Hans Gerald Hödl; Astrid Mattes; Lukas Pokorny (eds.):
Religion in Austria 5
2020, ISBN 978-3-7069-1101-6, XV + 406 S., geb.
€ [A] 36,00 / € [D] 35,00
Religion in Austria fills a lacuna in the study of religion in Austria, providing detailed experts accounts on varied aspects of Austrian religious history and adjoining subjects, past and present. Based on original scholarship, this book series takes a Religious Studies perspective on the vast and largely uncharted domain of religion in Austria.
Occult Vienna: From the Beginnings until the First World War
Alternative Religiousness and Viennese Modernism through the Lens of the “Wiener Rundschau”
Holistic Energy Work in Austria
Dominic S. Zoehrer
Pranic Healing: A Mesmerist Echo in the New “Holistic” Age
Discussions about Atheism and Religion in the Austrian Communist Party (KPÖ) between 1945 and 1990
Astrid Mattes, Barbara Urbanic, and Katharina Limacher
Revise, Reclaim, Revive: Towards a New Christian Right in Austria?
Religion in Austria: A Bibliography of 2018 and 2019 Scholarship
Religions in Austria is a unique series that provides scholars of the humanities and social sciences with thorough insights into the religious scene of Austria, past and present, from the perspective of religionswissenschaft. Behind the various contributions lies intensive empirical and textual research exploring Austria’s religious diversity in detail. If the series did not already exist, it would have to be invented.
Wolfram Reiss, Professor of the Study of Religions, University of Vienna
Hans Gerald Hödl is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Vienna.
Astrid Mattes is a postdoctoral researcher at the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
Lukas Pokorny is Professor and Chair in Religious Studies at the University of Vienna.