Universität Erfurt

Max-Weber-Kolleg

Guest Lectures im Wintersemester 2018/19 (öffentlich, Anmeldung erforderlich)

Mi 24.10.2018
John Connolly

“Erlösung und Versöhnung bei Anselm, Eckhart und Kant. Redemption and Atonement in Anselm, Eckhart and Kant.”

Di 06.11.2018
Anna Sun

“Chinese Religion in the Age of Massive Urbanization”

Mo 12.11.2018
Marcel Poorthuis

“The Temple Mount on the Internet: fundamentalist currents in a virtual reality”

Di 13.11.2018
Stefan Donath

"Choruses of Protest: Towards an New Aesthetics of Resistance"

Di 13.11.2018
Fouad Marei

“Feeling Sectarian? Shi‘i Ritual Practice, Affective Relations, and Holy War in the Middle East”

Mo 19.11.2018
Judith Frishman

“Samuel Hirsch on the Jewish Question. A Reply to Bruno Bauer and other Neo-Hegelians”

Mo 03.12.2018
Jean-Marc Tétaz

“Die Konstitution des ethischen Subjekts bei Ricoeur”

Mo 10.12.2018
Thomas Blanton

“Abraham as Ritual Model in Genesis, Jubilees, and Pauline Epistles: A ‘Loop of Social Reproduction?’”

Mi 19.12.2018
Priyanka Jha

“Buddhism in the making of India”

Di 15.01.2019
Robert A. Yelle

“Semiotics”

Di 22.01.2019
Stefanie Michels

"Challenging paradigms: global history, african history, Colonial history - the case of "German colonialism"

Guest Lectures im Sommersemester 2018 (öffentlich, Anmeldung erforderlich)

Plakat SS 2018 (pdf)

Mo 16.04.2018
Claudia Bergmann 
“Theologisches Thema aus der hebräischen Bibel ”


Mi 25.04.2018
Marie-Anne Vannier 
„Meister Eckhart und die Kirchenväter“

Di 08.05.2018
Kalpana Ram 
‘Modernising Indian Aesthetics: the ambitious projects of the twentieth century.’


Mi 09.05.2018
Till Luge
„Westernization“, Deislamization, or Individualization? On the Success of New Spiritualities in Turkey


Mi 23.05.2018 
Tessa Rajak 
„The Masada Story and Forms of Jewish Resistance.“

Di 29.05.2018
Paul J. D'Ambrosio und Hans-Georg Moeller

Buchpräsentation: “Genuine Pretending” (Columbia University Press 2017)

Mo 11.06.2018
Jane Buckingham
“The Moral World of the Elephant in Akbar’s India"

Mo 18.06.2018
Jutta Vinzent

“Entangling Resources. Jewish Refugees from Nazi Germany in British Internment in Kenya.”


Mo 18.06.2018
Monique Bellan

Talking about Art and Aesthetic Reflection in Lebanon and Egypt since the 1920s (Beirut)


Di 19.06.2018
Till Grallert

Food riots as part of a repertoir of contention in late Ottoman Greater Syria (Beirut)


Di 19.06.2018
Nadia von Maltzahn

Cultural Policies in Lebanon: Cultural institutions between state and society (Beirut)


Mi 20.06.2018
Daniel Lord Smail

"Making Lists in Late Medieval Europe"


Mi 20.06.2018
Hans-Peter Pökel

The inimitability of the Qur’ān (i‘jāz al-qur’ān) in transconfessional contexts of the early
Abbāsid period (Beirut)


Mo 25.06.2018
Jan Willem van Henten

"Martyr's Motivations: Religion and Politics"


Mi 04.07.2018
Ian Richardson

“Tradition, Norm, and Individualization: Russian and German Philological Approaches to German Religious Literature (from 1300 to 1500)”

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