Prof. Dr. Mathijs Lamberigts from the KU Leuven is one of the scholars involved in ReIReS. Theology Research News interviewed him on ReIReS and its goals: spreading knowledge on religious pluralism in Europe and contributing to a stable society. Read More >> “The ReIReS Project Reviewed: An Interview with Mathijs Lamberigts”
Leor Jacobi from Bar-Ilan-University in Israel is the first scholar who received a ReIReS Transnational Access Scholarship at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU).
The University in Sofia is pleased to announce the ReIReS School 22-27 September 2019 on the use and study of special documents. Especially – but not only – PhD students and postdocs are welcome, both from ReIReS partners and other institutions. Read More >> “Announcement and Invitation: ReIReS School in Sofia, September 2019”
The European Academy of Religion offered Horizon 2020 funded projects like ReIReS a podium to present their projects and to exchange with people involved in other projects in the field of religion and religious diversity, like RetopEA, Inter-Religio, Grassrootsmobilise, and Asiti. Read More >> “ReIReS in Contact with Other H2020 Funded Projects: Involve Younger Generations”
The workshop of the ReIReS training programme, February 25-28, 2019, showed convincingly the necessity of internal and interdisciplinary knowledge transfer between scholars and others working in the field of historical religious studies and building a research infrastructure. Read More >> “Interdisciplinary Contacts Needed while Building a Research Infrastructure”