Dorothea Lüddeckens

Dorothea Lüddeckens (Prof. Dr.), born in 1966, teaches Study of Religions at the University of Zurich. Her research foci lie in qualitative-empirical research of contemporary religion in Western Europe and contemporary Zoroastrianism, ranging from studies regarding dying and death to research on religion and medicine. She has directed research projects on "Visible Markers of Religious Identity in Public Debate" and "Alternative Religiosity/Spirituality at the End of Life".

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

Publications in the Series: Religious Studies, Sociology

Web: Uni Zürich
DVRW Arbeitskreis »Religion und Medizin«


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Medicine – Religion – Spirituality

Global Perspectives on Traditional, Complementary, and Alternative Healing

Healer, Doctor, Priest: Entanglements of religion and medicine in contemporary Europe, Asia, and Africa.

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