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UBB organizează conferința online „Religion and Politics in the Context of the War in Ukraine”

24 iunie, 10:00 am - 25 iunie, 6:00 pm

20 iunie 2022

Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai din Cluj-Napoca (UBB), prin Centrul de Studii Biblice, organizează în perioada 24-25 iunie 2022, conferința „Religion and Politics in the Context of the War in Ukraine”.

În cadrul evenimentului teologi, istorici și sociologi ai religiei din Ucraina, Canada, Grecia, România și Ungaria vor discuta complexitatea peisajului religios al Ucrainei, modul în care discursul religios este folosit pentru a legitima invazia militară, precum și importanța religiei în încercarea de a face față războiului.

Conferința va analiza relația dintre religie și politică în contextul războiului împotriva Ucrainei, iar prelegerile pot fi urmărite cu traducere simultană în limba română pe platforma Zoom. Pentru accesul la Zoom și la traducere este necesară înregistrarea prealabilă accesând linkul https://forms.gle/8hsmyTsiZqtAw3Bx5, totodată conferința poate fi urmărită live și pe pagina Centrului de Studii Biblice (fără traducere).

Evenimentul va fi organizat online pe platforma ZOOM și se va desfășura după următorul program:

June 24

10.00-11.00 Cyril Hovorun: Orthodox Political Theology and Orthodox Discourses Behind the War Against Ukraine

Fr. Cyril Hovorun is professor of Ecclesiology, International Relations and Ecumenism at the University College Stockholm (Enskilda Högskolan Stockholm)

11.00-12.00 Tetiana Kalenychenko: Religion at War: The Way of Possible Coping. The Ukrainian Case

Tetiana Kalenychenko: coordinator of Dialogue in Action initiative, European Center for Strategic Analytics, Kyiv / Bucha.

13.00-14.00 Pavlo Smytsnyuk: The Position of Pope Francis and the Ukrainian Roman Catholic Church with Respect to the War Against Ukraine

Pavlo Smytsnyuk is senior lecturer at the Faculty of Philosophy and Theology and Director of the Institute of Ecumenical Studies of the Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv

14.00-15.00 Anatolii Babynskyi: Challenges for the Greek Catholic Church in the Context of the War Against Ukraine

Anatolii Babynskyi is research fellow at the Institute of Church History, Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv

15.30-16.30 Lucian Turcescu: The Position of the Romanian Orthodox Church. Official Discourse and Dissenting Voices

Lucian Turcescu is Professor and Graduate Program Director of Theological Studies at Concordia University, Montreal. His research interests include topics related to religion and politics, with focus on the Romanian Orthodox Church

16.30-17.30 Miklós Mitrovits: Politics and the War Against Ukraine in Hungary

Miklós Mitrovits is associate research fellow at the Research Centre for the Humanities (Institute of History) of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest

June 25

10.00-10.45 Christos Karakolis: The Stance of Orthodox Greek-Speaking Churches Regarding the War against Ukraine: A Critical Perspective Based on Romans 13:1-7 and John’s Revelation

Christos Karakolis is professor of New Testament at the Department of Theology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

10.50-11.45 Pantelis Kalaitzidis: The War in Ukraine, the Declaration on the “Russian World” (Russkii mir), and the Emergence of a New Theological Agenda in Eastern Orthodoxy

Pantelis Kalaitzidis is Director of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, Research Fellow at KU Leuven and Münster University, and Member of the Executive Committee of the European Academy of Religion. He is one of the authors of the Declaration on the “Russian World” (Russkii mir)

11.50-12.35 Ionut Biliuță: Politics and Religion in Romania. The Success of a Nationalist Party Among the Clergy and the Issue of the War Against Ukraine

Ionuț Biliuță is researcher at the Gheorghe Șincai Institute for Socio-Human Research in Tirgu Mures. His research interests include the relationship between the Romanian Orthodox Church and the Legionary Movement in the interwar period.

12.40-13.40:  Panel and conclusions

*Speakers*

Fr. Cyril Hovorun is professor of Ecclesiology, International Relations and Ecumenism at the University College Stockholm (Enskilda Högskolan Stockholm)

Tetiana Kalenychenko is sociologist of religion, and coordinator of Dialogue in Action initiative, European Center for Strategic Analytics, Kyiv / Bucha.

Pavlo Smytsnyuk is senior lecturer at the Faculty of Philosophy and Theology and Director of the Institute of Ecumenical Studies of the Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv

Anatolii Babynskyi is research fellow at the Institute of Church History, Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv

Lucian Turcescu is Professor and Graduate Program Director of Theological Studies at Concordia University, Montreal. His research interests include topics related to religion and politics, with focus on the Romanian Orthodox Church

Miklós Mitrovits is associate research fellow at the Research Centre for the Humanities (Institute of History) of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest

Christos Karakolis is professor of New Testament at the Department of Theology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Pantelis Kalaitzidis is Director of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, Research Fellow at KU Leuven and Münster University, and Member of the Executive Committee of the European Academy of Religion. He is one of the authors of the Declaration on the “Russian World” (Russkii mir)

Ionuț Biliuță is researcher at the Gheorghe Șincai Institute for Socio-Human Research in Târgu Mureș. His research interests include the relationship between the Romanian Orthodox Church and the Legionary Movement in the interwar period.

Detalii

Începe:
24 iunie, 10:00 am
Se termină:
25 iunie, 6:00 pm
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