“Transformation” in the Context of Religion and Society

In 2010 the rectorate of the University of Vienna established the research platform “Religion and Transformation in Contemporary European Society” (RaT) the name of which was later changed to “Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society”. RaT is the supporting organisation of the “Journal fo...

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Published in:Interdisciplinary journal for religion and transformation in contemporary society
Main Author: Ramharter, Esther 1970-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: Brill [2020]
In: Interdisciplinary journal for religion and transformation in contemporary society
Year: 2020, Volume: 6, Issue: 1, Pages: 193-215
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Religion / Transformation / Society / Universität Wien, Forschungszentrum: "Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society" / Print / History 2010-2020
IxTheo Classification:AA Study of religion
AD Sociology of religion; religious policy
Further subjects:B Transformation
B Religion
B Society
B Metamorphosis
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Summary:In 2010 the rectorate of the University of Vienna established the research platform “Religion and Transformation in Contemporary European Society” (RaT) the name of which was later changed to “Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society”. RaT is the supporting organisation of the “Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society“ (JRAT) which was founded in 2015. On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of RaT, the philosopher Esther Ramharter takes a closer look at the significance of the term transformation. Her main focus will be on the way in which this term has been used in the publications of the members of RaT. A review of ten years of RaT.
ISSN:2364-2807
Contains:Enthalten in: Interdisciplinary journal for religion and transformation in contemporary society
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.30965/23642807-00601012