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International Publications

  • Suarsana, Yan (2020): From Healer zu Shaman: Theosophy and the Making of Esoteric Bali. In: H.M. Krämer and J. Strube, eds. Theosophy across boundaries: Transcultural and interdisciplinary perspectives on a modern esoteric movement. Albany: State University of New York Press, 401–423.
  • Harlass, Ulrich (2020): Absence Unveiled?: The Early Theosophical Society and the Entanglement of History and Historiography. In: H.M. Krämer and J. Strube, eds. Theosophy across boundaries: Transcultural and interdisciplinary perspectives on a modern esoteric movement. Albany: State University of New York Press, 179–215.

  • Radde-Antweiler; Zeiler, Xenai (2020) eds.: Religion and Journalism: The Global View. In: Radde-Antweiler, K. and Zeiler, X. eds. The Routledge handbook of religion and journalism. Abingdon, Oxon, New York: Routledge.

  • Radde-Antweiler; Zeiler, Xenai (2020) eds.: The Routledge handbook of religion and journalism. Abingdon, Oxon, New York: Routledge.

  • Klinkhammer, Gritt (2020): Interreligious dialogue groups and the mass media. Religion, 50 (3), 336–352.

  • Neumaier, Anna; Klinkhammer, Gritt (2020): Interreligious contact and media: introduction. Religion, 50(3), 321-335. Religion, 50 (3), 321–335.

  • Klinkhammer, Gritt; Neumaier Anna (2020): Narrating Stability within Interreligious Dialogue. First Results of a Qualitative Inquiry into the Consequences of Experiences of Plurality for Religious Identity. In: A. Körs, W. Weisse, and J.-P. Willaime, eds. Religious Diversity and Interreligious Dialogue. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 177–194

  • Klinkhammer, Gritt; Klug, Petra, and Neumaier, A. (2020): Religion Beyond Secularisation Theories: Contradictional Findings of the Study of Religion in a (Post-)Modern World. In: J. Lossau, D. Schmidt-Brücken, and I.H. Warnke, eds. Spaces of Dissension. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 127–147.

  • Fajfer, Łukasz (2019): Religious Outlook in Times of Deep Mediatiaztion: A Case Study of the Print Media of the Russian Orthodox Church in Great Britain and Ireland. In: Mediatization Studies 3, 37–52.

  • Kienzl, Lisa/Trattner, Kathrin (2019): Special Issue "Nation(alism), Identity and Video Gaming". Gamevironments 11/2019.

  • Kienzl, Lisa/Trattner, Kathrin (2019): Introduction. Thoughts on the Entanglement of the Concepts and Notions of a Nation, Nationalism and Identity in Relation to Video Games and Gaming Culture. In: Gamevironments 11/2019, 1-22. Verfügbar unter: https://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/edocs/00107841-1.pdf.

  • Trattner Kathrin/Kienzl, Lisa (2019): Round Table Discussion on Nation(alism), Identity and Video Gaming with Megan Condis, Marijam Didžgalvytė, Georg Hobmeier and Souvik Mukherjee. In: Gamevironments 11/2019, 65-85. Verfügbar unter: https://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/edocs/00107843-1.pdf.

  • Grieve, Gregory P./ Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin/ Zeiler, Xenia/ Helland, Christopher (2018): Special Issue "Video Games Design in Asia - Voices from the Field", Gamevironment 08/2018.

  • Grieve, Gregory P./ Helland, Christopher/ Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin/ Zeiler, Xenia (2018): Special Issue des Journals GAMEVIRONMENT  "Video Games Design in Asia - Voices from the Field". Video Game Development In Asia: Voices From The Field. Introduction by Gregory P. Grieve, Kerstin Radde-Antweiler, Xenia Zeiler and Christopher Helland, 1-9.

  • Grünenthal, Hannah/ Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin (2018): Introduction. Religious Authority. Ascribing Meaning to a Theoretical Term. In: Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin / Zeiler, Xenia (2018): Special Issue on Journalism, Media and Religion, Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture 7 (2018/3), 368-380.

  • Hauser, Beatrix (2018): Following the Transcultural Circulation of Bodily Practices: Modern Yoga and the Corporeality of Mantras. In: Yoga in Transformation. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Ed. by Karl Baier, Philipp A. Maas & Karin Preisendanz. Wien: V & R unipress, 507-528.

  • Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin/ Zeiler, Xenia (2018): Special Issue on Journalism, Media and Religion, Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture 7 (2018/3).

  • Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin (2018): The Papal Election in the Philippines: Negotiating Religious Authority in Newspapers. In: Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin / Zeiler, Xenia(2018): Special Issue on Journalism, Media and Religion, Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture 7 (2018/3), 400–421.

  • Radde-Antweiler, K. (2018): How to study religion and video gaming: A critical discussion. In: Sisler, V. / Radde-Antweiler, K. / Zeiler, X. (eds.): Methods for Studying Video Games and Religion. London/New York: Routledge.

  • Radde-Antweiler, K. (2018): Gaming elicitation in episodic interviews: Let’s play baptism. In: Sisler, V. / Radde-Antweiler, K. / Zeiler, X. (eds.): Methods for Studying Video Games and Religion. London/New York: Routledge.

