Doctoral student Graduate School RePliV
Areas of Research
- Material Religion
- Religion and Popular Culture
- Religion and Media
- New Religous Movements and Social Change
- American Religion (Evangelicalism; especially Cowboy Christianity)
- Religion and Modernity
- Summer Term 2022
A generation under a spell – witchcraft in modern society
- Fall Term 2021/22
Understanding New Religious Movements
- Summer Term 2021
From Jedi Knights, Monster Hunting Cowgirls and a Teenage Witch – Religion and Popular Culture
- Fall Term 2020/21
"Yee-haw" not " Amen" – When Cowboy Culture Meets Christianity
- Fall Term 2019/20
Teaching Assisatant "Introduction to Religious Studies"
- Spring Term 2020
Teaching Assistant "Introduction to Religious Studies"
Teaching Assistant "Between the flood of images and iconoclasm: On the role of images in religion and society"
May 2022: God Mode: Religious Symbols and Narratives in Video Games, lecture at the Kath. Hochschulgemeinde Paderborn
December 2021: "Gaming und Religion", MDR radio interview on the topic of religion and computer games.
November 2021: "Power of Images - The Function of Media for New Religious Movements", lecture at the 52nd IDZ Expert Discussion of the Working Group for the Protection of Children and Young Adults NRW.
November 2019: "Riding, Roping, Resurrected – When Christianity meets Horsemanship". Symposium at the Folkwang University of the Arts as part of the inter-university series "Ethnology in the Ruhr Area.
January 2019 – June 2019: Study and research stay at the University of Kansas, KS, US. Field research on the subject of "Cowboy Churches."