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Organizers

IAHR XXI World Congress Committees
International Organizing Committee

The IAHR XXI World Congress International Organizing Committee is responsible for the planning and execution of the XXI World Congress on behalf of the IAHR. The Committee consists of officers of the affiliate IAHR association, the DVRW (German Association for the Study of Religions) and is chaired by the local Congress Director and the General Secretary of the IAHR .

Members of the IAHR XXI World Congress Organizing Committee are:

Prof. Dr. Christoph Bochinger, Bayreuth (Congress Director)

Prof. Dr. Jörg Rüpke, Erfurt (Congress Director, Chair)

Prof. Dr. Tim Jensen, Odense (General Secretary of the IAHR, Chair)

Prof. Dr. Mar Marcos, Santander (Deputy General Secretary of the IAHR, Chair of the Program Committee)

Prof. Dr. Wanda Alberts, Hannover

Prof. Dr. Martin Fuchs, Erfurt

Prof. Dr. Vasilios Makrides, Erfurt

Prof. Dr. Hubert Seiwert, Leipzig

Prof. Dr. Katja Triplett, Göttingen

Prof. Dr. Katharina Waldner, Erfurt

The IAHR XXI World Congress Organizing Committee is supported by

Dr. Elisabeth Begemann, Erfurt (Congress Coordinator)

Dr. Bernd-Christian Otto, Erfurt

IAHR XXI World Congress Committees
Academic Program Committee

The IAHR XXI World Congress Academic Program Committee is made up of notable scholars of a wide range of topics and interest to ensure an even distribution of subjects at the IAHR Congress. The IAHR XXI World Congress Academic Program Committee is elected to ensure the academic and scientific quality of papers and panels submitted.

Members of the IAHR XXI World Congress Academic Program Committee are:

Prof. Dr. Christoph Bochinger, Bayreuth (Chair)

Prof. Dr. Mar Marcos, Santander (Chair)

Prof. Dr. Veikko Anttonen, Turku

Prof. Dr. Eileen Barker, London

Prof. Dr. Corinne Bonnet, Toulouse

Prof. Dr. Carole Cusack, Sydney

Prof. Dr. Vasudha Dalmia, Berkeley

Prof. Dr. Satoko Fujiwara, Tokyo

Prof. Dr. Yolotl Gonzalez, Mexico City

Prof. Dr. Rosalind Hackett, Knoxville

Prof. Dr. Noriko Kawahashi, Nagoya

Prof. Dr. Göran Larsson, Gothenburg

Prof. Dr. Jacob Olupona, Harvard

Prof. Dr. Marco Pasi, Amsterdam

Prof. Dr. Michael Stausberg, Bergen

Prof. Dr. Emilio Suárez de la Torre, Barcelona

Prof. Dr. Ann Taves, Santa Barbara

The IAHR XXI World Congress Academic Program Committee will evaluate all submitted panel, paper and poster proposals according to academic quality and research standard. The IAHR XXI World Congress Academic Program Committee will accept and reject all proposals based on their relevance to the Congress theme and the four relevant fields indicated. It has the right to make improvement suggestions in those cases where it is felt that a proposal, though relevant to the Congress, does not yet meet the standards that can be expected at an international congress of this level.

XXI IAHR World Congress Committees
Advisory Committee

It is a pleasure and privilege to report that the IAHR 2015 World Congress Advisory Committee has now been established, with Proff. Peter Antes and Rosalind I.J. Hackett co-chairing the committee. The IAHR 2015 World Congress Advisory Committee, constituted of renowned, experienced and IAHR dedicated scholars and IAHR Honorary Life Members, has the task of advising and supporting the Congress organizers.

The Advisory Committee are:

Prof. Dr. Peter Antes (Hannover), IAHR President 2000-2005 and Chair

Prof. Dr. Rosalind Hackett (Knoxville), IAHR President 2005-current and Chair

Prof. Dr. Giulia Sfameni Gasparro (Messina)

Prof. Dr. Armin Geertz (Aarhus)

Prof. Dr. Mihály Hoppál (Budapest)

Prof. Dr. Hans Kippenberg (Bremen)

Prof. Dr. Luther Martin (Burlington)

Dr. Jan G. Platvoet (Bunnik)

Prof. Dr. Michael Pye (Marburg)

Prof. Dr. Kurt Rudolph (Düsseldorf)

Prof. Dr. Jonathan Z. Smith (Chicago)

Prof. Dr. Yolotl González Torres (San Angel)

Prof. Dr. Akio Tsukimoto (Tokyo)

Prof. Dr. R.J. Zwi Werblowsky (Jerusalem)

Prof. Dr. Donald Wiebe (Toronto)

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   Erfurt University

Thuringia Tourism - holiday (vacation) and travel in Thuringia

The XXI IAHR World Congress cooperates with Thuringia Tourism in booking the Congress and providing accommodation and the Congress tours.

The IAHR 2015 World Congress partners with myclimate to aim at a net zero carbon footprint.