Hammadi Codices. In Crégheur, Eric; Painchaud, Louis & Rasimus, Tuomas (Ed.), Nag Hammadi à 70 ans: Qu'avons-nous appris? Nag Hammadi at 70: What Have We Learned?. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-3630-0. p. 47–67.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). Textual Fluidity and Monastic Fanfiction: The Case of the Investiture of the Archangel Michael in Coptic Egypt. In Gilhus, Ingvild S.; Tsakos, Alexandros & Wright, Marta Camilla (Ed.), The Archangel Michael in Africa: History, Cult, and Persona . Bloomsbury Academic. ISSN 978-1-350-08471-1. p. 59–73. doi: 10.5040/9781350084742.ch-006.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). "He who has seen me, has seen the Father": The Gospel of Philip's Mystagogical Reception of the Gospel of John. In Schröter, Jens; Nicklas, Tobias & Verheyden, Joseph (Ed.), Gospels and Gospel Traditions in the Second Century: Experiments in Reception. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-054081-9. p. 253–276. doi: 10.1515/9783110542349-012. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lundhaug, Hugo & Jenott, Lance (2018). Production, Distribution and Ownership of Books in the Monasteries of Upper Egypt: The Evidence of the Nag Hammadi Colophons. In Rubenson, Samuel & Larsen, Lillian (Ed.), Monastic Education in Late Antiquity. The Transformation of Classical Paideia. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 978-1-107-19495-3. p. 306–325. doi: 10.1017/9781108163842.015.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). The Dishna Papers and the Nag Hammadi Codices: The Remains of a Single Monastic Library? In Lundhaug, Hugo & Jenott, Lance (Ed.), The Nag Hammadi Codices and Late Antique Egypt. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-153973-2. p. 329–386.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). The Dialogue of the Savior (NHC III,5) as a Monastic Text. In Vinzent, Markus (Eds.), Studia Patristica Vol. XCIII: Papers Presented at the Seventeenth International Conference on Patristic Studies Held in Oxford 2015: The First Two Centuries – Apocrypha and Gnostica. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-3589-1. p. 335–346.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Prayer in the Nag Hammadi Codices. In Schröter, Jens & Schwarz, Konrad (Ed.), Die Nag-Hammadi-Schriften in der Literatur- und Theologiegeschichte des frühen Christentums. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-155365-3. p. 163–183.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Monastic Exegesis and the Female Soul in the Exegesis on the Soul. In Tervahauta, Ulla; Miroshnikov, Ivan; Lehtipuu, Outi & Dunderberg, Ismo (Ed.), Women and Knowledge in Early Christianity. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004355439. p. 221–233. doi: 10.1163/9789004344938_013.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Shenoute's Eucharistic Theology in Context. In Hellholm, David & Sänger, Dieter (Ed.), The Eucharist – Its Origins and Contexts. Sacred Meal, Communal Meal, Table Fellowship in Late Antiquity, Early Judaism, and Early Christianity. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-153918-3. p. 1233–1251.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). The Nag Hammadi Codices in the Complex World of Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt. In Arcari, Luca (Eds.), Beyond Conflicts: Cultural and Religious Cohabitations in Alexandria and Egypt between the 1st and the 6th Century CE. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-155144-4. p. 339–358.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). "Tell Me What Shall Arise": Conflicting Notions of the Resurrection Body in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt. In Tappenden, Frederick S. & Daniel-Hughes, Carly (Ed.), Coming Back to Life: The Permeability of Past and Present, Mortality and Immortality, Death and Life in the Ancient Mediterranean. McGill University Library. ISSN 978-1-77096-222-4. p. 215–236. doi: 10.2307/j.ctvmx3k11.15. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). An Illusion of Textual Stability: Textual Fluidity, New Philology, and the Nag Hammadi Codices. In Lied, Liv Ingeborg & Lundhaug, Hugo (Ed.), Snapshots of Evolving Traditions: Jewish and Christian Manuscript Culture, Textual Fluidity, and New Philology. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-034418-9. p. 20–54. doi: 10.1515/9783110348057-006.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo & Lied, Liv Ingeborg (2017). Studying Snapshots: On Manuscript Culture, Textual Fluidity, and New Philology. In Lied, Liv Ingeborg & Lundhaug, Hugo (Ed.), Snapshots of Evolving Traditions: Jewish and Christian Manuscript Culture, Textual Fluidity, and New Philology. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-034418-9. p. 1–19. doi: 10.1515/9783110348057-005.
