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Transformative Religion in Africa Compared - Local Religion, Migration, and Hybridity

Eine Veranstaltungsreihe im Rahmen des Graduiertenzentrums der Theologischen Fakultät und des Projekts „Internationales Graduiertenkolleg ‚Transformative Religion‘“ (Prof. Dr. Torsten Meireis, Prof. Dr. Baz Lecocq)

HERZLICHE EINLADUNG * CORDIAL INVITATION


Transformative Religion in Africa Compared – Local
Religion, Migration and Hybridity

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Programm * Schedule

 

15.04.19

Isaac Niehaus, Brunel University London:
From Witchcraft to Satanism: Changing Fantasies and New
Experiences in the South African Lowveld


29.04.19

Anita Schroven, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
Halle/S.:
Bureaucratization of old religions: Secret Societies in Liberia
and Sierra Leone


06.05.19

Ulrike Kluge, Charité Berlin:
Transformative-performative: religious practices and their
impact on subjective explanatory models of mental (ill)
health and healing practices


13.05.19

Katja Werthmann, Universität Leipzig:
Local Religion or Cult Shopping? A Sacrificial Site in Burkina
Faso


20.05.19

Regina Römhild, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin:
Migrating, Religion and Hybridity


27.05.19

Marloes Janson, SOAS London:
How to Study Religious Pluralism?: The Cases of Neo-
Traditional Yoruba Religion and Chrislam in Nigeria


03.06.19

Istvan Povedák, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, University
Szeged:
Neo-Nationalism and Hybrid Religion in Hungary


17.06.19

Peter Lambertz, Deutsches Historisches Institut Paris &
CREPOS Dakar:
Shintoism in Kinshasa


24.06.19

Henry M’baya, Stellenbosch University:
The Role of Healing of Sangoma's in Development and
Transformation of Societies


01.07.19

Jesse Mugambi, University of Nairobi:
Reconstruction – Theology – African Cultural Religious
Heritage


08.07.19

Round Table ‘Lessons Learned’
Peter Geschiere, Andreas Heuser


Montags, 18 – 20 Uhr, BU 26, R 117


Eine Veranstaltungsreihe im Rahmen des Graduiertenzentrums der Theologischen Fakultät und des Projekts „Internationales Graduiertenkolleg‚ Transformative Religion‘“