Members

Speakers

Vice Director of the Max-Weber-Kolleg
(Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies)
Max-Weber-Kolleg (Steinplatz 2) / room 708 (6. OG)
Assoziierter Fellow
(Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies)

Faculty

Max-Weber-Kolleg, University of Erfurt

Prof. Dr. Jörg Rüpke (Director, Erfurt)

  • Religious Studies
  • Fellow at the Max-Weber-Kolleg
  • Research Focus: Ancient History of Religion and Theory of ReligionReligious Studies

Prof. Dr. Hartmut Rosa (Vice director, Erfurt)

  • Vice spokesperson, Erfurt
  • Sociology
  • Director of the Max-Weber-Kolleg
  • Research Interests: Theory of Time and Acceleration, Theory of Self and World Relations, Resonance

Prof. Dr. Kai Brodersen

  • Professor of Classics
  • Erfurt University
  • Research Interests: Classics, Ancient Culture, Historiography

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Martschukat

  • Professor of North American History
  • Erfurt University
  • Research Interests: History of the Body, History and Theory of Discourses and Practices

Dr. Georgia Petridou

  • Lecturer in Ancient Greek History at the University of Liverpool
  • Associated Fellow at the Max-Weber-Kolleg
  • Research Interests: Greek Literature, Greek and Roman Religion, Greek and Roman Medicine, Greek Epigraphy

Prof. Dr. Markus Vinzent

  • History of Theology, Patristics
  • Fellow at the Max-Weber-Kolleg
  • Research Interests: Early Christian and Patristic Studies, Neo-Platonism and its Reception through History (Medieval period, Enlightenment), Narratives, Second Modernity

Prof. Dr. Katharina Waldner

  • Professor of Religious Studies
  • Erfurt University
  • Research Interests: Religious Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity, Early Christianity

Dr. Elisabeth Begemann

  • Coordinator of the Graduate School in Erfurt
  • Research Interests: Religious History of Republican Rome, Historiography

University of Graz

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Spickermann (Director, Graz)

  • Ancient History and Epigraphy
  • University of Graz
  • Research Focus: Germanic provinces, Late Antiquity and Early Christianity

Prof. Dr. Irmtraud Fischer (Vice director, Graz)

  • Old Testament Studies
  • University of Graz
  • Research Focus: Gender and Feminism studies, biblical theology

Prof. Dr. Ursula Gärtner

  • Classical Philology
  • University of Graz
  • Research focus: Imperial literature, fables, iconography

Prof. Dr. Christoph Heil

  • New Testament Studies
  • University of Graz
  • Research focus: Early Christianity, social history

Prof. Dr. Stephan Moebius

  • Sociology
  • University of Graz
  • Research Focus:Cultural Sociology, Sociological Theory, Sociology of Religion

Prof. Dr. Laerke Recht

  • Early Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology
  • University of Graz
  • Research Focus: Ritual and sacrifice in the Ancient Near East, Human-Animal Relations, Material Culture Studies, Archaeogical Theory

Dr. Anna-Katharina Rieger

  • Coordinator of the Graduate School in Graz
  • Research focus: Roman archaology, Roman religion, landscape archaeology

Prof. Dr. Peter Scherrer

  • Classical Archaeology
  • University of Graz
  • Research focus: archaeology, epigraphy, ancient religion and ideology

Prof. Dr. Franz Winter

  • Religious Studies
  • University of Graz
  • Research Focus: Religious Studies, religious and cultural contacts between Europe and Asia

Further Members

Doctoral Researchers

Nancy Alhachem
Resonance instead of Alienation: The Practices of Memory among Migrants and Refugees in the German Culture of Remembrance
Personal website

Bennet Bergmann
Im Einklang mit Gott und der Welt: Untersuchung des Verhältnisses von Meditationsritualen und phänomenologischen Resonanzbeziehungen zur Welt
Personal website

Marcus Döller
Autonomy as Social Practice
Personal website

Sára Eszter Heidl
Event Religion as an alternative to modern religious phenomena
Personal website

Winfried Kumpitsch
Der Einfluss christlicher Soldaten auf die Entstehung eines christlichen Soldatenideals
Personal website

Elena Malagoli
GODS AND OATHS IN THE MITTANI TREATY: RESONANT SELF-WORLD RELATIONS IN THE ANCIENT NEAR-EAST
Personal website

Gabriel Malli
Heilige Körper. Eine resonanz- und religionssoziologische Untersuchung der religiösen Verschleierung
Personal website