  • Blid, Jesper; el-Antony, Maximous; Lundhaug, Hugo; Zaborowski, Jason; Polliack, Meira & Worku, Mengistu Gobiezie [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2016). Excavations at the Monastery of St Antony at the Red Sea. Opuscula: Annual of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome. ISSN 2000-0898. 9(1), p. 133–215. doi: 10.30549/opathrom-09-07.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). Nag Hammadi Codex VII and Monastic Manuscript Culture. In Buzi, Paola; Camplani, Alberto & Contardi, F. (Ed.), Coptic Society, Literature and Religion from Late Antiquity to Modern Times: Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17th-22nd, 2012, and Plenary Reports of the Ninth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Cairo, September 15th-19th, 2008. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-3273-9. p. 1177–1192.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). "The Power of Michael Protected Him": A New Fragment of the Coptic Martyrdom of Apa Nahroou. CLARA Classical Art and Archaeology. ISSN 2464-3726. 1, p. 1–14. doi: 10.5617/clara.v1i0.2959.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). The Body of God and the Corpus of Historiography: The Life of Aphou of Pemdje and the Anthropomorphite Controversy. In Grung, Anne Hege; Kartzow, Marianne Bjelland & Solevåg, Anna Rebecca (Ed.), Bodies, Borders, Believers: Ancient Texts and Present Conversations. Pickwick Publications. ISSN 9781625644046. p. 40–56.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). The Nag Hammadi Codices: Textual Fluidity in Coptic. In Bausi, Alessandro; Borbone, Pier Giorgio; Briquel-Chatonnet, Francoise; Buzi, Paola; Gippert, Jost; Macé, Caroline; Maniaci, Marilena; Melissakis, Zisis; Parodi, Laura E. & Witakowski, Witold (Ed.), Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies: An Introduction. Tredition. ISSN 9783732317684. p. 419–423.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2014). The Fruit of the Tree of Life: Ritual Interpretation of the Crucifixion in the Gospel of Philip. In Howe, Bonnie & Green, Joel B. (Ed.), Cognitive Linguistic Explorations in Biblical Studies. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 9783110349788. p. 73–97. doi: 10.1515/9783110350135.73.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2014). Memory and Early Monastic Literary Practices: A Cognitive Perspective. Journal of Cognitive Historiography. ISSN 2051-9672. 1(1), p. 98–120. doi: 10.1558/jch.v1i1.98.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Begotten, Not Made, to Arise in This Flesh: The Post-Nicene Soteriology of the Gospel of Philip. In Iricinschi, Eduard; Jenott, Lance; Lewis, Nicola Denzey & Townsend, Philippa (Ed.), Beyond the Gnostic Gospels: Studies Building on the Work of Elaine Pagels. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-152834-7. p. 235–271.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Origenism in Fifth-Century Upper Egypt: Shenoute of Atripe and the Nag Hammadi Codices. In Vinzent, Markus (Eds.), Studia Patristica LXIV: Ascetica; Litrugica; Orientalia; Critica et Philologica. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-2997-5. p. 217–228.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Evidence of "Valentinian" Ritual Practice? The Liturgical Fragments of Nag Hammadi Codex XI (NHC XI,2a-e). In Corrigan, Kevin & Rasimus, Tuomas (Ed.), Gnosticism, Platonism and the Late Ancient World: Essays in Honour of John D. Turner. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004223837. p. 225–243. doi: 10.1163/9789004254763_014.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Nye kontekster for gamle tekster: EU-finansiert forskningsprosjekt om Nag Hammadi-kodeksene og egyptisk monastisisme ved Universitetet i Oslo. Ostrakon. ISSN 1893-5303. 5-6, p. 29–32.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Én tekst, flere kontekster: Afu av Pemdjes liv og kirkehistorien. In Gilhus, Ingvild S. & Mikaelsson, Lisbeth (Ed.), Religion i skrift: Mellom mystikk og materialitet. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 9788215019895. p. 79–93.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Shenoute of Atripe and Nag Hammadi Codex II. In Markschies, Christoph & Oort, Johannes van (Ed.), Zugänge zur Gnosis: Akten zur Tagung der Patristischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft vom 02.