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GastwissenschaftlerInnen der Abt. Religionswissenschaft

WiSe 2017/18

Craig Martin (St. Thomas Aquinas / New York): "The Evolution of Jesus"

SoSe 2017

03. - 07. April 2017, David Thurfjell (Stockholm): "Religion and secularity in post-protestant countries"

WiSe 2016/17

17. - 20. Oktober 2016, Bengt-Ove Andreassen (Tromsø): "Researching RE – Approaches and Perspectives from the Study of Religions"

WiSe 2015/16

11. - 14. Dezember 2015, Alicia Turner (Toronto): "Religion-Making and the Colonial Encounter"

SoSe 2015

15. - 19. Juni 2015, Hakan Rydving (Bergen): "Sami Religion"

WiSe 2014/15

02. - 06. Februar 2015, Jenny Berglund (Stockholm): "Islam in Europe with special focus on school and educational questions"

SoSe 2014

21. - 25. Juli 2014, Leslie Dorrough Smith (Avila / Kansas): "The Politics of 'Fundamentalism'"

16. - 21. Juni 2014, Timothy Fitzgerald (Stirling): "The Religion of Capital: Deconstructing Political Economy"

10. - 14. Juni 2014, Richard King (Kent): "Towards a Philosophical Exploration of Early Indian Buddhism"

SoSe 2013

19. - 30. Mai 2013, William Arnal (Regina): "Profaning the Sacred: Can we Make Sense of the Stuff of Religion without ‚Religion‘"

01. - 14. Mai 2013, Peter Beyer (Ottawa): "Religion in Global Context: From Axiel Age to Post-Westphalien Era"

WiSe 2012/13

14. - 26. Oktober 2012, Břetislav Horyna (Masaryk): "Religionswissenschaft und Wissen"

SoSe 2012

29. Mai - 01. Juni 2012, Linda Woodhead (Lancaster): "Religion in Public Life: Re-alignments in State, Society and Market"

05. - 19. Mai 2012, Willi Braun (Alberta): "Ancient and Modern Histories and Historiographies of Early Christianity"

SoSe 2011

Mai - Juli 2011, Alexander van der Haven (St. Louis): "Conflict and Integration: The History of Judaism"; "Making Religions in the Modern West"; "Toward Utopia or Apocalypse? American Christianity and the Modern World"

11. - 17. Mai 2011, José Casanova (Georgetown / Berkley): "Private and Public Religions. A Global Contemporary Survey"

26. - 29. April 2011, Martin Riesebrodt (Chicago): "Perspektiven der Religionsforschung"

WiSe 2010/11

17. - 21. Januar 2011, Russell T. McCutcheon (Alabama): "Categories at Work: Rethinking 'Religious Experience'"

18. - 24. Oktober 2010, Rosalind Hackett (Tennessee / Knoxville): "From Neo-Traditionals to Neo-Pentecostals: Millennial and Apocalyptic Movements in Africa"

SoSe 2010

06. - 09. April 2010, Wanda Alberts: "Education about religions as ”angewandte Religionswissenschaft"

Tim Jensen: "Revisiting the Danish Muhammad Caricatures – A Perspective of a Scholar of Religion Who Functioned as an Expert to the Media"; "Education about religions as ”angewandte Religionswissenschaft"