Nina Käsehage

Nina Käsehage, born in 1978, is an historian and religious scholar. Since 2017, she is a senior lecturer at the Department for Religious Studies and Intercultural Theology (Faculty of Theology) at the University of Rostock. In 2018, she received her Ph.D. for her basic research about the contemporary Salafist and Jihadist milieu in Germany from the Department of Religious Studies (Faculty of Philosophy) at the Georg-August-University of Göttingen. Her main research interests are Islamic Radicalization, New Religious Movements, Qualitative Religious Research, Religious Fundamentalism, Psychology and Sociology of Religion.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Religious Studies, Religious Studies, Sociology, Sociology of Religion

Publications in the Series: Religious Studies

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Religious Fundamentalism in the Age of Pandemic
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Religious Fundamentalism in the Age of Pandemic
Religions are contested by fundamentalists who seem to understand Covid-19 as a supernatural »sign« that might be useful for triggering a religious revolution. In this book, internationally renowned scholars discuss the term »Religious Fundamentalism« as well as the practical impact of Covid-19 on the religions.

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