February 21, 2014

Religious Studies Opportunities Digest – 21 February 2014

wordleWelcome to the eighth RSP Opportunities Digest for 2014. As ever, please remember that we are not responsible for any content contained herein unless it is directly related to the RSP. If you have any content for future digests, please contact us via the various options on our ‘contact’ page. If you are enquiring about any of the opportunities listed below, please contact the organizers directly.

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Visions of Enchantment: Occultism, Spirituality & Visual Culture

An International Conference at the University of Cambridge, 17-18 March 2014


Calls for Papers

EASA 2014

13th EASA Biennial Conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA), taking place in Tallinn, the beautiful capital city of Estonia, on 31st July – 3rd August, 2014.


Religion as Resource: Local and Global Discourses

Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology Asia-Orient-Institute University of Tübingen Graduate Academy for Academics and Scientists (Excellence Initiative, DFG funded)

Convenors: Dr Vibha Joshi and Dr Andrea Luithle-Hardenberg

18-20 July 2014

Venue: Schloss Hohentübingen

See attached Word Document for more information. 



Religious Indifference

The Emmy Noether Project “The Diversity of Nonreligion” is glad to be hosting a workshop on Religious Indifference in November 2014 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

See attached Word Document for more information.

Studying Pentecostalism in a Transcultural Perspective

The Junior Research Group B21 “Transcultural Dynamics of Pentecostalism” at the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context” (Heidelberg University) welcomes applications for the interdisciplinary workshop “Studying Pentecostalism in a Transcultural Perspective” held at Heidelberg University from April 3 – 5, 2014.



Durham University

Lecturer in Theology and Ministry


Käte Hamburger Kolleg

Executive secretary for the online journal “Entangled Religions”,
part-time academic job, http://bit.ly/1fao3V2

Public relations manager, full-time professional job,


Doctoral studentship

One doctoral studentship in the research project “Islamophobia in Germany, Poland and Russia, with Particular Attention to Its Christian Dimension”

Södertörns högskola (Södertörn University)

See attached Word Document for more information.


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