-05.01.2011 in Berlin-Spandau. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 9789042927179. p. 201–226.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Kunnskap og frelse i Øvre Egypt: Abbed Shenoute og hans motstandere. In Ekman, Benjamin & Johnsen, Henrik Rydell (Ed.), Soteria och Gnosis: Frälsning och kunskap i den tidiga kyrkan. Artos & Norma. ISSN 9789175806112. p. 105–134.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Shenoute's Heresiological Polemics and Its Context(s). In Ulrich, Jörg; Brakke, David & Jacobsen, Anders-Christian (Ed.), Invention, rewriting, usurpation : discursive fights over religious traditions in Antiquity. Peter Lang Publishing Group. ISSN 978-3-631-63538-4. p. 239–261.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Mystery and authority in the writings of Shenoute. In Bull, Christian; Lied, Liv Ingeborg & Turner, John D (Ed.), Mystery and secrecy in the Nag Hammadi Collection and other ancient Literature: ideas and practices : studies for Einar Thomassen at sixty. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-21207-7. p. 259–285. doi: 10.1163/9789004215122_014.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2011). Baptism in the Monasteries of Upper Egypt: The Pachomian Corpus and the Writings of Shenoute. In Hellholm, David; Vegge, Tor; Norderval, Øyvind & Hellholm, Christer (Ed.), Ablution, initiation, and baptism : late antiquity, early Judaism, and early Christianity. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-024751-0. p. 1347–1380. doi: 10.1515/9783110247534.1347.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2010). Canon and Interpretation: A Cognitive Perspective. In Thomassen, Einar (Eds.), Canon and Canonicity: The Formation and Use of Scripture. Museum Tusculanums Forlag. ISSN 978-87-635-3027-9. p. 67–90.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2010). Shenoute og avgudsdyrkelse : religionskonflikt i øvre Egypt på 300- og 400-tallet. DIN - Tidsskrift for religion og kultur. ISSN 1501-9934. p. 63–84.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2009). "These are the Symbols and Likenesses of the Resurrection": Conceptualizations of Death and Transformation in the Treatise on the Resurrection (NHC I,4). In Seim, Turid Karlsen & Økland, Jorunn (Ed.), Metamorphoses: Resurrection, Body and Transformative Practices in Early Christianity. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-020298-4. p. 187–205.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2009). Nag Hammadi-kodeksene og den tidlige monastiske tradisjon i Egypt. Meddelanden från Collegium Patristicum Lundense. ISSN 1101-7996. 24, p. 33–59.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2008). Cognitive Poetics and Ancient Texts. In Østreng, Willy (Eds.), Complexity: Interdisciplinary Communications 2006/2007. Centre for Advanced Study. ISSN 978-82-996367-5-9. p. 18–21.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2008). Fødsel, transformasjon og opstandelse som en Kristus: Filipsevangeliets rituelle fortolkning af Johannesevangeliet. In Petersen, Anders Klostergaard; Hyldahl, Jesper & Thomassen, Einar (Ed.), Mellem venner og fjender: En folkebog om Judasevangeliet, tidlig kristendom og gnosis. Forlaget ANIS. ISSN 978-87-7457-455-2. p. 267–297.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2007). Conceptual Blending in the Exegesis on the Soul. In Luomanen, Petri; Pyysiäinen, Ilkka & Uro, Risto (Ed.), Explaining Christian Origins and Early Judaism: Contributions from Cognitive and Social Science. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004163294. p. 141–160.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2001). "Gnostisisme" og "Valentinianisme": To problematiske kategorier i studiet av Nag Hammadi-biblioteket og tidlig kristendom. Chaos - Skandinavisk tidsskrift for religionshistoriske studier. ISSN 0108-4453. 36, p. 27–43.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2000). Ortodoksi og heterodoksi i den tidlige pachomianske klosterbevegelse: med spesiell fokus på Nag Hammadi-bibliotekets verdi som kilde. Klassisk Forum. ISSN 0801-3179. p. 79–91.

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  • Lundhaug, Hugo & Jenott, Lance (2018). The Nag Hammadi Codices and Late Antique Egypt. Mohr Siebeck. ISBN 978-3-16-153973-2. 508 p.
