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Friday 9-11 a.m.

Final Program
August 28, 2015

28-101 | 127 | The Study of Religions and Motherhood Studies: A Fruitful Interdisciplinary Potential? (2/2)

28-102 | CT | Fluidity and Hybridity of Religious Innovation in Contemporary Japan

28-103 | 112 | Evangelical and Charismatic Transformations: Tradition and Innovation in Contemporary Evangelical Christianity

28-104 | HS 4 | The Emergence of Buddhism, Christianity and Islam: Old Problem, New Perspectives

28-105 | 128 | Beyond conceptual dichotomies and Eurocentrism: Aesthetic Approaches to the Religious and the Secular in the ‘non-West’

28-106 | HS 5 | Axial Age Research from the Perspectives of Indigenous Religions

28-107 | 114 | Current Dynamics within Orthodox Christianity – between Tradition, Innovation and Realpolitik (1/2)

28-108 | 115 | Integrating the material, bodily, and sensual into the study of religion: a round-table discussion of strategies and approaches

28-109 | 116 | Rearrangement of traditional religious concepts and practices in Contemporary China

28-110 | 448 | Karma Tuners - Historical Transformations of Envisioning the Future in Buddhist Traditions

28-111 | 122 | Questions raised and answered by laboratory studies of religion

28-112 | 123 | Leaving, losing and switching religion: Disruptive dynamics of past and present

28-113 | Helios | Martyrdom Disputed: Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism (1/2)

28-114 | HS 3 | Change of Religious Consciousness under the Roman Empire: Animal Sacrifice and its Substitutions

28-115 | 125 | Remote effects of secularization in East Germany

28-116 | 126 | A balancing act: Minority Religious Communities and Processes of Transformation

28-117 | 124 | Empirical Case-Studies of Continuity, Transition, and Discontinuity in the Context of Asceticism

28-118 | 121 | Quaerendum est in litteris quod non est in actis. Issues of Religious Historiography in Scholarly Correspondences (2/3)

28-119 | 131 | Religious Communities and ethics in Japan: their traditional structure and recent changes

28-120 | 441 | Sonic Explorations in the Study of Religion

28-121 | 134 | The Anastasia Movement in Russia and Beyond: (Trans)formations, Adaptations and Manifestations

28-122 | 135 | De-limiting ‘Right Religion’: Transgression, Innovation and Tradition in South Asia

28-123 | 136 | Representation of Religious Other

28-124 | 447 | History of Religious Studies

28-125 | 137 | Religion and Economy

28-126 | 211 | Spirituality

28-127 | 212 | Cases of Islamic History

28-128 | 213 | Religious Stereotypes

28-129 | 215 | Mysticism

28-130 | 216 | Bhakti in Context

28-131 | 222 | Religion and Death

28-132 | 223 | Gender in New Religious Movements

28-133 | 224 | Mythology and Mythological Themes