Care

This area of research regards practices of care, including spiritual and pastoral care. The central research question is how lived religion and spirituality shape both formal and informal arrangements of care and support, particularly with regard to vulnerable individuals. Empirical research focuses on care for traumatized people, identity issues and spiritual care, and the professionalization of (spiritual) care.

Announcement: Course by prof. dr. R.R. Ganzevoort

04/07/2015 - Care Prof. dr. R.R. Ganzevoort

Care for the Story - a Course about the Narrative Model[more]

Researcher in residence: Mery Kolimon

01/12/2014 - Cultures, Communities, Care, TRIC: Rural, TRIC: Urban, TRIC: Virtual, TRIC: Religion and sustainable communities, TRIC: Building religious (in)tolerance and reconciliation

THE AMSTERDAM CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF LIVED RELIGION WELCOMES RESEARCHER IN RESIDENCE MERY KOLIMON [more]

Public lecture David Tombs

13/11/2014 - Cultures, Communities, Care, TRIC: Rural, TRIC: Urban, TRIC: Virtual, TRIC: Religion and sustainable communities, TRIC: Building religious (in)tolerance and reconciliation, TRIC: Religous leadership of the future

Lived religion, (in)tolerance and the dehumanizing violence of the cross[more]

VACATURE: Postdoc/Onderzoeker

10/10/2014 - Cultures, Communities, Care, TRIC: Rural, TRIC: Urban, TRIC: Virtual, TRIC: Religion and sustainable communities, TRIC: Building religious (in)tolerance and reconciliation, TRIC: Religous leadership of the future

For English, please see below Functietitel: Postdoc/Onderzoeker project RITUS (Religion in the Urban Sphere) Fte: 0,2 fteVU eenheid: Faculteit der GodgeleerdheidVacaturenummer: 14323Publicatiedatum: 9 oktober...[more]

Call for chapters: Lived Religion and the Politics of (In)Tolerance

11/08/2014 - Communities, Cultures, Care

Call for Chapters Lived Religion and the Politics of (In)Tolerance Forthcoming 2015 Editors: R. Ruard Ganzevoort and Srdjan Sremac (VU University Amsterdam) The Amsterdam Centre for the Study of Lived Religion invites...[more]

Call for papers

09/02/2014 - Cultures, TRIC: Building religious (in)tolerance and reconciliation, Communities, Care, TRIC: Religous leadership of the future, TRIC: Religion and sustainable communities

Religious and Sexual Nationalism in Eastern Europe: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives (editors: Srdjan Sremac, R. Ruard Ganzevoort, VU University Amsterdam)[more]

Panel 'Contested Privates' accepted for EASR 2014

10/11/2013 - Cultures, Communities, Care, TRIC: Rural, TRIC: Urban, TRIC: Virtual, TRIC: Religion and sustainable communities, TRIC: Building religious (in)tolerance and reconciliation, TRIC: Religous leadership of the future

A panel based on the project 'Contested Privates' will be presented at the 2014 joint conference "Religion and Pluralities of Knowledge, sponsored by EASR, NGG, IAHR in Groningen NL.[more]