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Final Program
August 27, 2015

27-301 | 131 | Shaman, Healing, Paranormal

27-302 | 136 | Neopaganism

27-303 | Helios | Challenges in Contemporary Religion

27-304 | 127 | The Study of Religions and Motherhood Studies: A Fruitful Interdisciplinary Potential? (1/2)

27-305 | 128 | Children in New and Minority Religions: Questions and Cases

27-306 | 222 | Toshihiko Izutsu and Oriental Religious Thought

27-307 | 122 | Iconic Religion in Public Space (2/2)

27-308 | 448 | Religious Space and Boundaries in Roman Imperial Times

27-309 | 124 | The dynamics of silent prayer in Antiquity

27-310 | 134 | Human Rights Law and the Formation of Religious Communities

27-311 | 213 | Looking at Change - Perspectives on Mapping and Measuring Religion in Local, Regional and National Settings

27-312 | 114 | Mapping the Dynamics of Religion in Exhibitions of European Museums for the History of Religion: Theories and Practice

27-313 | 137 | Othering in Salafi Islam – examples, effects and explanations

27-314 | 211 | On Revolutions, Paradigms and Other Liminal Narratives

27-315 | 212 | The archaeology of religion and religious experience

27-316 | 115 | Members only: Creating commitment in the context of religiously diverse societies in Africa

27-317 | 214 | Empirical Examinations of Asceticism from the Perspective of Cultural Evolution

27-318 | 215 | The Dynamics of East Asian New Religions

27-319 | 216 | Taxonomies of Religion in the Ancient and Modern Worlds

27-320 | 221 | Swedenborg's Written Revelation: The Dynamics of Reception

27-321 | 121 | Quaerendum est in litteris quod non est in actis. Issues of Religious Historiography in Scholarly Correspondences (1/3)

27-322 | 223 | The Roman Emperor’s Divine Body

27-323 | 126 | Experiments in the field as a bridge between psychological science and the humanities

27-324 | 224 | Revisiting ‘Secularization’ in Japan: A Historical Perspective (1850s-1890s)

27-325 | HS 4 | Innovation und Tradition in the Field of Entangled Religion and Medicine - Differentiation or Dedifferentiation? Religious Practices in the Secular Health Care Sector

27-326 | HS 6 | Artisans of Greek religion: (re)shaping the gods in poetry and art of ancient Greece

27-327 | HS 5 | Orthodox Christian extremism: theoretical background and implementation (ideology and practice)

27-328 | 135 | Colonization and religious dynamics in antiquity: contact, continuity and Change

27-329 | CT | Indigenous Religion(s). Local Grounds, Global Networks (Ethnographic Ground) (4/4)

27-330 | 123 | Conceptualizing Japanese Religion

27-331 | 125 | Individualization (1/2)

27-333 | 116 | Controversial Islam

27-334 | 112 | Sources of Post-Modern Religion