Recent issues and events

November 12th 2018: Symposium "70th Anniversary of Israel: Insights and Perspectives. Politics - Culture - Religion", 14:00-19:30, conference hall of the deanship of the Faculty of Catholic-Theology, universíty of Vienna, Universitätsring 1, 1010 Vienna; organized by RaT and the Department for Practical Theology in cooperation with the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien. Poster

October 24th 2018: Guest lecture with Dominik Finkelde "Anamorphose und Subjektivität im Raum der Gründe", 16:45-20:00, Schenkenstraße 8-10, 1. Stock, Seminarraum 5. Poster

24th September 2018: guest lecture by Dr. Brian Klug (Oxford) entitled "Wittgenstein and the Divine: Can Nonsense Make Sense?" Place: RaT office (Schenkenstrasse 8-10, 1010 Vienna, Room 053). Review

4 June 2018 (before noon): Workshop "Resilience in Religion and Society" with Professor Cornelia Richter (Evangelisch-Theologische Fakultät der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Research fields of Professor Richter are (amongst others) resilience in Religion and Spirituality. Location: Office of the Research Centre (Schenkenstrasse 8-10, 1010 Vienna, 2. floor, Raum 053). 

16-18 May 2018: The End(s) of Religious Community - International Conference in Cooperation with IWM and FWF, organized by Michael Staudigl

Interview with Charles Taylor

Review - lecture by Charles Taylor

23 May 2018: international Workshop "Religion, Community, Borders (II). Social Imaginaries and the Crisis of Neoliberal Democracy" with the Consortium sIMAGINE (NL), 10-17.00 Uhr in the Office of the Research centre RaT. Program Review

16-18 May 2018: Congress "The Ends of Religious Community: Challenging Continental Philosophy of Religion (II)". Organized by Michael Staudigl and the IWM in cooperation with RaT. Program

16. May 2018: Symposiuon "70 Jahre Staat Israel": History - Conflicts - Theology, 06:30- 09:00 p.m., Stephansplatz 3. Initiated by the Theologische Kurse and the Koordinierungsausschuss für christlich-jüdische Zusammenarbeit.

25 April 2018: Guest lecture by Ian James and Martin Crowley (Cambridge) Catherine Malabou. The Future of Hegel"