[21 Feb 2017] With a background as a translator for CNN and communications officer at a university in Gaza, Hala Alaraj came to Sweden and had to start all over again. After an internship at the University of Gothenburg she has now a ¿nystartsjobb¿ and is now working with the web, students and alumni.
[25 Oct 2016] On November 4, Robert Pfaller, professor in philosophy and cultural sciences, holds this year's Cassirer lecture at the University of Gothenburg. Pfaller is a border-crossing scholar who doesn't hesitate to step out in the public and be controversial.
[18 Oct 2016] Being a PhD candidate can be lonely - but conferences are fun, and the future holds exciting options for you! Giulia Giubergia is a Ph.D. student in Religious Studies at the University of Gothenburg. We spoke to her about studying and career issues.
[19 Apr 2016] How have ideas and movements such as alchemy, magic, Satanism, astrology, Freemasonry and witchcraft influenced our culture and society? Henrik Bogdan works as a professor of religious studies at the University of Gothenburg and is also the editor of a new book titled Western Esotericism in Scandinavia.
[7 Jan 2016] In Swedish classrooms, religion is often associated with an obsolete time when people just didn¿t know better - as if religion used to serve a purpose but there is no need for it in the modern world. This is the conclusion of a doctoral thesis from the University of Gothenburg that explores how teachers and students talk about religion and worldviews within the framework of non-confessional integrative Religious Education in upper-secondary classrooms.