The Interfaculty Research Cooperation “Religious Conflicts and Coping Strategies” has successfully concluded its work after the planned four year running time (2018-2022).
For findings and further projects see:
- Conceptual paper on the analytical conflict-coping-model: Heyden, Katharina, Mona, Martino (2021). Coping with religious conflicts: Introducing a new concept in conflict research. In Zeitschrift für Religion, Gesellschaft und Politik.
- Interactive educative video (flashMOOC) “How to cope with religious conflicts? Insights from History”.
- Bibliography: Link.
- Follow-up research project «Interactive Histories, Co-Produced Communities: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam», Prof. Dr. Katharina Heyden (University of Bern) und Prof. Dr. David Nirenberg (IAS Princeton).