«Indian Cosmopolitan Alternatives: Ritual Intersections and the Proscription of Religious Offense»
Vacant Phd Fellowship at The departement of Social Anthropology
The doctoral scholarship is funded by the research project «Indian Cosmopolitan Alternatives: Ritual Intersections and the Proscription of Religious Offense».
The overall purpose of the project is to examine the supposedly cohesive implications of ritual engagement across religious communities as well as of the regulation of expressions that offend religious sentiments.
The candidate will be part of an international group of eight researchers exploring these issues in various locations in contemporary India, each researcher undertaking a relevant case study based on independent fieldwork. The research project is funded by the Research Council of Norway.
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