Reconciling Religion and Public Life: Essays on Pluralism and Fundamentalism in the United States and Germany
Prof. Rolf Schieder holds the chair of Practical Theology at Humboldt University. He is the speaker of the Program on Religion and Politics. His research is focused on politics of religion, interreligious competences, and religion and economics. He is the author of “Wieviel Religion vertraegt Deutschland?” (2001) and editor of “Religion and Politics in the United States and Germany. Old Divisions and New Frontiers” (2007).
German-American Issues 7
This edited volume is the culmination of an AGI project examining perceptions of religious pluralism and religious fundamentalism in the United States and Germany, generously funded by the Transatlantic Program of the Federal Republic of Germany through the European Recovery Program (ERP) of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology…