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Between Erudition and Faith. Jean-Jacques Chifflet’s Tract on the Shroud of Besançon (1624)
The shroud of Besançon, a large cloth considered being a precious relic, an “imprint” left by Christ’s body on his burial linen, knew a period of intense veneration and public debate from the early 16th century to the end ...
The soundscape of Pasolini’S GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW
IL VANGELO SECONDO MATTEO (1964), by the Italian film director Pier Paolo Pasolini, is one of the most interesting and widely acclaimed film representations of the life of Jesus. Its reception in the Catholic world has ...
Bridal mysticism, virtual marriage and masculinity in the Moravian hymnbook “Kleines Brüdergesangbuch”
This article discusses the connection of virtual interaction, masculinity and bridal mysticism in the Moravian hymnbook "Kleines Brüdergesangbuch" (1754). Hereto, the motifs inherent in the hymnbook are examined according ...
(Re)Making a Difference
This article presents and discusses how mediatisation as a theory can be used to analyse two commercial videos, one promoting the organisation Catholics Come Home and the other Coca Cola. A core question in the current ...
The Community Education Program: A Reflection on Good Practice in the USA
This good practice essay puts the Community Education Program (CEP) as a focus for comparison between West Virginia (USA) and Germany/European Union (EU). The essay is a combination of reflections on qualification frameworks, ...
Archeologia subacquea in Liguria: un progetto integrato per la tutela e la valorizzazione
The Soprintendenza of Liguria has always given a particular attention to underwater archaeology and still today it pursues clear and specific aims: design, build, manage and increase competences and technologies that can ...
Employability as a Global Norm: Comparing Transnational Employability Policies of OECD, ILO, World Bank Group, and UNESCO
This article analyses transnational policies on employability to understand the development of employability as a global norm and reflects about its consequences for stakeholders in the field of lifelong learning.
Actor-network theory and the empirical critique of environmental law: unpacking the bioprospecting debates
In recent years, actor-network theory (ANT), and the work of Bruno Latour in particular, have gained significant interest amongst legal scholars. This approach, derived from Science and Technology Studies (STS) and bearing ...