Loading…
Back To Schedule
Monday, March 4 • 10:45 - 12:45
#4/241 – Dialogue, Crossover and Patchwork. Forms of Religion in Modernity

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
The panel aims in an interdisciplinary perspective to ask question around new forms of religion in modernity. Religious studies and Theology have different angles to tackle questions of religion and its forms in modernity. Identity seems to be a key question. Martin Rötting looks from a religious studies perspective into the often-addressed category: The spiritual pilgrim - a form of religion in modernity? Daniela Fella looks into “Identity crises in modernity. The impact of religion on female identity constructions in contemporary auteur cinema” and Rainer Gottschlag asks a theological question: “Assembled by grace in freedom?” following up ideas and divisions that started in Vatican II.

Chair:
  • Martin Rötting (Universität Salzburg)

Panelists:
  • Daniela Fella (Universität Salzburg / Universität Koblenz) - Identity crises in modernity. The impact of religion on female identity constructions in contemporary auteur cinema
  • Martin Rötting (Universität Salzburg) - The spiritual pilgrim - a form of religion in modernity?
  • Rainer Gottschlag (Universität Salzburg) - Assembled by grace in freedom

Language: English

Speakers
DF

Daniela Fella

Universität Salzburg
RG

Rainer Gottschlag

Universität Salzburg
MR

Martin Rötting

Ludwig-Maximilian Universität / Universität Salzburg / OCCURSO Institute for Interreligious and Intercultural Encounter


  Panel

Attendees (1)