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Internationale Vorträge

  • Prof. Gritt Klinkhammer "Young Male Salafis in Germany - ticking bombs? A Biographical Approach" 35th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Sociology of Religion (ISSR) in Barcelona, 11.7.2019.
  • Dr. Łukasz Fajfer: "Discourse Analysis as a method for analyzing webpages of religious organizations. A Case Study of the Polish Orthodox Church." 17th Annual Conference of the European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR): “Religion – Continuations and Disruptions”. June 25 to June 29, 2019, Tartu.
  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "How do you sell Jesus Christ today? Die kommunikative Konstruktion von Religion in Zeiten tiefgreifender Mediatisierung." International conference: Digitalization, Spirituality and Democracy. Wie verändert sich Gesellschaft? 06.06.2019, Eurac Research, Bozen, Italien.
  • Dr. Thorsten Wettich: “Game of Thrones reaction videos – studied from a BASE (Body/Affect/Sense/Emotion) -perspective ”. Tagung der Société Internationale d´Ethnologie et de Folklore, 14.-17.04. 2019, Santiago de Compostela.
  • Dr. Łukasz Fajfer: “Christian Orthodox Churches in United Kingdom and Poland and the metamorphosis of their outlook online”. Religions and the Digital: Metamorphoses and Conversions, 21.03. – 22.03.2019, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgien.
  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin, Radde-Antweiler (2018): "Video Game Development in Asia: Cultural Heritage, Religion, and National Identity". The Philippines: Video Game Development. Panel . 19. November 2018, Annual Conference hosted by the American Academy of Religion, Denver (USA).

  • PD Dr. Beatrix Hauser (2018): The Health Imaginary of Postural Yoga. Vortrag auf der Internationalen Tagung „Sociality, Matter and the Imagination: Re-Creating Anthropology“ (ASA 18), 18-21.9.2018, University of Oxford.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin, Radde-Antweiler (2018) : Organisation der ISRMC Post-Conference on Religion and Video Gaming of the International Academy for the Study of Religion and Video Gaming (IASGAR), 12.08.2018, Boulder.

  • Hannah Grünenthal (2018): “Mediatisation, De-Mediatisation, and Communicative Demarcation: Media related Narratives in the German Catholic Charismatic Renewal”, Panel Religion 4.0.?! Religion between Mediation, Medialization and Mediatization, ISRMC International Conference on Media, Religion and Public Scholarship, 11.08.2018, Boulder/USA.

  • Dr. Dr. Lisa Kienzl: Gamers, Spectators and Fans: An Ethnographic Approach Towards Religion and Participatory Culture in E-Sports. Vortrag im Rahmen der „Conference on Media, Religion and Public Scholarship“, University of Colorado Boulder, August 2018, Colorado/USA.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: “Religion as Communicative Figurations: Analyzing Religion in Times of Deep mediatization”, Panel Religion 4.0.?! Religion between Mediation, Medialization and Mediatization, ISRMC International Conference on Media, Religion and Public Scholarship, 11.08.2018, Boulder, USA.

  • Prof. Dr. Gritt Klinkhammer: The Effect of Interreligious Encounter on Religious Identity. On Christian and Muslim Participants in Interreligious Dialogue, Chair of a double panel “Interreligious Encounter and Identity” and lecture with Dr. Anna Neumaier, 06/2018, European Association of the History of Religion (EASR) at the University of Bern/Swiss.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: The effect of interreligious encounter on religious identity. On Christian and Muslim participants in interreligious dialogue. Tagung der European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR),  06/2018, Universität Bern.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Chair des Panels Weakened, strengthened, enriched or unaffected? The (trans-)formation of religious identities under the conditions of interreligious contact. Tagung der European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), 06/2018, Universität Bern.

  • Lea Oetting: “Teachers’ Perceptions of Religious Plurality – A Comparison between multi-faith Religious Education (RE) in Bremen and Hamburg”, 16th Annual Conference of the European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR) “Multiple Religious Identities – Individuals, Communities, Traditions”, 06/2018, (Bern).

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "How innocent is Cultural Heritage? Indie Games in the Philippines between Information and Propaganda", Internationalen Konferenz "Video Games and Museums Educational Digital Tools for the Participatory GLAM Space“, 06.05.2018, Helsinki, Finnland.
    Programm und Informationen zur Konferenz finden sich hier.

