Mo, 18-20 Uhr am 29.10.,BU26,108; 02.11., 11-13 Uhr [im Videokonferenzraum des Grimm-Zentrums]; Mo, 18-20 Uhr am 12.11., 26.11., 10.12. und 14.01., BU26,108 und außerdem Seminar week / Blockseminar in Pretoria, South Africa: 27.-31.01.
Recently a new interdisciplinary research field on religion and sustainable development has emerged. Religion and sustainable development are related in a complex web of manifold entanglements. The seminar aims to study the contribution of religious communities to processes of sustainable development in two different contexts, Germany and South Africa.The seminar is a “Q-Kolleg”, an interdisciplinary research seminar for advanced students. It is offered in collaboration with the Department of Practical Theology at University of Pretoria (UP), South Africa.Participants will conduct their own research projects. For this, they can either form a tandem with a UP student to work on a selected research question related to the research project “Potentials of Cooperation with African Initiated Churches for Sustainable Development” or work on a research question of their own choice and form a research partnership with a UP student, in which they mutually comment and discuss one another’s research.The core of the course is a one-week seminar at UP from 27 to 31 January 2019, where the research project outlines or research results will be presented and discussed. Up to 7 students can receive travel subsidies through HU’s Q-Kolleg programme.
Nach den Erfordernissen der jeweiligen Prüfungsordnung möglich.
Die Veranstaltung wurde 8 mal im Vorlesungsverzeichnis WiSe 2018/19 gefunden: