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From the URBREL Blog | Susanne Rau interviewed Nimrod Luz: "Pilgrimage as Landscapes of Death: Infrastructures, Stampede and Ethnocracy. Ruminations in the aftermath of the Meron catastrophe in Israel"

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New publication: "Religion and its History. A Critical Inquiry"

Routledge has just published a new book by Jörg Rüpke entitled "Religion and its History. A Critical Inquiry", a new book by Jörg Rüpke has just been published.

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NEW BLOG POST

From the URBREL Blog | "The Corona Goddess" by Sara Keller

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Professor Gábor Gángó researches Baron von Boineburg in Padua

Prof. Dr. Gábor Gángó, associated fellow of the Max Weber Kolleg at the University of Erfurt and member of the Research Centre for Early Modern Natural Law of the Gotha Research Centre and the Max Weber Kolleg is going to the University of Padua for…

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New publication: "Biographies of the Reformation"

A new book by Martin Christ, Junior Fellow at the Max Weber College of the University of Erfurt, has now been published by Oxford University Press in the series "Studies in German History". It is entitled "Biographies of the Reformation: Religious…

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CALL FOR APPLICATION

Scientific Management (m/w/d) des Sonderbereichs SFB TRR 294 „Strukturwandel des Eigentums“ an der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena.

Start: 01.08.2021 | Befristet: 31.12.2024 | Vollzeit (40h) | Bewerbungsfrist: 05.06.2021

 

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Invitation to the digital Meister Eckart reading circle

The Meister Eckhart Research Centre at the Max-Weber-Kolleg of the University invites all interested parties to a new Eckart reading circle. The digital event will take place for the first time on Wednesday, May 12, and then every two weeks…

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Max-Weber-Kolleg offers support for doctoral preparation

The Max Weber Centre for Cultural and Social Studies at the University of Erfurt is once again offering young academics financial support for their doctoral preparation this year.

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