25.02.-26.02.2020: Public - Religion & Space

12.11.2019

The conference Public: Religion & Space will take place on February 25th and 26th 2020. On the conference, both for theoretical foundations and well as practical examples will be discussed. How does religion reflect itself in public space? Are there comparable or different forms of modern religious space production in urban space and in nature?

7 May, 2019: "Migration from Africa to Europe" - Panel Discussion

07.04.2019

The panel discussion will take place as part of the event series, "Theologie im Zeichen der Zeit", on 7 May, 2019, at 18:00 in HS 101 of the Faculty of Catholic Theology (Universitätsplatz 1, Salzburg, EG).

8 and 22 May: Two Perspectives - Lunch Debate: Religious Studies in an Interdisciplinary Conversation

30.03.2019

Wednesdays, 8 and 22 May, 2019, from 13:00 to 14:00 in the Clubraum of the KHG (Wiener-Philharmoniker-Gasse 2, Salzburg).

Guest Professor Andreas Nehring

10.02.2019

Prof. Dr. Andreas Nehring offers courses in the SS 2019 on the subject of "Hinduism" at the Zentrum Theologie Interkulturell und Studium der Religionen.

12 – 13 June: Lectures on Zen and the Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

05.02.2019

On 12 June, 2019, at 19:00 in the ARCHE (Mühldorfgasse 24, Salzburg) and on 13 June, 2019 at 13:00 in the HS 104 of the Catholic Theological Faculty (Universitätsplatz 1, Salzburg, EC) you will find two public lectures of Zen Monk Hyon Gak Sunim.
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