  • Lied, Liv Ingeborg & Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Snapshots of Evolving Traditions: Jewish and Christian Manuscript Culture, Textual Fluidity, and New Philology. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISBN 978-3-11-034418-9. 384 p.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo & Jenott, Lance (2015). The Monastic Origins of the Nag Hammadi Codices. Mohr Siebeck. ISBN 9783161541728. 350 p.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Koptiske skrifter. Bokklubbens kulturbibliotek. ISBN 9788252576016. 306 p.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2010). Images of Rebirth: Cognitive Poetics and Transformational Soteriology in the Gospel of Philip and the Exegesis on the Soul. Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN 978-90-04-18026-0. 611 p.

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  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2022). The Monastic Transmission of Apocryphal Wisdom.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2022). On Earth as it is in Heaven: Earthly and Heavenly Liturgy in Coptic Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2022). The Nature and Functions of Coptic Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2022). Books of the Savior: Faith Wisdom as a Coptic Apocryphon.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2022). Fayyumic Apocrypha in Context.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Fictional Books in Coptic Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). The Biblical Storyworld as a Complex Adaptive System, and the Role of Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). APOCRYPHA: Analyzing the Development and Adaptation of the Biblical Storyworld: About the Project, Teamwork, and Digital Humanities: How to Deal With a Thousand Years of Literary Production.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Mikkelsmesse. Nytt norsk kirkeblad: for teologi og praksis. ISSN 1894-2970. 2021(3), p. 141–146.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Philology’s Material Turn and Its Implications.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Fictional Books in Coptic Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). A Thousand Years of Coptic Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Koptiske apokryfer.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Fictional Books in Coptic Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Divine Intermediaries in Coptic Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). The Apocalypse of Elijah in the Context of Coptic Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). The Study of Ancient Religion: Pasts and Futures.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Storyworlds and Manuscript Culture: A New Approach to the Development, Use, and Transmission of Apocryphal Literature in Coptic Egypt.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Apocryphal Texts as Authoritative Fiction.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2021). Storyworlds in Transition: Coptic Apocrypha Through the Ages.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2020). Hva er en apokryf? (tekst og video).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2020). The Importance of Apocrypha in Late Antique and Medieval Egyptian Monasticism.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2020). Sitting on the Mount of Olives: Coptic Apocryphal Dialogues from the Wisdom of Jesus Christ to the Mysteries of John.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). The Book of Thomas and Early Egyptian Monasticism.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). ‘This is the Teaching of the Perfect Ones’: The Book of Thomas and Early Egyptian Monasticism.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). The Definition and Functions of Apocrypha: Pseudo-Theodosius of Alexandria on the Archangel Michael as a Corner Case.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). Apocryphal Traditions in Coptic Literature.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). Textual Fluidity and the Monastic Transmission of Apocrypha.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). The Christology of Shenoute’s I Am Amazed in Context.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2019). Coptic Apocrypha from the Nag Hammadi Codices to the Esna/Edfu Hoard.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). Radiocarbon Dating Schøyen MS 193 and Nag Hammadi Codex I.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). Ny filologi - hellere mange kopier end en enkelt original. Bibliana. ISSN 1399-1361.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). Dating and Contextualizing the Nag Hammadi Codices and Their Texts.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). The Use and Dissemination of Apocrypha in Egyptian Monasteries.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). Literary Practices and Social Control in Early Egyptian Monasteries: A Cognitive Perspective.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). Textual Fluidity, New Philology, and the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). Monastic Transmission of Apocrypha in Egypt.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). The Transmission of Apocrypha in Egyptian Monasteries.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). Material Philology and the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). ERC-Project NEWCONT.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo & Jenott, Lance (2018). Introduction: The Nag Hammadi Codices in Context. In Lundhaug, Hugo & Jenott, Lance (Ed.), The Nag Hammadi Codices and Late Antique Egypt. Mohr Siebeck. ISSN 978-3-16-153973-2. p. 1–7.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2018). Textual Fluidity and Exegetical Creativity in the Investiture of Michael the Archangel.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Biblical Reception and Textual Fluidity in the Investiture of Michael the Archangel attributed to John the Evangelist.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Textual Fluidity and Exegetical Creativity in the Investiture of Michael the Archangel.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Review Panel: Snapshots of Evolving Traditions (eds. Lied and Lundhaug): Response.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Travelling (with) Concepts: Walks in the Interdisciplinary Woods.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). The Rise and Fall of Coptic as a Written Language and Its Relationship with Greek.
