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International Meeting on Comparative Theology “Religion and Temporality” 2024

From August 29 to 30, 2024, the next IMoC conference will be held in Bonn on the theme “Religion and Temporality”. The call for papers is open until April 30 and is addressed to both doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers.

The IMoC is an annual conference, jointly organized by the International Center for Comparative Theology and Social Issues of the University of Bonn and the ZeKK of the University of Paderborn.

Contact : Kemal Kikanovic (


Du 29 au 30 août 2024 se tiendra à Bonn la prochaine conférence IMoC sur le thème “Religion et Temporalité”. L’appel à communications est ouvert jusqu’au 30 avril et s’adresse aussi bien aux doctorants qu’aux post-doctorants.

L’IMoC est une conférence annuelle, organisée conjointement par l’International Center for Comparative Theology and Social Issues de l’Université de Bonn et le ZeKK de l’Université de Paderborn.

Contact : Kemal Kikanovic (


ستعقد المؤتمر القادم IMoC في بون من 29 إلى 30 أغسطس 2024 حول موضوع “الدين والزمانية”. باب تقديم الملخصات مفتوح حتى 30 أبريل وهو موجه لكل من طلاب الدكتوراه وما بعد الدكتوراه.

المؤتمر السنوي للإلهيات المقارنة والقضايا الاجتماعية (IMoC) هو مؤتمر سنوي تنظمه بشكل مشترك المركز الدولي للإلهيات المقارنة والقضايا الاجتماعية بجامعة بون ومركز الكفاءات والثقافات المتعددة (ZeKK) بجامعة بادربورن.

جهة الاتصال: كمال كيكانوفيتش (


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