  • Hannah Grünenthal: "Who is afraid of digital media? Investigating media appropriation and usage in the Roman Catholic Church". Workshop auf der Internationalen Konferenz "Christentum und Medialität: Bedeutung – Chancen – Konflikte", 14.-16. März, 2018 Frankfurt/Main.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "How do you sell Jesus Christ today? Die kommunikative Konstruktion von Religion in Zeiten tiefgreifenden Medienwandels". Keynote auf der Internationalen Konferenz "Christentum und Medialität: Bedeutung – Chancen – Konflikte", 14.-16. März 2018, Frankfurt/Main.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Who is afraid of digital media? Investigating media appropriation and usage in the Roman Catholic Church". Workshop auf der Internationalen Konferenz "Christentum und Medialität: Bedeutung – Chancen – Konflikte", 14.-16. März 2018, Frankfurt/Main.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Forschungsfeld Internet – Datenerhebung in digitalen Medien. Keynote-Vortrag beim Workshop „Methodische Herausforderungen bei der Erforschung digitaler Relion“,03/2018, Universität Zürich.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Religionen im digitalen Raum: Über die Wechselwirkungen von Religionen und neuen Medien. Keynote-Vortrag bei der Enquete-Tagung „Connecting. Religionen im medialen Diskurs“, 01/2018, Graz.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Decomposing Authority. On Christian web Boards. Internationaler Workshop „Religion, Media, and Materiality: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Religious Authority“, 01/2018, Universität Bochum.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Public Lecture "Gamevironments as a Communicative Figuration. An Introduction to a Heuristic Concept for Analyzing Religion and Video Gaming". International Conference "Religion, Video Games, and Simulated Worlds", 5. und 6. Februar 2018, Center for Religious Studies, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Finland.

  • Ulrich Harlass: The European discovery of Mahayana Buddhism. 2018, BAJS Sheffield.

  • Yan Ananda Suarsana: Inventing Global Revivalism: The Pentecostal Movement and Historiography, 2018, IAP Amsterdam.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "The Pixelated Body: Embodiment and Religion in Video Gaming". Panel auf dem Annual Meeting der American Academy of Religion von 19. - 22- November 2017, San Antonio/USA.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Duterte Go - Nationalism and Video Gaming on the Philippines". Vortrag im Panel "New Perspectives on Power, Politics, and Religion in the Contemporary Philippines" auf der Annual Conference der American Academy of Religion, 20. November 2017,  Boston (USA).

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: Chair des Panels "New Voices In the Study of Religion and Video Games", Video Gaming and Religion Seminar. Panel am auf der Annual Conference der American Academy of Religion,18. November 2017, Boston (USA).

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Let's Play Babtism. Gaming Elicitation in Episodic Interviews". Vortrag am 14. November 2017 an der University of North Carolina, Greensboro (USA).

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Changing media landscapes and authority". Vortrag am 29. September 2017 bei der Tagung "The Dynamics of Religion, Media, and Community" an der Universität Fribourg.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Christian Online Communities - Insights from Qualitative and Quantitative Data. Tagung „The Dynamics of Religion, Media, and Community“, 09/2017, Universität Fribourg.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Communicating Religion on-site and on-line: Interreligious Dialogue and Media. Konferenz der European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), 09/2017, Universität Leuven.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Authority/ies on Christian Web Boards. Konferenz der European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), 09/2017, Universität Leuven.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Cultural Heritage and National Identity: Video Game Development on the Philippines". Vortrag auf der "7th South and Southeast Asian Association for Culture and Religion (SSEASR) Conference 'ASEAN Region’s Culture and Religion by the end of 21st Century: A Dialogue of Past with Present?'" im Juli 2017, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Religionswissenschaft zwischen Selbst-Überhöhung und Selbst-Dekonstruktion". Jubiläumstagung "Reflexive Religionswissenschaft",  5. Mai 2017 , Universität Zürich, Schweiz.

  • Dr. Dr. Lisa Kienzl: Antagonisten, Antihelden und die Suche nach Gott. Inszenierte Ambivalenz in PREACHER. Eingeladener Vortrag im Rahmen der Tagung „Comic/verfilmung und Religion“,  05/2017, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Österreich. 

  • Dr. Petra Klug: The Red Hot Iron. Religion, Nonreligion and the Material Turn (Response to Matthew Baldwin) The Things We Study, when We Study Religion, NAASR Annual Meeting, 2017 Boston, USA.

  • Dr. Petra Klug: Beyond the Margins. The Religious Normation of the Nonreligious as a Blind Spot in the Study of Religion, Sociology of Religion Study Group (SocRel) Annual Conference, 2017 Leeds, UK.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "The Pixelated Body: Embodiment and Religion in Video Gaming". Panel auf dem Annual Meeting der American Academy of Religion von 19. - 22- November 2017, San Antonio/USA.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Duterte Go - Nationalism and Video Gaming on the Philippines". Vortrag im Panel "New Perspectives on Power, Politics, and Religion in the Contemporary Philippines" auf der Annual Conference der American Academy of Religion, 20. November 2017,  Boston (USA).

