- PhD scholarship ritualization of megalithic monumentsThe Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies (both at the University of Groningen, NL) offer a four year studentship to complete a PhD on present-day ritual activities that take place at the megalithic tombs in the Netherlands (Hunebedden).
- Spring meeting Assocation for Liturgical StudiesSpring meeting of the Association for Liturgical Studies on the mystery of liturgy. More information on our Dutch page.
- Expert webinar: UKRAINE / Heritage in ConflictThe Centre for Religion and Heritage and the Centre for Religion, Conflict and Globalization invite you to join a quick-response webinar on Heritage in Conflict in Ukraine.
- Inclusive rituals?Rituals are both inclusive and exclusive. How can we fruitfully think about the inclusivety of rituals?
- Reinventing pilgrimage in Europe: Camino Cahier 6A en 6B verschenenIn maart 2022 is van de hand van Paul Post een afsluitend Camino Cahier verschenen (bestaande uit twee delen) van het project ‘Reinventing pilgrimage in Europe‘. Het project richtte zich op actuele ontwikkelingen op het gebied van pelgrimages in Europa.
- Handbook of Disaster Ritual available open accessThanks to a generous contribution of the Protestant Theological University the Handbook of Disaster Ritual is now available open access!
- Call for Papers: Special Issue on Divorce RitualsThe aim of this Special Issue is to collect descriptions, analyses and evaluations of divorce and end-of-relation rituals from various cultures and religions.
- Ritual, technology, and ritual techniquesCulture moves beyond text. That at least is what the Berlin philosopher Sybille Krämer and the Berlin art historian Horst Bredekamp argued in their 2003 German article, later translated as ‘Culture, technology, cultural techniques: Moving beyond text’. When I reread this article on the occasion of IRiLiS’ thirtieth anniversary, my attention fell mainly on the word ‘technology’ in the title.
- Job opening in Liturgical/Ritual Studies in BernThe Faculty of Theology at the University of Bern has a job opening in the field of Liturgical and Ritual Studies. You can find the vacancy text (in German) below.