Events

  • Il seminario si concentrerà su una contestualizzazione e problematizzatine del concetto di “incanto” (e derivati) nelle teorie storiche, sociologiche, e antropologiche dall’inizio del ‘900 a oggi. Particolare attenzione sarà dedicata agli usi di tale concetto e alle pratiche sociali cui esso si riferisce nei contesti post-socialisti dell’Europa Centro-Orientale.
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  • This lecture will first present discuss the paleological thinking as a mode of understanding of cosmic correspondences. It will then proceed to the field of intersubjectivity and evaluate the phenomena within religious science usually designated as “magical” or “nonscientific” – by primarily focusing on telepathy as a form of entanglement within the quantum theology.
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  • The seminar in the series in memory of sociologist Massimo Rosati, "Nothing is Ever Lost," explores the work of Émile Durkheim from the perspective of asceticism and exercise, interpreting him as a reinterpreter of ancient wisdom in a modern and collective key.
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  • Il Workshop è dedicato alla partecipazione di un gruppo di volontari a una serie di attività di "participatory design" e di applicazioni semiotiche, con l'intento di fare emergere idee e necessità utili per lo sviluppo del progetto EUFACETS
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  • A dialogue between Stella Casola (University of Milan) and Paolo Costa (FBK-ISR) on the past, present and future of cultural memory in a postsecular society takes place in the fourth event of the seminar series in memory of Massimo Rosati
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  • The lecture deals with secularization from a sociological perspective. After discussing the concept of secularization and the distinction between religious and secular, the distinction between micro, meso and macro processes will be applied to the religious sphere. Finally, some aspects of the current religious situation in Europe are examined.
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  • Robert L. Kendrick (Chicago), visiting fellow at the Italian-German Historical Institute, will hold a seminar in FBK’s Aula piccola on April 19, in which he will discuss the growing interest of historians in the topic of “soundscapes” and focus on continuities and discontinuities between the early and late modern age.
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  • The final conference of the REBE project will present - together with international experts - the results of two years of research on the nature of resilient beliefs. What is it that distinguishes “rational” from “irrational,” “good” from “bad” forms of belief resilience? And what about religious beliefs?
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  • The seminar "Digital Divinity: Intersection between Religion and Screen Culture" explores philosophical foundations of screen culture, Christian matrices of digital environments, digital media's theological implications, and religious practice challenges in the digital era, ending with a roundtable discussion.
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  • Oi Dialogoi, progetto di ricerca del Conservatorio Bonporti di Trento, organizza il primo incontro del 2024 nell’Aula Grande di FBK. Nell’occasione verrà presentato il numero inaugurale della rivista «Oi Dialogoi - Ricercare, creare, interpretare. Reti di relazioni tra studenti e docenti di Conservatori e Università».
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  • Join the Bruno Kessler Foundation's Center for Religious Studies in Trento for an event showcasing key 2023 publications. Discover groundbreaking work on religious diversity, digital media's impact, and more. Engage with authors for a deep dive into religious scholarship and societal implications.
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  • The seminar dwells on three different phases of Nigerian Christian history: the full development of Ethiopianism (ca. 1890-1900), the beginnings of the Aladura movement (ca. 1920-1930), and the spread of the “gospel of prosperity” in contemporary Pentecostal churches. The emphasis will be on the configurations that Christianity has given to forms of “traditional” religiosity at each juncture.
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