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Vorschläge für Dissertationsprojekte der 2. Phase (2021/22-2025)

Showcases

DoktorandInnen können eines der Themen (showcases) bearbeiten, die von den Faculty members vorgeschlagen wurden. Weitere Projektvorschläge durch die BewerberInnen, die sich in das Forschungsprogramm der "Resonanten Weltbeziehungen" in einer der beteiligten Disziplinen einfügen, sind ebenso willkommen. 

In Graz

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Irmtraud Fischer (Old Testament Studies)

The impact of power-relations on resonance: Does it matter whose texts became part of the canon?

The impact of repetition on cultural memory in Ancient Israel

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ursula Gärtner
(Classical Philology)

Templum de marmore ponam – Poetic Sacred Places in Imperial Epic as Manifestation of Mute and Resonant Self—World Relations

Sonuere tactae. Ancient Fable Collections as Resonant Narratives

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christoph
Heil (NewTestament Studies)

• The Resonance of Eating and Drinking in Early Christianity and its Ancient Contexts

The Resonance of Praying in Early Christianity and its Ancient Contexts

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Stephan Moebius (Sociology)

Repressing the Reality of Death and Burial Ritual in Modernity

Processes of Sacralisation in Late Modernity

Univ.-Prof. Dr Laerke Recht
(Early Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology)

The archaeology of private religion in ancient Mesopotamia

The cult of cattle in Bronze Age Cyprus: Base Ring ‘bull’ rhyta in context

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Peter Scherrer (Archaeology)

Privatisation of salvation: Religious communities as axes of resonance in the Roman Imperial period

Living in paradies – late antique imagery as reflections of life and afterlife

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Spickermann (Ancient History)

Local tradition and re-formation of (sacred) space: border sanctuaries as centres of resonance

Worshiping Women in the Roman Empire: Ritual and cult

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Franz Winter (Religious Studies)

Somatic dimensions in the ritual practice of the new religious movement Terra Sagrada. An analysis with reference to Rosa’s theory of ‘resonance’

Sacred texts’ as resources of world-orientation and self-optimisation. A case study in the modern reception of the Indian Upanishads.

In Erfurt

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Martschukat
(North American History)

Worshipping Nature and the Body: The Personal, Political, and Spiritual Dimension of the Alternative Food Movement in the 1970s

Resonance and Rituals of Whiteness

PD Dr. Andreas Pettenkofer (Sociology)

Resonance through Electronic Media: The Sacralisation of the Body and the #MeToo Movement

• Social Order and the Destruction of Resonance: Towards a Theory of Humiliation

Prof. Dr. Hartmut Rosa (Sociology)

Rock concerts and football stadiums as ‘bowls of hysteria’

Roadside Crosses and Lovelocks: On revitalising religious ritual practices in secular contexts

Prof. Dr. Jörg Rüpke (Religious Studies, Roman Religion)

Is the city wall the end of the world? Rituals thematising, neglecting or appropriating a physical boundary

Is there somebody else out there? Polemics and counter-polemics on ancient astral religion

Prof. Dr. Jutta Vinzent (Art History

Resonances and Dissonances of Art Forgery

Ritual as Resonance. Religious Objects on Display

Prof. Dr. Markus Vinzent (History of Theology, Patristics)

Turning the driving agencies in a world of pandemics

Dramatising, radicalising, individualising. Purpose and relation of non-historicising and historicising early Christian narratives

Prof. Dr. Verena Weidner (Musicology, Didactics of Music)

Connection through technology? Digital Musicianship between resonance and alienation

Tango in the Technosphere. How does the digital transformation affect the self–world relations in a dance community?

Koordination Erfurt

Dr. Elisabeth Begemann

Mobil:+49(0)361/737-2808

Koordination Graz

Dr. Anna-Katharina Rieger

Mobil:+43 (0)316 380-2391

DoktorandInnenstellen für das Studienjahr 2021/22 ausgeschrieben!

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