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Research Seminar | Norm emergence in the nascent world polity – The multiple origins of religious rights in international law, 1800-1918

Wednesday November 3, 2021, from 13:15 to 14:30
Research seminar

Matthias Koenig (University of Heidelberg). ChairEmre Amasyali (IBEI)

Online free access. Registration is required in order to get the access link.

Matthias Koenig holds the Chair for Empirical Macrosociology at the Max-Weber-Institute for Sociology of Heidelberg University. Koenig’s research interests focus on empirical macrosociology, and in particular on the interplay of global and local dynamics of institutional and cultural change. He has contributed to theoretical debates on world society, multiple modernities, and secularization, as well as to empirical research on religious boundaries and immigrant integration in Europe. His current research addresses the governance of cultural diversity in global comparative perspective, combining time series analyses of international and constitutional minority rights with cases studies on the judicial politics of religious difference.