Lars Roar Langslet

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Lars Roar Langslet (5 March 1936, Nes, Buskerud – 18 January 2016) was the Norwegian Minister of Education and Church Affairs (culture and science affairs only, not church affairs) in 1981, and Minister of Culture and Science from 1982 until 1986 for the Conservative Party.[1]

As Norway has a Lutheran State Church, his ministry had to be divided, since Langslet was a converted Catholic, and hence could not be in charge of the affairs of the state church.

He was a member of the Norwegian Academy for Language and Literature.[2] In 1984 he received the Fritt Ord Honorary Award.[3]

He was appointed a government scholar in 1997.


  1. ^ NRK. "Lars Roar Langslet er død". NRK. 
  2. ^ "Det Norske Akademi for Sprog og Litteratur" (in Norwegian). Norwegian Academy for Language and Literature. Retrieved 25 April 2009. 
  3. ^ "Priser – Fritt Ords Honnør" (in Norwegian). Fritt Ord. Retrieved 22 May 2010. 
Political offices
Preceded by
Norwegian Minister of Culture
Succeeded by
Hallvard Bakke