26. Jan 2021, 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm | Max-Weber-Kolleg, Religion, Society, and World Relations

Individualisierung und Neuformierung: Facetten Moderner Urbaner Religiosität in Indien

Location
lecture hall 2 (KIZ) and online
Series
Ringvorlesung "Religion and Urbanity Across Time and Space"
Organizer
collegiate research group "Religion and Urbanity" (Max-Weber-Kolleg)
Speaker(s)
Dr. Elisa Iori (Max Weber Kolleg – KFG "Religion and Urbanity")
Event type
Lecture
Audience
public

The collegiate research group "Religion and Urbanity" at the University of Erfurt invites you to a lecture series in the winter semester 2020/21 under the title "Religion and Urbanity in Time and Space". Nineth lecture will be held by Prof. Dr. Martin Fuchs (Max Weber Kolleg – KFG "Religion and Urbanity").

Religion and urbanity are world-wide pervasive and long-established strategies of handling and fostering human sociality. In a world where over half of the population lives in cities and religion is far from disappearing or being relegated to the private, the question as to how they have interlocked historically is a critical issue that still needs further and more fine-grained exploration. Planned as a well-assorted and consistent course of 15 lectures, the lecture series presents such connections by zooming in on specific examples of Mediterranean, North-European, North-American, and Asian cities from the rise of urbanism to the present time.

The lectures take place on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 pm on the campus of the University of Erfurt, in lecture hall 2 (KIZ). As the number of visitors is limited due to Corona, it will also be possible to attend the events online. The access link: https://youtu.be/3paelnGN6wU