Prof. dr. habil. Ulrike Brunotte

Prof. dr. habil. Ulrike Brunotte

Research and teaching mandate (leeropdracht)
Expertise Religious and Gender Studies, postcolonial studies, Orientalism, Antisemitism. Her research in the field of aesthetics of religion combines new materialism, gender studies, and (ritual) performativity. Since 2013 chair of the international research network Rengoo: “Gender in Orientalism, Occidentalism and Antisemitism” (NWO). Co-editor of the book-series “Diskurs Religion” (ERGON) Orientalism, Gender, and the Jews. Literary and Artistic Transformations of European National Discourses, (ed.vol.), Berlin/NewYork: de Gruyter 2015; „Classical Ritual Theories“, and “The Myth-Ritual-Debate” in: Richard King (ed.): Religion, Theory, Critique: Classical and Contemporary Approaches and Methodologies, (2017) New York: Columbia University Press, p. 351-366; and 367-376.“The Performative Knowledge of Ecstasy: Jane E. Harrison’s (1850-1928) Early Contestations of the Textual Paradigm in Religious Studies”, in: Alexander Grieser/Jay Johnstonede.): (ede.):(ede.): Aesthetics of Religion. A Connective Concept, Berlin/New York: de Gruyter. (2017).


Universiteit Maastricht (UM)

FacultyFaculty of Arts and Social Sciences

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