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06: Religion und UnGleichheit: Gegenmittel oder Ursache?

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in englischer Sprache

Stellen Religionen wirtschaftliche, soziale, politische oder geschlechtsspezifische Ungleichheiten infrage oder verfestigen sie diese sogar? Wie ist das Paradox zu erklären, dass revolutionäre, zeitkritische Glaubensgründer (Jesus, Mohammed, Siddharta, Buddha) zur Rechtfertigung von Unterdrückung instrumentalisiert werden können? Warum können umgekehrt Religionsgegner im Namen der Gleichheit hierarchische und repressive Verhältnisse bestärken? In dem Seminar soll ein differenziertes Verständnis erarbeitet werden, welche Rolle Religion im Blick auf UnGleichheit spielt und spielen kann, positiv wie negativ.

Vortragende

Visiting Professor, Middle East Centre, LSE - London School of Economics and Political Science, London; Research Fellow, Open Society Foundations, New York Chair
Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) of Sociology of Religion, School of Arts and Humanities, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, King's College London Chair

Madawi AL-RASHEED

Visiting Professor, Middle East Centre, LSE - London School of Economics and Political Science, London; Research Fellow, Open Society Foundations, New York

1990-1994 Prize Research Fellow, Nuffield College, University of Oxford
1994-1995 Lecturer, Social Anthropology, University of Oxford
1995-2013 Professor, Anthropology of Religion, King's College London
since 2013 Visiting Professor, Middle East Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science, London

Ph.D. Marat SHTERIN

Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) of Sociology of Religion, School of Arts and Humanities, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, King's College London

1990-1994 Executive Director, Interncentre, Moscow School of Social Science
1994-1996 Head, Department of Religion, State Library for Foreign Literature, Moscow
1996-2000 Doctoral Dissertation, LSE - London School of Economics and Political Science
2001-2005 Research Fellow, LSE - London School of Economics and Political Science
since 2005 Lecturer/Associate Professor, Sociology of Religion, School of Arts and Humanities, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, King's College London

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