Religious Studies is a challenging research-oriented programme that prepares you for participation in current debates in the international community of scholars of religion.
The programme combines an advanced grounding in the central themes and theories of the study of religion, with ample opportunity for specialisation. You can choose and develop your specific expertise in relation to one of the key research areas of our institute:
-Religious texts and interpretative practices: This research area focuses on the study of religious traditions from the perspective of sacred texts: their interpretation and the religious rituals and practices associated with them, and discussions on the authority of religious texts.
-Materiality and physicality of lived religion: This area focuses on the study of the use of the body and the senses in religious practices, such as praying, dancing, fighting, and fasting; the function of objects withing the context of religious practices, such as images, buildings, food, clothing, and money; and public controversies.
You have a elevant Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in the Humanities or in one of the Social sciences; Proven interest in Religious Studies (30 EC in a relevant field at the Bachelor’s level)Knowledge of basic concepts in Religious Studies and insight into relevant methods.For more information about requirements, please visit: View Website
2017-2018 EU/EEA: € 2.006,- Non EU/non-EEA : € 15.167
Recipient: Utrecht University
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