135 Works

Polyeder mit kongruenten HP-Flächen

Oswald Giering

Ebene Pflasterungen aus regelmäßigen 5-Ecken und Füllrauten

Oswald Giering

Projekt MALTESERGETRIEBE

Anton Liebich, Karl Kahlbacher & Adolf Hofmeister

Editorial

Schrägkanten-Modelle

Hans Walser

DG Matura in der HTL Kapfenberg 2017

Werner Ganster

Der Teufel sitzt im Detail

Hans Walser

Ist die Erde ein Stern? Geologische und Geometrische Sicht auf den Erdkörper

Alexander Heinz

Aufgabenecke 2017/2

Gerhart Schröpfer & Albert Wiltsche

Von Kaffeebauern und Baumrinde

Samuel Inwinkl

BTTP - mindful resilience coaching

Manuela Unverdorben & Ralf Homann

Rechenschwäche in der Sekundarstufe - am Beispiel der ganzen Zahlen

Johanna Wieser

Eine perfomative politische Theologie für Europa

Martin Kirschner
Ausgehend von der jüngsten Zuspitzung der Situation Europas durch den Krieg in der Ukraine führt das Editorial in die folgenden Beiträge zu einer Performativen Politischen Theologie für Europa und in das zugrundeliegende Projekt ein. Dabei wird zunächst die spezifische Perspektive eines performativen Ansatzes umrissen. Angesichts der Fragwürdigkeit und Fragilität bestehender Ordnungen nimmt dieser die kulturellen Voraussetzungen und Vollzüge in den Blick, durch die Ordnungen konstituiert, destituiert und transformiert werden. Ein performativer Zugang ermöglicht es, die...

ICTs and social movements : Fuel for change or ephemeral social noise?

Adriana Fernández Calderón
The rise of multiple new social movements (NSMs) across the globe, such as the #Black-Lives Matter movement in the United States, the wave of feminist protests in Latin America organised by the #NiUnaMenos movement and the international #MeToo claim, have renewed academic debate about the role that information and communications technologies (ICTs) play in the emergence and eventual success of social movements. Optimistic interpretations have attributed to ICTs the power of enabling new forms of...

Milk and Honey

Romana Sammern

Die Pandemie als Ideenpool

Josseline Engeler

Resiliente Kulturinstitutionen?

Sebastian Linz

Studying African spirit possession crossculturally

Katharina Wilkens
Introducing the new journal Crosscultural Studies of Religion and Theology – Interdisciplinary Perspectives I take a look at spirit possession and the many forms in which it is practiced in Africa today. I suggest four approaches to a crosscultural study of possession rituals: a comparative approach, a view towards entangled histories, a transregional perspective and a reflection on academic theorizing which can be understood as a process of cultural translation itself. My research is grounded...

Information Overload: The real problem or a temporary phenomenon of modern cultures?

Katarzyna Bartosz
Information is disseminated on a massive scale through many channels. The human mind has difficulty handling and filtering such vast amounts of data. It is hard for an individual to assess the reliability of the information or use it to their advantage. The development of information and communications technology and the amount of data available has led to changes in the media operation and the mediatisation of politics. How online companies acquire customers and revenue...

Internet as the Great Equalizer?: Revisited in the case of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Michael Thelen
The internet has become an omnipresent tool in a lot of aspects of people’s everyday lives. It has been theorised that the internet, through its heterarchical and open nature, has transformed the way information and knowledge is distributed. Ideally, using the internet could be a tool of democratisation to improve the conditions and life chances of the disadvantaged. A new way of learning on the internet via Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) has promised to...

Who knows the dance?

Martin Rötting
This article argues that the metaphor of dance can serve as a guiding question for a method of analysis in religious studies. The paper aims to outline a cross-cultural approach by applying the methodical perspective of “Who knows the dance?” to the question of the relationship between spirituality and religion. Spirituality and religion have become projection surfaces of diversly diffused concepts. Just as the players or dancers on stage slip into roles with their bodies,...

Familienbilder in den Medien

Trültzsch-Wijnen, Sascha

Widerstand als Form

Franz Bergmüller & Raffael Hiden

Registration Year

  • 2022
    135

Resource Types

  • Journal Article
    76
  • Text
    54
  • Book Chapter
    5

Affiliations

  • University of Salzburg
    7
  • Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
    1
  • University of Haifa
    1
  • Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
    1