Guest Lectures at CRS
Öppen föreläsning: The Rise of Civilisational Rhetoric and the Co-radicalisation of Young Europeans: Islamophobism vs Islam
Föreläsningen äger rum den 18:e April kl 16.00 - 17.30 i Humanistiska teatern.
Ayhan Kaya is the Director of the European Institute. He is a Professor of Politics and Jean Monnet Chair of European Politics of Interculturalism at the Department of International Relations, İstanbul Bilgi University; and a member of the Science Academy, Turkey. He is currently the principal investigator for the ERC Advanced grant project titled “Nativism, Islamophobism and Islamism in the Age of Populism: Culturalisation and Religionisation of what is Social, Economic and Political in Europe”.
He has researched and published broadly on Islam, migration and integration in Europe and on Europeanization and tolerance in Turkey. Recent publications include Populism and Heritage in Europe: Lost in Diversity and Unity (London: Routledge, 2019) and edited volume Memory in European Populism (London: Routledge, 2019, with Chiara de Cesari).
Previous Guest Lectures at CRS
BECOMING JEWISH, BELIEVING IN JESUS: PENTECOSTALS, JEWISH RITUALS AND ZIONIST POLITICAL INCLINATIONS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
Date: 4 april
Place: English Park Campus 22-0031 and Zoom
Manoela Carpenedo Rodriguez, Postdoctoral Researcher in Religion and Extremism in the global South vid University of Groningen, will give a lecture based in her book Becoming Jewish, Believing in Jesus: Judaizing Evangelicals in Brazil and her ongoing reserach about Christian zionism.
Manoela Carpenedo Rodriguez is a social scientist and ethnographer. Manoela’s work is dedicated to understanding grassroots Christian movements in the global South and their intersections with politics, religious extremism and gender.
The lecture is open for everyone, but you need to register in beforhand (also for participation on Zoom).
Register here: https://doit.medfarm.uu.se/bin/kurt3/kurt/49323
Afterwards you are welcome to stay on the following mingle.
A collaboration between CRS, Forum for Jewish Studies and Higher seminar in History of Religion and World Christianity at the Department of Theology.