Graduate School RePliR

Regulating Religious Plurality in the Region

The interdisciplinary graduate school Religiöse Pluralität und ihre Regulierung in der Region (RePliR) focusses on the impact of religious pluralisation in the two Western German regions of Münsterland and the Ruhr area. It is funded by the Minstery of Innovation, Science and Research of the Bundesland North Rhine-Westphalia and conducted as a joint-venture by the Center for Religion and Modernity (University of Münster) and the Center for Religious Studies (CERES) of Ruhr-Universität Bochum.



2016 - 2020

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Dr. Maren Freudenberg

Project Management

Universitätsstr. 90a
44789  Bochum
Office 2.09
+49 234 32-22092
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Dr. des. Heike Haarhoff

PhD Student
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André Kastilan

PhD Student
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Martina Loth

PhD Student
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Natalie Powroznik

PhD Student
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Dr. Susanne Stentenbach-Petzold

PhD Student
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Aysel Tepeli

PhD Student