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Michaela Johanna Quast-Neulinger

Michaela Quast-Neulinger completed her diploma studies in Catholic Theology at the Universities of Vienna and Salzburg (with a supplement in Philosophy and Political Science) and in Jerusalem (Dormition Abbey) from 2005-2011, followed by a Master’s degree in Islamic Studies at the University of Birmingham. In 2017, she completed her doctoral studies in theology at the University of Innsbruck. Since October 2013, Michaela Quast-Neulinger has been a university assistant (since 2017 postdoc) at the Institute for Systematic Theology, Faculty of Catholic Theology, at the University of Innsbruck.

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Universität Innsbruck - Austria

Religion – Violence – Communication – World Order (Innsbruck)

RGKW (Religion-Gewalt-Kommunikation-Weltordnung) is an interdisciplinary centre of research based at the Faculty of Catholic Theology (Innsbruck). It conducts fundamental research in the field of religion-communication-violence-world order and particularly focusses on the relevance of revelation and (ecclesiastical) practice today in communication with other religions and “Weltanschauungen” in a plural society. Guided by a common topic (since 2014: […]

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