Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • Monographien
    • Alberts, Wanda (2007): Integrative Religious Education in Europe. A Study-of-Religions Approach, Religion and Reason Bd. 45. Berlin / New York: De Gruyter.
  • Herausgegebene Sonderausgaben von Zeitschriften
    • Alberts, Wanda und Tim Jensen, Hg. (2013):  Special Issue of Temenos - Nordic Journal of Comparative Religion: RE in the Nordic Countries (49, 2).
    • Alberts, Wanda (2008): The History of Religions and Religious Education. Special Issue of Numen. International Review for the History of Religions (55, 2-3).
  • Zeitschriftenartikel und Artikel in Sammelbänden
    • (2020) „Good and Bad, Legitimate and Illegitimate Religion in Education”. In: Leslie Dorrough Smith, Steffen Führding and Adrian Herrmann: Hijacked. A Critical Treatment of the Public Rhetoric of Good and Bad Religion, Sheffield: Equinox, S. 205-211.

    • (2019) “Religious Education as Small 'i' Indoctrination: How European Countries Struggle with a Secular Approach to Religion in Schools.“ Center for Educational Policy Studies (CEPS) Journal 9.4: 53-72.
    • (2017) „Hva er forholdet mellom religionsvitenskap og religionsrelaterte skolefag?“ In Religion i skolen. Didaktiske perspektiver på religions- og livssynsfaget, hg. von Sissel Undheim u. Marie S. von der Lippe. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 180-192
    • (2017) “Afterword: The Academic Study of Religions Betwixt and Between Different Interests”. In Method and Theory in the Study of Religion: Working Papers from Hannover (Supplements to Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 8), hg. von Steffen Führding. Leiden & Boston: Brill, 257-269
    • (2017) “Reconstruction, Critical Accommodation or Business as Usual? Challenges of Criticisms of the World Religions Paradigm to the Design of Teaching Programmes in the Study of Religions”. In Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 29, Leiden: Brill, 443-458
    • (2016) "RS-based RE: Tim Jensen’s straightforward contribution to the development of didactics of the academic Study of Religions". In Contemporary Views on Comparative Religion, hg. von Peter Antes, Armin W. Geertz u. Mikael Rothstein. Sheffield: Equinox, 259-270.
    • (2012) "Religionswissenschaft und Religionsunterricht". In Religionswissenschaft, hg. von Michael Stausberg. Berlin/Boston: DeGruyter, 299-312. 
    • (2012) "The representation of religions in school – Academic and educational challenges". Panorama: International Journal of Comparative Religious Education and Values (24), 29-35.
    • (2011) "Religious education in Norway". In Religious Education in a Plural, Secularized Society. A Paradigm Shift, hg. von Leni Franken und Patrick Loobuyck. Münster: Waxmann, 99-114.
    • (2011) "Religionskritik, Alternative zu Religion oder säkulare Religion? Der Human-ethische Verband Norwegens". In Religionspolitik - Öffentlichkeit - Wissenschaft: Studien zur Neuformierung von Religion in der Gegenwart, hg. von Martin Baumann und Frank Neubert. Zürich: Pano, 219-50.
    • (2010) "The Study of Religions and integrative religious education". British Journal of Religious Education (32, 3), 275-90.
    • (2009) "L’insegnamento della Storia delle Religioni in una prospettiva Europea". Studi e Materiali di Storia delle Religioni (SMSR 75, 2), 409-24. (Italienische Übersetzung von Alberts 2008: "Religionswissenschaftliche Fachdidaktik in europäischer Perspektive")
    • (2009) "Teaching About Religious Diversity in Schools: An Evaluation of Different European Approaches from a Study-of-Religions Perspective". In Your Heritage and Mine: Teaching Religion in a Multi-Religious Classroom, hg. von Jenny Berglund and Lena Roos. Uppsala: Swedish Science Press, 15-24.
    • (2008) "Didactics of the Study of Religions". Numen. International Review for the History of Religions (55, 2-3), 300-34.
    • (2008) "The Study of Religions and educational debates about religion: Jürgen Lott's concept of 'Religionskunde' in the context of recent developments in Germany and other European countries". In Religion Education: On the Boundaries between Study of Religions, Education and Theologies: Jürgen Lott and the Bremen Approach in International Perspective, hg. von Christa Dommel und Gordon Mitchell. Bremen: Kleio Humanities, 97-114.
    • (2008) "Religionswissenschaftliche Fachdidaktik in europäischer Perspektive". Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft (16,1), 1-14.
    • (2006) "European models of integrative religious education". In Religious Harmony: Problems, Practice and Education. Proceedings of the Regional Conference of the International Association for the History of Religions. Yogyakarta and Semarang, Indonesia, September 27th - October 3rd, 2004, hg. von Michael Pye, Edith Franke, Alef Theria Wasim und Abdurrahman Mas'ud. Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 267-78.
    • (2005) "Model-model pendidikan agama terpadu di Eropa". In Harmoni Kehidupan Beragama. Problem, Praktik & Pendidikan, hg. von Alef Theria Wasim, Abdurrahman Mas'ud et al. Yogyakarta: Oasis, 261-73. (Indonesische Übersetzung von Alberts 2006)
  • Rezensionen
    • (2019) Review of After World Religions: Reconstructing Religious Studies, edited by Christopher R. Cotter and David G. Robertson (Routledge 2016), in Numen. International Review for the History of Religions (66, 1): 89-91.
    • (2016) Review of Bengt-Ove Andreassen and James R. Lewis (eds.) “Textbook Gods: Genre, Text, and Teaching Religious Studies”. In Numen. International Review for the History of Religions, 63, Leiden: Brill, 627-629.
    • (2010) “Review of 'Lived Religion: Conceptual, Empirical and Practical-Theological Approaches. Essays in Honour of Hans-Günter Heimbrock' (edited by Heinz Streib, Astrid Dinter and Kerstin Söderblom; Leiden/Boston: Brill 2008)”. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 25: 2, 323-325.

    • (2008) “Rezension von Simone Heidegger: Buddhismus, Geschlechterverhältnis und Diskriminierung. Die gegenwärtige Diskussion im Shin-Buddhismus Japans, Münster: Lit. 2006”. Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft, 16: 1, 125-126.
    • (2004) "Review of Lorne L. Dawson: Cults and New Religious Movements. A Reader, Oxford: Blackwell 2003". Marburg Journal of Religion, 9: 1, 1-4.