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Friday 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Final Program
August 28, 2015

28-301 | 214 | Individualization (2/2)

28-302 | 112 | Charisma, Conversion, Atmosphere: Social Dynamics

28-303 | 124 | Extreme Diaspora: Global Buddhism

28-304 | 115 | Constructions of Religious Pasts

28-305 | 121 | Methodology in Religious Education

28-306 | 122 | Muslim Women in Modern Transformations

28-307 | 123 | Comparing Paradigms in the Study of Ancient Religions

28-308 | HS 5 | Attempts at Adaptation in Contemporary Japanese Buddhism: Organizational and Discursive Transformation in the Pure Land Tradition

28-309 | 114 | Re-presenting and re-defining the Other through the Ages: images, objects and texts in interreligious encounter (2/2)

28-310 | 125 | Current Dynamics within Orthodox Christianity – between Tradition, Innovation and Realpolitik (2/2)

28-311 | 126 | Dynamics of Politics and Religions: Beyond a ‘Standard Model’ of Secularization

28-312 | Helios | Martyrdom disputed: Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism: Contemporary Martyrs - Discourses and Performances (2/2)

28-313 | 127 | Way of Life and/as Religious Knowledge. Premodern Constellations

28-314 | 221 | Death, Lived Religion and the Crisis of Meaning

28-315 | 215 | Religious Minorities in the Islamic Settings

28-316 | 216 | Theologies and Religious Studies in postwar Germany

28-317 | 131 | Interreligious contact in the Roman World and in Colonial Mesoamerica: A comparative Analysis

28-318 | CT | Fruits from the garden of Japanese Spirituality

28-319 | 222 | Dynamics of Accommodation - Law and Religion in Contemporary Western Societies

28-321 | 135 | Mormonism's Engagement with Other Religions

28-322 | 136 | Representations of Otherworlds in Japanese and Western Literature

28-323 | HS 3 | Differentiating Nonreligion

28-324 | 137 | Making sense out of individual crisis: Votive Offerings and Narratives

28-325 | 128 | Dalits and Religion (2/2)

28-326 | 223 | Religions on the Ground: Practices and Discourses toward Social Adaptation and Transformation in the Philippine Context

28-327 | 224 | Re-framing the history of New Religious Movements: Dominant and non-dominant religions in the historical imagination

28-328 | HS 4 | Constructing moral selves: Transmitting and appropriating ‘Muslim’ values in and outside institutionalized religious settings in Europe

28-329 | 211 | Contemporary Catholic Transformations or Dynamics

28-330 | 116 | Transformations of Religions in China: Past and Present

28-331 | 213 | Protestant Emotional Practices: Scales of Proximity & Christian Missions in Comparative Perspective