  • Radde-Antweiler, K. / Grünenthal, H. / Gogolok, S. (2018): „How do you feel about media?”  The Roman Catholic Church in times of deep mediatization. In: Hepp, A. / Hasebrink, U. / Breiter, A.: Rethinking Media Transformations: Communicative Figurations in a Complex World. Palgrave.

  • Šisler, Vít/Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin/Zeiler, Xenia (Hg.) (2018): Methods for Studying Video Games and Religion. London/New York: Routledge.

  • Kenngott, Eva-Maria (2017): Life Design-Ethics-Religion Studies: non-confessional RE in Brandenburg (Germany), in: British Journal of Religious Education, 39 , 1, S. 40-54.

  • Klinkhammer, Gritt (2017): Afterword: on the relation between the understanding of Sufism and the ‘modern’ self: mysticism, secularity, and identity, in: Culture and Religion. An interdisciplinary Journal; special issue “Sufism” ed.by Paola Abenate/Fabio Vicini, Vol 81, 2, 181-190. Peer reviewed.

  • Klug, Petra (2017): Varieties of Nonreligion: Why some people criticize religion, while others just don’t care, in: Quack, Johannes/Schuh, Cora (Ed.) Religious Indifference: New perspectives from studies on secularization and nonreligion, Springer, pp. 219-23.Peer reviewed.

  • Neumaier Anna (2017): Between Individualisation and Tradition: Transforming Religious Authority on Christian Online Discussion Forums. In: Religion 47/2, S. 228-255. Mit Marta Kołodziejska.Peer reviewed.

  • Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin (2017): Digital Religion? Media Research from a Religious Studies' Perspective. In: Nord/H. Zipernovszky (eds.): Religious Education in Mediatized Worlds. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.

  • Hauser, Beatrix (2016): Buchbesprechung von: Mark Singleton & Ellen Goldberg (Eds.): Gurus of Modern Yoga. Oxford: OUP 2014. In: Asian Ethnology 75 (1): 227-229.

  • Kienzl, Lisa (2016): Männlichkeiten im Bibelfilm. mit Heimerl, Theresia. In: Genderforschung vernetzt. Irmtraud Fischer (Hg.). Tyrolia: Innsbruck; Wien, S. 91-115.

  • Neumaier, Anna (2016): About Authority, (De-)Territorialisation and their Intersections. Comment on Possamai, Turner, Roose, Daginstanli and Voyce. In: Sociologica 01, 7 pages, doi: 10.2383/83886. Peer reviewed.

  • Neumaier, Anna (2016): „Because Faith is a Personal Matter!“ Aspects of Public and Private in Religious Internet Use. In: Journal of Religion in Europe 9/4, 441-462. Peer reviewed.

  • Neumaier, Anna (2016): „Is the shellfish thing serious?“ - Religion and the „Gilmore Girls“. Beitrag auf dem Blog „|Marginalien – Religionswissenschaftliche Randbemerkungen“, veröffentlicht im November.

  • Neumaier, Anna (2015): Beloved in God! Religion in Spam Mails. Beitrag auf dem Blog „|Marginalien – Religionswissenschaftliche Randbemerkungen“, veröffentlicht im August.

  • Neumaier, Anna (2015): Handling Deficiencies. Conditions, Modes, and Consequences of Using Online Christian Discussion Boards. In: Daniel Enstedt, Göran Larsson and Enzo Pace (eds.): Religion and Internet. Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion. Leiden/Boston, 131-146.

  • Hauser, Beatrix (2014): (Re-) Calling the Goddess: The Emergence of Divine Presence. In: Dialogues with Gods. Possession in Middle Indian Rituals. Hg. v. Tina Otten & Uwe Skoda. Berlin: Weißensee, 109–136.

  • Hauser, Beatrix (2014): Buchbesprechung von: Thomas Kaiser: Bildrollen. Dauer und Wandel einer indi­schen Volkskunst. Stuttgart: Arnoldsche & Völkerkundemuseum der Universität Zürich. In: Anthropos 109 (1): 293–294.

  • Klinkhammer, Gritt (2014): The Dialogos Project. An Empirical Study of the Functioning and Impact of Christian-Muslim Dialogue Initiatives in Germany, in: Wolfram Weisse, Katajun Amirpur, Anna Körs, Dörthe Vieregge (Ed.): Religions and Dialogue. International Approaches. Münster: Waxmann, 75–84.

  • Radde-Antweiler, Kerstin/Waltemathe, Michael/Zeiler, Xenia (2014): Video Gaming, Let’s Plays, and Religion: The Relevance of Researching gamevironments. In: gamevironments #1 (2014), 1-36. Verfügbar unter: elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/edocs/00104169-1.pdf.

  • Klinkhammer, Gritt (2013): Islamic Style – die Sichtbarkeit „unsichtbaren“ Islams, in: Dorothea Lüddeckens, Christoph Uehlinger, Rafael Walthert (Hg.): Die Sichtbarkeit religiöser Identität. Repräsentation – Differenz – Konflikt. Zürich: Pano Verlag, 111–136.

  • Klinkhammer, Gritt (2012): Costs of Religious Pluralism in Liberal Societies, in: Dagmar Borchers, Annamari Vitikainen (Ed.): On Exit. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Right of Exit in Liberal Multicultural Societies. Berlin: deGruyter, 157–173.