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Gastwissenschaftlerinnen und Gastwissenschaftler

Gastwissenschaftlerinnen und Gastwissenschaftler am Institut für Religionswissenschaft

Das Institut für Religionswissenschaft begrüßt wiederkehrend Gastwissenschaftlerinnen und Gastwissenschaftleraus aller Welt. Dadurch fördert es den internationalen Austausch unter Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern, ermöglicht neue Forschungskooperationen und bietet seinen Studierenden in Vorträgen und Lehrveranstaltungen eine Erweiterung des eigenen Studienhorizonts an.

HIER FINDEN SIE EINE ÜBERSICHT DER GASTWISSENSCHAFTLERINNEN UND GASTWISSENSCHAFTLER DES INSTITUTS FÜR RELIGIONSWISSENSCHAFT (SEIT 2010):

  • Sommersemester 2022

    Prof. Dr. Vaia Touna (University of Alabama): There’s Something About…’Religion’: On Its Persisting Use by Scholars of Ancient Societies (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Vaia Touna (University of Alabama): Theorizing Ancient Greek 'Religion' (Seminar)

  • Wintersemester 2018/19

    Malory Nye: Decolonizing Race and Religion (Seminar)

  • Sommersemester 2018

    Prof. Dr. Gregory Price Grieve (University of North Carolina at Greensboro): Buddhist Ethics in the Contemporary World (Seminar)

  • Wintersemester 2017/2018

    Prof. Dr. Craig Martin (St. Thomas Aquinas College): Addressing the Scourge of Poststructuralism (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Craig Martin (St. Thomas Aquinas College): The Evolution of Jesus (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Craig Martin (St. Thomas Aquinas College): Interview (Englisch)

  • Sommersemester 2017

    Prof. Dr. David Thurfjell (Hochschule Södetörn): The Post-Lutheran Scandinavians and Religion (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. David Thurfjell (Hochschule Södetörn): Religion and secularity in post-protestant countries (Seminar)

  • Wintersemester 2016/2017

    Prof. Dr. Bengt-Ove Andreassen (The Arctic University of Norway): Textbook Gods. Perspectives on textbooks in the study of religions. (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Bengt-Ove Andreassen (The Arctic University of Norway): Researching RE – Approaches and Perspectives from the Study of Religions (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Bengt-Ove Andreassen (The Arctic University of Norway): Interview (Englisch)

  • Wintersemester 2015/16

    Prof. Dr. Alicia M. Turner (York University): Religion -Making at the Margins: Cosmopolitan and Pluralist Potentials in Colonial Burma (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Alicia M. Turner (York University): Religion-Making and the Colonial Encounter (Seminar)

  • Sommersemester 2015

    Prof. Dr. Håkan Rydving (University of Bergen): Four Approaches to Shamanism (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Håkan Rydving (University of Bergen): Sami Religion (Seminar)

  • Wintersemester 2014/15

    Prof. Dr. Jenny Berglund (Hochschule Södertörn): Islam in Europe with special focus on school and educational questions (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Jenny Berglund (Hochschule Södertörn): Interview

  • Sommersemester 2014

    Dr. Timothy Fitzgerald (University of Stirling): Are Tony Blair‘s and Christopher  Hitchens‘ ‚ deployments of ‚religion‘ a cause of violence in the Middle East? (Vortrag)

    Dr. Timothy Fitzgerald (University of Stirling): The Religion of Capital: Deconstructing Political Economy (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Richard King (University of Kent): From Mysticism to Spirituality: Colonial Legacies and the Reformulation of 'the Mystic East (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Richard King (University of Kent): Towards a Philosophical Exploration of Early Indian Buddhism (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Richard King (University of Kent): Interview (Englisch)

    Prof. Dr. Leslie Dorrough Smith (Avila University): Righteous Rhetoric: Sex, Speech, and the Politics of Concerned Women for America (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Leslie Dorrough Smith (Avila University): The Politics of „Fundamentalism“ (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Leslie Dorrough Smith (Avila University): Interview (Englisch)

  • Sommersemester 2013

    Prof. Dr. William Arnal (University of Regina): Just how 'Christian' were the first Christians? (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. William Arnal (University of Regina): Profaning the Sacred: Can we Make Sense of the Stuff of Religion without „Religion“? (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Peter Beyer (University of Ottawa): When Multiculturalism is not Pillarization or Ghettoization: Religion and the Second Generation in Canada (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Peter Beyer (University of Ottawa): Religion in Global Context: From Axial Age to a Post-Westphalian Era (Seminar)

  • Wintersemester 2012/13

    Prof. Dr. Bretislav Horyna (Masaryk-Universität): Religionswissenschaft und Wissen (Seminar)

  • Sommersemester 2012

    Prof. Dr. Willi Braun (University of Alberta): When and Why Did the Gospel of Mark Become a Christian Text? (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Willi Braun (University of Alberta): Ancient and Modern Histories and Historiographies of Early Christianity (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Linda Woodhead (Lancaster Universiy): Religion in Public Life: Re-alignments in State, Society and Market (Seminar)

  • Sommersemester 2011

    Prof. Dr. José Casanova (Universität Berkeley): Bürgerliches Zusammenleben in religiöser und weltanschaulicher Verschiedenheit in der nachsäkularen Gesellschaft (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. José Casanova (Universität Berkeley): Private and Public Religions. A Global Contemporary Survey (Seminar)

    Dr. Alexander van der Haven (Webster Universität St. Louis): Conflict and Integration: The History of Judaism (Seminar)

    Dr. Alexander van der Haven (Webster Universität St. Louis): Making Religions in the Modern West (Seminar)

    Dr. Alexander van der Haven (Webster Universität St. Louis): Toward Utopia or Apocalypse? American Christianity and the Modern World (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Martin Risebrodt (Universität Chicago): Religion als analytisches Konzept (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Martin Risebrodt (Universität Chicago): Perspektiven der Religionsforschung (Seminar)

  • Wintersemester 2010/11

    Prof. Dr. Rosalind Hackett (University of Tennessee): The Challenge of Proselytizing and Anti-Proselytizing to Human Rights (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Rosalind Hackett (University of Tennessee): From Neo-Traditionals to Neo-Pentecostals: Millennial and Apocalyptic Movements in Africa (Seminar)

    Prof. Dr. Russel T. McCutcheon (University of Alabama): Religion Before ‘Religion‘, or the Persistence of Imagining Religion (Vortrag)

    Prof. Dr. Russell T. McCutcheon (University of Alabama): Categories at Work: Rethinking „Religious Experience“ (Seminar)

  • Sommersemester 2010

    Prof. Tim Jensen (Universität Odense): Revisiting the Danish Muhammad Caricatures – A Perspective of a Scholar of Religion Who Functioned as an Expert to the Media (Vortrag)

    Prof. Tim Jensen (Universität Odense) und Prof. Dr. Wanda Alberts (Universität Bergen): Education about religions as „angewandte Religionswissenschaft“ (Seminar)