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Dieses Modul setzt sich aus einer theologischen Vorlesung (zur Religions- und Kirchengeschichte Afrikas, des Nahen Ostens, Asiens oder Amerikas) und einer aus dem einschlägigen Lehrangebot der Universität Göttingen auszuwählenden Veranstaltung zusammen, in der die in der Vorlesung erworbenen Kenntnisse interdisziplinär vertieft und erweitert werden. Die (mündliche) Modulprüfung wird im Rahmen der theologischen Vorlesung absolviert.

   
SoSe 2021    401625     Seminar    2 SWS    Abteilung Intercultural Theology Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Heinrich

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
      Theologicu / Theo 0.136

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   mdl.Prf. 16.07.2021 bis
16.07.2021
     



Kommentar:

The lecture introduces briefly into some pivotal periods and traditions of the multi-entangled history of religions from an Asian centered point of view. In this perspective particularly the dynamics within and the interactions of the religious fields of Mesopotamia, Iran, Central, East, South, and Southeast Asia come into sight, whereas Europe and the Americas appear only at the margin until missionaries, merchants, artists, soldiers, intellectuals, and their rulers from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean with alternative worldviews, new technologies, economic, and military powers change the game of the whole region through their colonial and hegemonic activities. An impact that on the part of Europe already can be observed during Hellenistic times as consequences of Alexander the Great and his conquering expeditions. In this horizon Jews, Christians, Gnostics, and since the second half of the 7th century quite similar Muslim become rather visible as local actors in a specific area of Asia than as representatives of a European or Arabic, respectively a Near Eastern religious tradition.



Organisatorisches:

The lecture starts at the 15. April 2021, and is held weekly during the announced time. The keyword for StudIp you can get via E-Mail from the lecturer in the week after Easter. The course starts online. As soon as the pandemic situation on the campus allows it, the lecture will be held in presence in the above-mentioned room.



Literatur:

Introductory Literature:

The Cambridge History of the Ancient World, ed. by Michele Renée Salzmann, Vol. 1. / Vol. 2.: Cambridge: University Press 2013; Peter Clark: Zoroastrianism: An Introduction to an Ancient Faith, Brighton: Sussex Academic Press 1998; Thomas M. Berry: Religions of India: Hinduism, Yoga, Buddhism, New York: Columbia Univ. Press 1996; John Y. Fenton (a.o.): Religions of Asia, 3. Ed. New York: St Martins 1993; Encyclopaedia Iranica (related articles), http://www.iranicaonline.org; Encyclopedia of Religion. Ed. by Lindsay Jones, 2nd Ed. Detroit: MacMillan 2005 (related articles); History of Christianity in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, 1450-1990: a Documentary Source Book. Ed. By Klaus Koschorke / Frieder Ludwig / Mariano Delgado, Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans 2007; Philip G. Kreyenbroek: Teachers and Teachings in the Good Religion: Opera minora on Zoroastrianism, ed. by Kianoosh Rezania, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2013; The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Buddhism. Ed. By Michael Jerryson, New York, NY: Oxford University Press 2017; Religions of South Asia: An Introduction. Ed. by. Sushii Mittal / Gene R. Thursby, London Routledge 2006; Yijie Tang: Confucianism, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity and Chinese Culture, Springer-Verlag 2015.

 




SoSe 2021    400601     Vorlesung    2 SWS    http://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/109075.html Abteilung Intercultural Theology Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Zugeordnete Lehrpersonen:   Richebächer ,   Fischer

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021