Forum for Interdisciplinary Religious Studies (FIRSt)
The Forum for Interdisciplinary Religious Studies (FIRSt) brings together research activities related to religious studies within the faculties of Humanities, Social Sciences, Law and Theology at the University of Göttingen. It provides opportunities for exchange and further development of new research contexts. It is a central component of the university’s strategy to interlink religious studies intra- and interdisciplinarily.
Call for participation: 2nd Summer School Religion “Exclusivity, Inclusivity and Religious Pluralism”
The second U4 Summer School Religion will again unite specialists from a broad array of disciplinary backgrounds for a high quality training programme addressed to U4 PhD students focusing on the topic of religious heterogeneity.more…
Cluster proposal “The Making and Unmaking of the Religious” submitted
On 21 February 2018, the University of Göttingen submitted full proposals for four Clusters of Excellence in the Excellence Strategy funded by the German Federal and State Governments. The cluster “The Making and Unmaking of the Religious” aims to advance knowledge on the dynamics of the making and unmaking of the religious across historical time periods and cultural settings.
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