  • Lied, Liv Ingeborg & Lundhaug, Hugo (2017). Preface. In Lied, Liv Ingeborg & Lundhaug, Hugo (Ed.), Snapshots of Evolving Traditions: Jewish and Christian Manuscript Culture, Textual Fluidity, and New Philology. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-034418-9. p. VII–VII.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). Review of Paola Buzi, Coptic Manuscripts 7: The Manuscripts of the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Part 4: Homiletic and Liturgical Manuscripts from the White Monastery: With Two Documents From Thebes and Two Old-Nubian Manuscripts. Aethiopica. ISSN 1430-1938. 19, p. 269–273.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). The Relationship Between the Nag Hammadi Codices and the Dishna Papers.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). ‘He who has seen me has seen the Father’: The Gospel of Philip’s Reception of the Gospel of John.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo & Jenott, Lance (2016). Book-Review panel on Hugo Lundhaug and Lance Jenott, The Monastic Origins of the Nag Hammadi Codices: Response.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). New Frontiers in Nag Hammadi Studies.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). Død, oppstandelse og himmelfart i det tidligkristne Egypt.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo & Jenott, Lance (2016). The Monastic Origins of the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). Textual Authority and Interpretation.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). Respons.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). The Monastic Origins of the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). Kognitive tilnærminger til gamle tekster.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife – og andre koptiske forfalskninger.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). Koptiske manuskripter og manuskriptfunn + koptisk for dummies.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). Presentasjon av EU-prosjektet ‘New Contexts for Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts and Monastic Manuscript Culture in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt” (med vekt på resultater).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2016). The Monastic Origins of the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). The Monastic Reception of the Nag Hammadi Texts.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). New Contexts for Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts and Monastic Manuscript Culture in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). The Nag Hammadi Texts as Monastic Literature.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). Prayers and Liturgies in the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). The Dialogue of the Savior as a Monastic Text.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). Creating an Excellent Research Group.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2015). The Monastic Origins of the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2014). On the Dates of the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2014). "Tell me what shall arise": Conflicting Notions of the Resurrection Body in Coptic Egypt.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2014). The Nag Hammadi Codices as Monastic Books.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2014). Nag Hammadi-kodeksene som klosterlektyre.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2014). The Nag Hammadi Codices as Monastic Books.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2014). Orthodoxy and Heresy in Upper Egypt: The Nag Hammadi Codices in the Complex World of Fourth- and Fifth-Century Monasticism.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Post-Nicene Christology in the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Scribal Culture and Paratextual Features in the Nag Hammadi and Dishna Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Production and Use of Literature in Upper Egyptian Monasticism as Reflected in the Nag Hammadi Codices and Papyrus Berolinensis 8502.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Origenist Monks and the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Textual Transmission and Manuscript Culture: Textual Fluidity, “New Philology,” and the Nag Hammadi (and Related) Codices - A Workshop Report. Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter. ISSN 2078-3841. 5, p. 23–24.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). Presentation of Project NEWCONT: New Contexts for Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts and Monastic Manuscript Culture in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2013). A Cognitive Perspective on the Transmission and Reception of the Nag Hammadi Texts.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). New Contexts for Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts and Monastic Manuscript Culture in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt (NEWCONT). Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter. ISSN 2078-3841. 3, p. 3–4.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Koptiske skrifter for første gang på norsk: Bokpresentasjon.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Presentasjon av boken Greek & Roman Festivals, redigert av Rasmus Brandt og Jon Iddeng (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). New Light on Old Problems: 'New Philology' and the Nag Hammadi (and Related) Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Nag Hammadi Codex VII and Monastic Manuscript Culture.