"The articles of this publication do not aim to account and conclude, but to open up and continue. They sare to be understood as a roadmap for the content debate in which the themes of Rainer Bucher are taken up, rethought and developed further and in which new things are put into the space, also inspired by him. There should be no limits to the exploration of new forms, settings, spaces, places and times - searching and questioning, joyful and fearless, familiar controversy and encounter." (Source: Echter)
The essay by Prof. Dr. Schüßler analyses the final collapse of the Catholic sexuality dispositif, i.e. the normative guidelines and expectations in the area of sexual morality and gender relations. There is nothing left to save here because no one needs or can be saved in this way.
Prof. Dr. Schüßler writes in the theological feuilleton 'feinschwarz.net' about Marina Abramović's exhibition in the Kunsthalle Tübingen. Here, for the first time, the religion-related content is taken into focus.
'How do we read and interpret the World we live in? Who is the human in relation to nature and technology? What is the main point of the self-attributions 'religious' or 'believing'? (source: transcript 2021: ebd., translation: KW)
Prof. Dr. Schüßler is the co-editor of this new anthology on the theological reception of Bruno Latour. The anthology is freely available.
Prof. Dr. Schüßler's new publication 'über die pastorale Semiotisierung religiöser Räume' is freely available as an open source document.
Theresa Mayer, Research assistant at our chair, reports from the international workshop "Decolonizing Global Encounters" at the University of Tübingen on 'feinschwarz.net'
On the four Mondays in June 2021, the 32nd International Seminar for Intercultural and Interreligious Pastoral Care and Counselling, which our chair is also co-organising, took place under the theme 'Superdiversity - Kreative Räume in Seelsorge eröffnen'. You can find the programme by following the link below.