Manuel Moser
Mein Schönes Auto als entdinglichtes Ding? Eine vergleichende empirische Studie zu Auto- und Motoradpilgerfahrten und -segnungen in Mitteleuropa und Bolivien bezogen auf das Verhältnis der drei Resonanzachsen zueinander
Personal website

David Palme
Widerspruch als Lebensform / Contradiction as a Form of Life
Personal website

Diana Pavel
Platforms of Enounters or A Table for Offerings? The Aspects of the Etruscan Altar in the Public and the Private Sphere in the 7th to 2nd Century BC
Personal website

Luca Pellarin
Time (Dis)Closure. Learning From Christian Eschatology
Personal website

Aaron Plattner
Resonanz und Ekphrasis. Die Stimmen heiliger Räume, Rituale und Gegenstände bei Pausanias
Personal website

Blaž Ploj
Religiöse Rituale in den Komödien von Titus Maccius Plautus
Personal website

Stella Rehbein
Romantik in Zeiten abnehmender Resonanz. Eine ungleichheits- und geschlechtersoziologische Untersuchung von Liebe zwischen Ritual und Routine
Personal website

Thomas Sojer
Simone Weil's 'resonant reception' of Early Christianity
Personal website

Ramón Soneira Martínez
Atheism and Unbelief in Ancient Greece
Personal website

Raphaela Swadosch
Das Hohelied als Beitrag zur Radikalisierung der Beziehungsidee - eine Untersuchung der Resonanzverhältnisse des Hohelieds
Personal website

João Tziminadis
Unleashing Life from its Boundaries: The Bioscientific-Cultural Pursuit of Vitality and the Finiteness of the Human
Personal website

Armin Unfricht
Identität, Integration, Politik: Zur gesellschaftlichen Bedeutung von Heroisierung und kultischer Verehrung historischer Persönlichkeiten bei den Griechen
Personal website

Malka Wijeratne
Mos Maiorum, Resonance and Emotion
Personal website

Mercator Fellows

Dr. Fouad Gehad Marei
Research Project: "Feeling Sectarian? Shi‘i Ritual Practice, Affective Relations, and Holy War in the Middle East"
Personal Website

Cooperating Researchers

Max-Weber-Kolleg

Prof. Dr. Martin Fuchs
Religious History of India

Prof. Dr. Richard Gordon
Ancient History of Magic

PD Dr. Christoph Henning
Philosophy

Prof. Dr. Benedikt Kranemann
Liturgical Studies
Faculty of Catholic Theology

PD Dr. Antje Linkenbach-Fuchs
Comparative Ethnology

PD Dr. Andreas Pettenkofer
Comparative Sociology

Prof. Dr. Beatrice Renzi
Anthropology and Religion of South Asia

Dr. Dr. Emiliano Urciuoli
Early Christianity

Dr. Dr. Jutta Vinzent
History of Classical, Modern and Contemporary Art

University of Graz

Prof. Dr. Anneliese Felber
Byzantine Orthodoxy and Patrology

Prof. Dr. Manfred Lehner
Classical Archaeology, Roman Provincial Archaeology, Medieval Archaeology

Prof. Dr. Katharina Scherke
Sociology of Culture, Art and Science, History of Sociology, Theory of Sociology

Dr. Leif Scheuermann
Ancient History, Digital Humanities, Historical Geography

Prof. Dr. Klaus Tausend
Ancient History, Mycenology, Military History, History of Germanic Tribes

Prof. Dr. Sabine Tausend
Ancient History, Gender Studies, Reception of Antiquity

PD Dr. Elisabeth Trinkl
Archaeology, Digital Archaeology

Associated Doctoral Researchers Max-Weber-Kolleg

Rafael Barroso
Religious Studies

Sofia Mancini
Classics

Felipe Perissato
Religious Studies

Konrad Pfeffel
Religious Studies

Martin Repohl
Sociology

Anton Röhr
Philosophy

Alumni

since 2021

Enno Friedrich
Pilgern in geistigen Landschaften – Sozioreligiöse Praxis in der Dichtung des Venantius Fortunatus
Personal website

Olivera Koprivica
Female Bodies and Angelic Likeness: The Place and Role of the Body in Everyday Life of Orthodox Women Monastics – A Qualitative Study
Personal website

Anita Neudorfer
Zur Heilkraft von Gesang. Rezente Gesangsbewegungen aus resonanztheoretischer Perspektive
Personal website

Isabell Wagener
Wer bin ich? Personifikations- und Kultdarstellungen als Ausdruck resonanter Weltbeziehungen im Spiegel der aristophanischen Komödie
Personal website