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"Holy" wars

Historic days
Wednesday, 05.03. - Friday, 07.03.2025
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What is the motivation behind "holy" wars, these at least superficially religious conflicts? We want to look at the interdependencies between questions of faith and other components. To this end, religious conflicts from the Middle Ages to the present day will be analysed. The aim is to show the extent to which questions of faith were simply instrumentalised, contributed to, exacerbated or in some cases were actually constitutive. The aim is also to identify similarities and differences between the specific conflicts.

Cooperation with:

Journal World and Environment of the Bible

Special note:

Partial online participation in the event is possible via livestream on the YouTube channel of the Catholic Academy in Bavaria. You can follow Marina Münkler's lecture online on Thursday, 6 March 2025, from 7 pm.


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Datum und Uhrzeit Wednesday, 05.03., 14.00 Uhr - Friday, 07.03.2025, 18.00 Uhr

Tagungsbeitrag

  • Participation 119,00 €
  • Participation erm. 39,00 €
  • incl. catering 227,00 €
  • incl. catering erm. 147,00 €
  • incl. meals and single room 387,00 €
  • incl. meals and single room (reduced) 307,00 €
  • incl. meals and double room 333,00 €
  • incl. board and DR. 253,00 €

Maximal 250 Teilnehmer.

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