Networked and Globalized Religious Traditions - Panel One at Crossroads Asia Conference 2013
VIDEO | TULASI SRINIVAS: "FORGING FAITH: AMBIVALENT GLOBALIZATION, NEO-NESS AND INNOVATIVE RELIGION IN THE TEMPLE PUBLICS
OF BANGALORE CITY"
Srinivas, Tulasi. "Forging Faith: Ambivalent Globalization, Neo-ness and Innovative Religion in the Temple Publics of Bangalore City." Paper presented at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg 'Dynamics in the History of Religions between Asia and Europe', Bochum, 29 April 2013.
CONFERENCE | RETHINKING RELIGION AND GLOBALIZATION
von Roman-Maria Höritzsch am Di 15 Okt 2013 16:15:25
'Rethinking Religion and Globalization' The conference convened by Professor Tulasi Srinivas (Emerson College, Boston, MA) who is currently visiting research fellow at the KHK.
The conference is organized into three panels each focusing on a different aspect of the relationship between religion and globalization:
Globalization, Christianity, and Process
Globalization, Nationalism, and the Political
Globalization, Ritual, and Meaning
SRINIVAS' LECTURES & FORUMS
Forging Faith: Ambivalent Globalization, Neo-ness and Innovative Religion in the Temple Publics of Bangalore City - March 25, 2013
South Asia Center presents: Tulasi Srinivas - March 26, 2013
Newness, Ritual and Globalization in Urban Hindu Temple Publics - April 18, 2013
VORTRÄGE AUSWÄRTIGER GELEHRTER
Auf Einladung des Instituts für Ethnologie der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität
am Mittwoch, den 30.10.2013
"Mobilizing Religion: Networks and Mobility“ of the Competence Network Crossroads Asia
“Emotion, Futurity and Ritual in Hindu Temple Publics of Bangalore‘‘
Institut für Religionswissenschaft • Akademiestr. 4-8 • 69117 Heidelberg
Tulasi Srinivas (Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies/ Emerson College, Boston).
"Waiting for God: Emotions, intimacy and subjunctivity in Hindu temple publics of Bangalore city" Discussant: Raphaël Voix (CEIAS/EHESS)
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