Triennial of Religion 2016

1st to 7th of August 2016, University of Salzburg – together with the Salzburger Hochschulwoche 2016

Fleeing Religion
The Impact of Migration on Religion in Secularized European Societies

Teaser of the SHW 2016The Department for Systematic Theology at the University of Salzburg and the Salzburger Hochschulwochen are organizing a series of International Summer Schools on The Political and Cultural Presence of Religions in Europe (Salzburger Religionstriennale). Due to its success the series, originally designed as a triannual cycle of seminars (2013-2015), has now been decided to be set forth.
In doing so, this year’s event is in a particular manner dedicated to the concern of the Salzburger Hochschulwochen to embrace academic perspectives from Middle and Eastern Europe. Thus, the summer school 2016 offers 20 excellent PhD-students as well as postdoctoral researchers from Middle and Eastern Europe the possibility to study and discuss questions of religion, culture, politics and identity in the European context with distinguished experts in this field. These topics are dealt with in a historical as well as systematic perspective.

Feminist Approaches To The Bible (Workshop)

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