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Dr. Iliyana Angelova

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Dr. Iliyana Angelova

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin (PostDoc)

Raum: SpT C6160
E-Mail: angelovaprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Seit 04/2021

Post-Doc, Universität Bremen

Projekt “Surviving the mega-city: the experiences of minority Christian migrants in New Delhi, India”
09/2018 - 03/2021

Dozentin für Religionswissenschaft

Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of Oxford
10/2017 - 08/2018

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Irish Research Council

Department of Anthropology, Maynooth University
06/2017 - 09/2017

Post-Doc, Excellenz Initiative

Abteilung für Ethnologie, Universität Tübingen
04/2016 - 03/2017

Teach@Tübingen Postdoctoral Fellow, Excellenz Initiative

Abteilung für Ethnologie, Universität Tübingen
04/2016

DPhil Anthropology, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford

Dissertation: “Baptist Christianity and the politics of identity among the Sumi Naga of Nagaland, Northeast India”

Vollstipendium: School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography

Okita Bursary: Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies
09/2009

MSc Social Anthropology, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford

Masterarbeit: Perceptions of the divine and expressions of religious belief among some Naga groups

Vollstipendium: Weidenfeld Leadership and Scholarship Programme
10/2005 - 09/2008

Dozentin für Hindi

Indology Department, St Kliment Ohridski Sofia University (Bulgarien)
02/2006 - 09/2007

Dozentin für Englisch

Faculty of Primary and Pre-school Pedagogy, St Kliment Ohridski Sofia University (Bulgaria)
10/2007

Eastern European Scholar Visiting Research Fellowship

St John’s College (Oxford) and the Open Society Institute (Sofia)
07/2005

MA Indology (profile: Cultural and Social Studies of India)

Indology Department, St Kliment Ohridski Sofia University (Bulgarien)

Masterarbeit: Aspects of Christianity in the State of Nagaland, Northeast India
2002 – 2003

Diplom in Literature and Applied Hindi Linguistics

Central Institute of Hindi, Agra (Indien)

Vollstipendium: Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR)
1998 – 2002

BA Indologie (Hauptfach), BA Englische Sprache und Literatur (Nebenfach)

Indology Department, Department of English and American Studies, St Kliment Ohridski Sofia University (Bulgarien)

Buchkapitel:

  • (2021) Baptist Christianity as a form of indigenous religious expression among the Sumi Naga of Northeast India, in Brill’s Encyclopaedia of the Religions of the Indigenous Peoples of South Asia. Brill (in press).
     
  • (2020) Identity change and the construction of difference: colonial and post-colonial conversions among the Sumi Naga of Nagaland, Northeast India, in Peter Berger and Sarbeswar Sahoo (eds.) Godroads: modalities on conversion in India. Cambridge University Press.
     
  • (2017) Colonial rule, Christianity and socio-cultural (dis)continuities among the Sumi Naga, in Jelle Wouters and Michael Heneise (eds.) Nagas in the 21st century. The Highlander Books (reprint of journal article).
     
  • (2015) ‘Something like wind, unusual thing came’: the Great Evangelical Revivals of the 1950s and 1970s in the memories of some Sumi Naga, in Michael Heneise (ed.) Passing things on: ancestors and genealogies in Northeast India. Heritage Publishing House.

Zeitschriftenartikel:

  • (2017) Colonial rule, Christianity and socio-cultural (dis)continuities among the Sumi Naga. The South Asianist, Special Issue on ‘The Nagas in the 21st century’,5 (1): 20-45.
     
  • (2015) Building a ‘home’ away from home: the experiences of young Naga migrants in Delhi. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 7 (2): 153-167.
     
  • (2015) Tribal communities’ adjustment to modernity: a comparative study of post-Independence tribal responses to social change in India. Manas: Electronic Journal of the Centre for Eastern Languages and Cultures, St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University, vol. 2.

In Vorbereitung

  • ‘God’s chosen people’: Baptist Christianity and the politics of identity in the Indo-Burma borderlands (book manuscript).
     
  • ‘Catch them young’: church strategies for socializing children and adolescents into Baptist Christian life in Nagaland, Northeast India (journal article).
     
  • ‘Shout to the Lord’: Christian music and the mediation of religious experience in Naga Baptist churches (journal article).

Forschungsinteressen: Religionsanthropologie, Anthropholgie des Christentums (besonders Christentum in Süd- und Südostasien), Religion und Identität, Religion und Politik, Religion und Kulturerbe, religiöser Nationalismus, diasporische Religion, urbane Religion

Ethnographischer Schwerpunkt: Naga (Northeast India)

Seit 2020 – Fellow, Royal Anthropological Institute

Seit 2015 – Mitglied, British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR)

Seit 2015 – Mitglied, European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR)

Seit 2014 – Mitglied, European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA), Anthropology of Religion Network

Dissertation:

‘Baptist Christianity and the politics of identity among the Sumi Naga of Nagaland, Northeast India’, Oxford 2016

Laufendes Forschungsprojekt:

“Surviving the mega-city: the experiences of minority Christian migrants in New Delhi, India”

Aktualisiert von: B. Stelter