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: Chair des Panels "New Voices In the Study of Religion and Video Games", Video Gaming and Religion Seminar. Panel am auf der Annual Conference der American Academy of Religion,18. November 2017, Boston (USA).

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Let's Play Babtism. Gaming Elicitation in Episodic Interviews". Vortrag am 14. November 2017 an der University of North Carolina, Greensboro (USA).

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Changing media landscapes and authority". Vortrag am 29. September 2017 bei der Tagung "The Dynamics of Religion, Media, and Community" an der Universität Fribourg.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Christian Online Communities - Insights from Qualitative and Quantitative Data. Tagung „The Dynamics of Religion, Media, and Community“, 09/2017, Universität Fribourg.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Communicating Religion on-site and on-line: Interreligious Dialogue and Media. Konferenz der European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), 09/2017, Universität Leuven.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Authority/ies on Christian Web Boards. Konferenz der European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), 09/2017, Universität Leuven.

     

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Cultural Heritage and National Identity: Video Game Development on the Philippines". Vortrag auf der "7th South and Southeast Asian Association for Culture and Religion (SSEASR) Conference 'ASEAN Region’s Culture and Religion by the end of 21st Century: A Dialogue of Past with Present?'" im Juli 2017, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Religionswissenschaft zwischen Selbst-Überhöhung und Selbst-Dekonstruktion". Jubiläumstagung "Reflexive Religionswissenschaft",  5. Mai 2017 , Universität Zürich, Schweiz.

  • Dr. Dr. Lisa Kienzl: Antagonisten, Antihelden und die Suche nach Gott. Inszenierte Ambivalenz in PREACHER. Eingeladener Vortrag im Rahmen der Tagung „Comic/verfilmung und Religion“,  05/2017, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Österreich. 

  • Dr. Petra Klug: The Red Hot Iron. Religion, Nonreligion and the Material Turn (Response to Matthew Baldwin) The Things We Study, when We Study Religion, NAASR Annual Meeting, 2017 Boston, USA.

  • Dr. Petra Klug: Beyond the Margins. The Religious Normation of the Nonreligious as a Blind Spot in the Study of Religion, Sociology of Religion Study Group (SocRel) Annual Conference, 2017 Leeds, UK.

 

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Mediatisierte Religion. Einblicke in ein neues Forschungsfeld", Doktorandenkolleg der Universität Graz, 03. Dezember 2015, Graz, Österreich.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: Roundtable Discussion "Crafting the Study of Religion and Video Games: A Roundtable Discussion of Key Perspectives", Jahreskonferenz der American Academy of Religion (AAR), 20. - 24. November 2015 in Atlanta, USA.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: "Gamevironments: Religion and Games in Mediatized Worlds", PhD seminar: Video Gaming, Culture, and Religion, University of Helsinki, 1. - 2. Oktober 2015  Helsinki.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: Panel “Journalism and Religion I. Critical Terms in Public Discourse”, Internationale Konferenz der International Association of History of Religion (IAHR) , 23. bis 29. August 2015 in Erfurt.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: Panel ““Mediatized Catholicism.” Communicative Figurations of Religious Authority in Recent European Catholicism”, Internationale Konferenz der International Association of History of Religion (IAHR), 23. bis 29. August 2015 in Erfurt/Germany.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: Panel “Mediatized Religion in Asia” (Co-Presidency with Xenia Zeiler), Internationale Konferenz der International Association of History of Religion (IAHR), 23. bis 29. August 2015 in Erfurt.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: Mediatized Self-Crucifixion on the Philippines, Internationale Konferenz der International Association of History of Religion (IAHR), 23. bis 29. August 2015 in Erfurt.

  • Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler: #Tagleforpope. The Papal Election as a Marker for Shifting Authority Constructions, Internationale Konferenz der International Association of History of Religion (IAHR) , Erfurt/Germany, 23. bis 29. August 2015 in Erfurt.

  • Hannah Grünenthal: - "Struggling for a place - the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in the catholic field", Vortrag auf der Internationalen Konferenz der International Association of History of Religion (IAHR), 23. bis 29. August 2015 in Erfurt.

