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A100 Ethnography of contemporary Shi'ism: The Middle East (2/2)

A101 Formation and Transformation: Modelling the Dynamics of Religious Traditions

A103 Pentecostalism and the Practice of Religions in Nigeria: Adaptation and Transformation

A104 Axial Age Research from the Perspectives of Indigenous Religions

A105 Imagining Sacrifice: Secular Politics and the Invention of a Religious Phenomenon

A106 Dynamics of Religion in Pakistani Society

A107 Publicly funded Islamic Education in Europe, a story of Adaptation and transformation to context (2/2)

A109 Current Dynamics within Orthodox Christianity – between Tradition, Innovation and Realpolitik (1/3)

A110 Current Dynamics within Orthodox Christianity – between Tradition, Innovation and Realpolitik (2/3)

A111 Integrating the material, bodily, and sensual into the study of religion: a round-table discussion of strategies and approaches

A113 From Innovation to Transformation: Asian Religious Practices in the Shadow of Media Change

A114 Looking at Change - Perspectives on Mapping and Measuring Religion in Local, Regional and National Settings (1/2)

A115 Looking at Change - Perspectives on Mapping and Measuring Religion in Local, Regional and National Settings (2/2)

A116 Equilibrium-Violence - Entanglement: Interaction between minority and majority religious communities in the Middle Ages

A117 Religious change through Law in Roman Antiquity

A118 Rearrangement of traditional religious concepts and practices in Contemporary China

A119 The Dawn of the Therapeutic in the Age of Aquarius – Healing, Transformation and Well-Being as Technologies of the Self in Postmodern Religious Discourse

A120 Protestant Emotional Practices: Scales of Proximity & Christian Missions in Comparative Perspective

A121 Performance of Language: Space and Time in Meister Eckhart and Modism

A122 Dynamics of Politics and Religions: Beyond a ‘Standard Model’ of Secularization

A123 The Category of “Religion” in Public Life: Empirical Cases and Theoretical Considerations

A124 Mithraism and Roman Society (2/2)

A125 The Figure of the Martyred Prince in the East Slavic Tradition in the Millenary Anniversary of the Death of Princes Boris and Gleb of Kiev

A126 Karma Tuners - Historical Transformations of Envisioning the Future in Buddhist Traditions

A128 Rethinking the History of Religions in Postwar Japan from a Post-Secular Perspective

A129 Mapping the Dynamics of Religion in Exhibitions of European Museums for the History of Religion: Theories and Practice

A130 ISSRNC/REDO - When Rocks and Plants are Persons: Ritual Innovation and a Reassessment of “Animism” (1/2)

A131 Revisionisms and Diversifications in New Religious Movements (2/2)

A132 Hermeneutics of Language and Textual Practices: Continuity and Transformation in Hinduism and Theravada Buddhism

A134 Othering in Salafi Islam – examples, effects and explanations

A135 Perspectives on Religious Studies in India

A136 Studies on Indian Religion

A137 On Revolutions, Paradigms and Other Liminal Narratives

A138 Questions raised and answered by laboratory studies of religion

A139 The archaeology of religion and religious experience

A140 After World Religions

A141 Philosophy for the Study of Religion: Problems, Potentials, and Proposals

A142 Members only: Creating commitment in the context of religiously diverse societies in Africa

A143 Comparing the dynamics of pilgrim experience of English cathedrals past and present

A144 Assuming the Supernatural: Cognitive Approaches to Greek Religion and Magic

A145 Religious Reform in the Medieval and Early Modern Christian West: Gender Dynamics and Spiritual Renewal

A147 Nationalism, Transnationalism, Globalization: Dynamics of Civil Religions

A148 Retraditionalisation, Anti-Foundationalism and Glocalisation in a Post-Islamist Muslim World (1/2)

A149 Retraditionalisation, Anti-Foundationalism and Glocalisation in a Post-Islamist Muslim World (2/2)

A150 Leaving, losing and switching religion: Disruptive dynamics of past and present

A151 A Critical Discussion of Aaron W. Hughes’ book Muslim Identities: An Introduction to Islam

A152 Martyrdom Disputed: Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism (1/2)

A153 Martyrdom disputed: Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism: Contemporary Martyrs - Discourses and Performances (2/2)

A154 Empirical Examinations of Asceticism from the Perspective of Cultural Evolution

A155 The Dynamics of East Asian New Religions

A157 Current Dynamics within Orthodox Christianity – between Tradition, Innovation and Realpolitik (3/3)

A158 Material Culture as Agent in In-Between-Spaces of Religion and Gender

A159 Transgressive Transformations through Art

A160 Me, My God and I: The Individual as Recipient of Divine Epiphanies (2/2)

A161 The environmentalist turn in religions: Religious communities in society: Adaptation and transformation (1/2)

A162 The environmentalist turn in religions: Practices and discourses: Innovation and tradition (2/2)

A163 Changing landscapes of Saiva Siddhanta: Transforming tradition through innovation: Historical Perspectives (1/2)

A164 Changing landscapes of Saiva Siddhanta: Transforming tradition through innovation: Current Developments (2/2)

A165 Nurturing the pious body – Diet patterns and the dynamics of religion and culture

A166 Change of Religious Consciousness under the Roman Empire: Animal Sacrifice and its Substitutions

A167 African sacred space? Establishing sacred places in Africa and beyond (1/2)

A168 African sacred space? Establishing sacred places in Africa and beyond (2/2)

A169 Religious Theories of Religion (1/2)

A170 Comparative spirituality East and West

A171 Religious Theories of Religion (2/2)

A172 Conspiracy theories in Contemporary Religious Discourse

A173 The genesis and social significance of rituals and memorials honoring victims of mass atrocities and disasters (1/2)

A174 Religious community in modern Ukrainian realities

A175 Way of Life and/as Religious Knowledge. Premodern Constellations

A176 The genesis and social significance of rituals and memorials honoring victims of mass atrocities and disasters (2/2)

A177 Focusing concepts and theories for the study of lived religion (1/2)

A178 Focusing concepts and theories for the study of lived religion (2/2)

A179 The Scientification of Religion: Discursive Change via Religion-Science Relations

A181 Positioning in Cross-Cultural Encounters and the Transfer of Religion and Knowledge

A182 Media, religious communities, and society: adaptation and transformation

A183 Remote effects of secularization in East Germany

A184 A balancing act: Minority Religious Communities and Processes of Transformation

A185 Transcending borders in the wake of catastrophe: Religion and spiritual care after the 11 March 2011 earthquake in Japan

A186 Taxonomies of Religion in the Ancient and Modern Worlds (1/2)

A187 Death, Lived Religion and the Crisis of Meaning

A188 Taxonomies of Religion in the Ancient and Modern Worlds (2/2)

A189 Swedenborg's Written Revelation: The Dynamics of Reception

A190 Empirical Case-Studies of Continuity, Transition, and Discontinuity in the Context of Asceticism

A191 Mapping the Civic Engagement of Immigrant Religious Groups

A192 Quaerendum est in litteris quod non est in actis. Issues of Religious Historiography in Scholarly Correspondences (1/3)

A193 Quaerendum est in litteris quod non est in actis. Issues of Religious Historiography in Scholarly Correspondences (2/3)

A194 Quaerendum est in litteris quod non est in actis. Issues of Religious Historiography in Scholarly Correspondences (3/3)

A195 The Roman Emperor’s Divine Body

A196 Women’s Rights and Religions: Contemporary Perspectives

A197 Experiments in the field as a bridge between psychological science and the humanities

A198 New Methods in Comparative Studies of Religion with a Focus on Women

A199 Religious Minorities in the Islamic Settings 

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