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Canonicity and the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). The Teachings of Silvanus and Ascetic Deification in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Upper Egypt.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2012). Projects in Manuscript Studies: New Contexts for Old Texts: Unorthodox Texts and Monastic Manuscript Culture in Fourth- and Fifth-Century Egypt (NEWCONT). Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter. ISSN 2078-3841. 3, p. 3–4.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2011). Origenism in Fifth-Century Upper Egypt: Shenoute's Opponents Revisited.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2011). Shenoute of Atripe and Nag Hammadi Codex II.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2011). Peter og de tolv apostlers gjerninger (oversatt fra koptisk). In Aasgaard, Reidar (Eds.), Tidligkristne apokryfer. Bokklubbens kulturbibliotek. ISSN 9788252576726.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2011). Fluid vs. Authorial/Mechanical Textual Traditions: Fluid Traditions Attested to by Very Few Witnesses (Coptic).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2011). Origenism in Fifth-Century Upper Egypt: Shenoute of Atripe and the Nag Hammadi Codices.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2010). Dating and Interpreting Texts from a Bilingual Setting.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2010). Orthodoxy and Heresy in Upper Egypt: Shenoute's Heresiological Polemics and Its Context(s).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2010). Kunnskap og frelse i Øvre Egypt i det femte århundre: Abbed Shenoute og hans motstandere.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2009). Kognitiv poetikk og tidlig-kristne tekster.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2009). Baptism in the Monasteries of Upper Egypt: The Pachomian Corpus and the Writings of Shenoute.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2009). Ortodoksi og kjetteri i Øvre Egypt: Nag Hammadi-biblioteket og den tidlige monastiske tradisjon i Egypt.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2008). The Fruit of the Tree of Life: Ritual Interpretation of the Crucifixion in the Gospel of Philip.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2008). Baptism in Early Egyptian Monasticism.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2008). Memory and Authority in Shenoute's Intra-Christian Polemics.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2008). Ritual Deification in the Gospel of Philip.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2008). Livsprosesser og kropp i Øvre Egypt: Eksempler fra Shenoute og Nag Hammadi-biblioteket.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2007). Cognitive poetics and historico-religious (re)contextualisation: can the two approaches be constructively combined in the study of the Coptic versions of the Gos. Phil. and Ex. Soul and their function(s) within IVth-century Egyptian Christianity?
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2007). Metaforer i antikke tekster i lys av kognitiv poetikk.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2007). Transformation and Redefinition: Resurrection of the Flesh in the Treatise on the Resurrection (NHC I,4) and the Gospel of Philip (NHC II,3).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2004). Da Vinci-lapskaus. [Newspaper]. Levende Historie 4.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2004). Procreation and Kinship as Metaphors of Initiation and Community Organization in the Gospel of Philip (NHC II,3).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2003). The Feminisation of the Soul: Communion and Transformation in the Exegesis on the Soul (NHC II,6).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2003). Presentasjon av Lesley Ann Dean-Jones, Women's Bodies in Classical Greek Science.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2003). Holy vs. Not-So-Holy Communion: The Salvation of the Soul in the Exegesis on the Soul (NHC II,6).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2003). Teurgi og intertekstualitet i en eksegese fra Nag Hammadi.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2003). The Feminisation of the Soul: Holy and Unholy Communion in the Exegesis on the Soul (NHC II,6).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2003). Interpretive Communities and Formative Christianity.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2003). Theories of Conception and Ritual in the Gospel of Philip (NHC II,3).
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2002). Dale B. Martin, "'Ikke mannlig og kvinnelig': Likestilling, androgyni og kjønnsoverskridelse hos Paulus" (Oversettelse av Dale B. Martins artikkel "Neither Male nor Female"), Naturlig sex? Seksualitet og kjønn i den kristne antikken. Gyldendal Akademisk. p. 99–125.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2001). Martin, Dale B., "Oppstandelseslegemets ideologi" (oversettelse av Dale B. Martins artikkel "The Ideology of the Resurrection Body"). In Engberg-Pedersen, Troels & Gilhus, Ingvild Sælid (Ed.), Kropp og oppstandelse. Pax Forlag A/S, Oslo. ISSN 82-530-2270-0. p. 24–37.
  • Lundhaug, Hugo (2007). “There is a Rebirth and an Image of Rebirth”: A Cognitive Poetic Analysis of Conceptual and Intertextual Blending in the Exegesis on the Soul (NHC II,6) and the Gospel of Philip (NHC II,3). University of Bergen. ISSN 9788230803837.

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