  • Prof. Dr. Gritt Klinkhammer:
    The Meaning of Islamic Authority within the Salafi Movement, lecture and Chair of the panel „Islamic Authority“, International Association of the History of Religion (IAHR), 08/2015, University of Erfurt.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Religiosity between Offline & Online: About the Exodus of (some) Christians from Churches to Online Boards. XXI. Weltkongress der International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR), 08/2015, Universität Erfurt.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Religionswissenschaftlicher Mittelbau und Nachwuchs in Deutschland. Ergebnisse einer Umfrage zu Arbeitsbedingungen und -zufriedenheit der DVRW. XXI. Weltkongress der International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR), 08/2015, Universität Erfurt.

  • Prof. Dr. Gritt Klinkhammer: Introduction and Chair, Fachtagung „Salafism in Discourse – Reconstruction, Deconstruction and Construction of an Islamic Movement, 07/2015, University of Bremen with guests from the Netherlands and Egypt.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Identity formation in the frame of religious plurality. ReDi-Konferenz (Religion und Dialog in modernen Gesellschaften) der Akademie der Weltreligionen, 06/2015, Universität Hamburg.

  • Dr. Petra Klug : The Implicit Emic Perspective in the Study of Religion: A Call for Change in our Understanding of Religion, International Association for the History of Religions World Congress 2015, Erfurt, Germany.

  • Dr. Petra Klug: The Religious Normation of Nonconformist Individuals: A Blind Spot in the Study of Religion, International Association for the History of Religion World Congress 2015, Erfurt, Germany.

  • Prof. Dr. Gritt Klinkhammer: Western Sufism as a Type of Post-Secular Religion, Working Group “Sufism”, Northern Germany/Scandinavia, 01/2015, Univ. of Aarhus, Dep. of Islamic Studies.

  • Dr. Petra Klug: Religious Normation as a Blind Spot in the Study of Religion: A Call for a Critical Review of the Implicit Emic Perspective/Le normativisme religieux comme point aveugle: Un appel pour réfléchir sur le point de vue émic dans la science des religions, International Society for the Sociology of Religion/Société Internationale de Sociologie des Religions, 2015, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

  • Prof. Dr. Gritt Klinkhammer: Christian-Muslim Initiatives of Dialogue in Germany: Agents of what kind of integration?, internationale Tagung „„Dialogue beyond Dialogue“ des Internat.11/2014, Dialoginstitut KAICIID.

  • Prof. Dr. Gritt Klinkhammer: Christlich.islamischer Dialog in Deutschland, 10/2014, Dt. Abteilung der Al-Azhar Universität Kairo.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Public or private? Internet as a space for religious interaction. Midterm-Conference der European Sociological Association (ESA), Sociology of Religion Research Network, 09/2014, Universität Belfast.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Imagining Community? Über die Formierung von Online-Gemeinschaft(en) auf christlichen Webplattformen. Vortragsreihe „Religion and Media. Evangelicalism in the United States“,07/2014, Universität Mainz.

  • Dr. Eva-Maria Kenngott: „Didaktisch inszenierter Perspektivenwechsel auf dem Feld des interkulturellen und interreligiösen Lernens im Sachunterricht“ im Workshop „Perspektivenwechsel als Kompetenz im Sachunterricht – Neue Herausforderungen aus interdisziplinärer Sicht“, Schweizer Gesellschaft für Bildungsforschung: Kongress „Kompetenz und Performanz in der Bildungsforschung“. 6/2014, (Luzern).

  • Prof. Dr. Gritt Klinkhammer: Grenzgänger und Brückenbauer im islamisch-christlichen Dialog. Funktionen, Rollenbilder und Strategien im Spannungsfeld religiöser und geschlechtlicher Identitäten, internationale Tagung „Religiöse Grenzgänge und Geschlecht“, Institut Religionswissenschaft und Gender Studies, 06/2014, Universität Marburg.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Between Enrichment and Dispute: Transreligious Encounter in Religion-Related Web Boards. Konferenz der European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), 05/2014, Universität Groningen.

  • Dr. Anna Neumaier: Religion Online triangulativ erforschen. Vortrag im Rahmen einer Erasmus-Gastdozentur, 04/2014 Universität Bern.

     

  • Dr. Eva-Maria Kenngott: “Life Design – Ethics – Non-confessional Religious Education”, Centre Pieter Gillis Antwerp, “Religious and moral education in perspective” 3/2014, (Brüssel)

     

  • Dr. Petra Klug: What Can the Study of Religion learn from the Study of Nonreligion? And vice versa?, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting, 2014, Indianapolis, USA.  

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.

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.

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

Aktualisiert von: H. Grünenthal