Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Kultur-, Sozial- und Bildungswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften



De:link//Re:link - Local perspectives on transregional (dis-) entanglements

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The research consortium De:link//Re:link studies local perspectives on transregional (dis-) entanglements. It examines new spatial configurations and local perpsectives on transregional infrastructure projects such as China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). De:link//Re:link addresses the local dynamics that are engendered by global processes of political, social, economic, lingual, and cultural entanglement and disentanglement. The consortium is led by Claudia Derichs (speaker) and Andreas Eckert (co-speaker).

More Information: Project Website



Women’s Pathways to Professionalization in Muslim Asia: Reconfiguring Religious Knowledge, Gender, and Connectivity 


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This project addresses the contemporary religion-profession nexus in Asia’s Muslim societies from the vantage point of vocational professionalization through religious knowledge. While empirically obvious, theoretical and conceptual clarity pertaining to this nexus is lacking. The project intends to bring forward exactly this. It links empirical observations of applied religious knowledge and the conceptualization of professionalization, examined through case studies from Southeast and Central Asia. The lens it looks through is intentionally gender-sensitive, exploring how Muslim women in Asia actively and creatively participate in the production and dissemination of religious knowledge and the formation of new knowledge societies through participation in social activism and the global economy on multiple scales. 

The project is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and is part of the Shaping Asia network.


Supervision: Prof. Dr. Claudia Derichs, Prof. Dr. Manja Stephan-Emmrich
More Information: Project Website, Shaping Asia