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The second workshop in the REDO Project was held in December 2013 at Granavolden in Norway. The aim of the workshop was to elaborate on the main question in REDO: how may ritual impact societal change?
Professor of Comparative Religion, Sarah Pike, studies radical environmentalism in USA. In a recent article in Aeon Magazine she writes about motivations for eco-activism, and relates this to experiences of kinship with non-human species and spaces.
April 8-11 2013, the REDO group of 13 researchers and 3 Associated Ph.D. students assembled for their first joint workshop and 3 day planning meeting at University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.
This spring, Jens Kreinath will stay at the Faculty of Theology May 15 to June 7 as a guest researcher, working on the REDO Project.
Renewed announcement of Phd position announced, application deadline is 15 September. The position is attached to the project Reassembling Democracy. Ritual as Cultural Resource (REDO).
Phd position announced, application deadline on 22 April. The position is attached to the project Reassembling Democracy. Ritual as Cultural Resource (REDO).
The Research Council of Norway has awarded a total of NOK 100 million in funding to 15 projects under the Programme on Cultural Conditions Underlying Social Change (SAMKUL).
Read the article "Kan ritualer bidra til å endre samfunnet?" (only in Norwegian).