Network of German-Speaking Researchers on Religion and Culture in Times of Deep Mediatization (GeNet-ISMRC)
How are religion and religiosity changing in the context of the deep mediatization we are currently experiencing? Which (new) forms of spirituality can be observed, which practices of doing mediatized religion/religiosity are emerging? With these and other questions we are dealing in our network GeNet-ISMRC.
GeNet-ISMRC is part of the International Society for Media, Religion and Culture (extern). ISMRC was founded in 2010 from a series of conferences that began in 1994. Today, ISMRC is a community of scholars from a variety of international, disciplinary, and religious backgrounds who are working in diverse ways to address the question of how religion and religiosity are changing in the context of mediatization.
GeNet-ISMRC brings together German-speaking researchers of all backgrounds to collect, systematize, and further develop current multidisciplinary approaches in the research field.
For this purpose, we usually meet online once a quarter (to the schedule) and work together on a topic-related basis.
Are you interested in topic-related work and networking? Simply connect with Prof. Dr. Kristin Merle, Prof. Dr. Ilona Nord and Prof. Dr. Kerstin Radde-Antweiler and join GeNet-ISMRC now.
We are looking forward to your contact message.