Dr. Carrie Dohe

Wiss. Projektmitarbeiterin, DFG

Kontaktdaten

+49 6421 28-24042 carrie.dohe@staff 1 Deutschhausstraße 3
35032 Marburg
F|04 Institutsgebäude (Raum: A206 bzw. +2/1060)

Organisationseinheit

Philipps-Universität Marburg Gesellschaftswissenschaften und Philosophie (Fb03) Institut für Sozialanthropologie und Religionswissenschaft (IVK) Religionswissenschaft
  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen PUBLICATIONSPUBLICATIONS

    Book

    2016. Jung's Wandering Archetype: Race and Religion in Analytical Psychology. Routledge.

    Dissertation

    2012. The Wandering Archetype: C. G. Jung’s 'Wotan' and Germanic-Aryan Myth and Ideology. UMI Dissertation Publishing (http://lens.lib.uchicago.edu/).

    Research Articles and Book Chapters

    Submitted. "What does religion have to do with nature conservation?" Investigating the tensions in an interreligious nature conservation project in Germany. In: Koehrsen, J., Blanc, J. and Huber, F., eds. Religious Environmentalism: A Field of Tensions. Religions’ Empirical Roles in Climate and Environmental Change. A book project of the University of Basel Center for Religion, Economy and Politics (ZRWP), to be submitted to Routledge in 2020.

    2016. Analytical Psychology as Modern Revelation: C. G. Jung between Master and Scientist. In: Lee-Kalisch, J. and Renger, A., eds. Meister und Schüler. Master and Disciple. Tradition, Transfer, Transformation. Weimar: VDG, 109-124.

    2011. Wotan and the “archetypal Ergriffenheit:” Mystical Union, National Spiritual Rebirth and Culture-Creating Capacity in C. G. Jung’s “Wotan” Essay. History of European Ideas 37(3), 344-356.

    1998. God and Grad Students Descend on Texas: A Field Report on the Chen Tao. Co-authored with R. Cook, D. Daschke, und M. Goff. Millennial Prophecy Report 7(2) [no page numbers; no longer online].

    Book Reviews

    2017. Voices from Religions for Sustainable Development, ed. K. Singh and J. Steinau-Clark. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture 11(2), 271-273.

    2005. Gods of the Blood: The Pagan Revival and White Separatism, M. Gardell. The Journal of Religion 85(4), 696–697.

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    Subject Area: Religion and nature, ecology, and climate change; religion and environmentalism, climate justice and sustainability: theoretical aspects, empirical studies, applied projects; religious environmentalism in Germany (an empirical study and an applied project); the intersections of religion and science; religious and scientific discourses in the formation of new religious movements; spiritualities in the West; identity formation, religion and modernity.

    Theory and Method: religion and ecology; religion in the Anthropocene; classical theories of religion; contemporary theory and the study of religion; sex, gender, "race" and environment; post-colonialism; and discourse analysis.

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen INITIATION AND ORGANIZATION OF EVENTS, CONFERENCES AND PANELSINITIATION AND ORGANIZATION OF EVENTS, CONFERENCES AND PANELS

    Events

    Sept. 8-17, 2019: Interreligious Week of Nature Conservation in Cologne und Environs. Twenty-five events in ten days at multiple sites in Cologne, Bonn and Hambach Forest, Germany.

    Sept. 2-9, 2018: Interreligious Week of Nature Preservation in Cologne und Environs. Thirteen events in eight days at multiple sites in Cologne, Germany.

    April 21, 2018: Bees for Peace: Action to build raised beds as feeding sites for bees. Cologne Youth Work Center, Cologne.

    Conferences

    Sept 12, 2019: Between the End of the World and Global Conversion: The Religious Aspects of Peace and Violence in the Conservation of Nature. An Interdisciplinary conference (humanities and social sciences). Melanchthon Academy, Cologne, Germany.

    Sept. 6, 2018: Bees and Honey in Religions and in Our Contemporary World: An Interdisciplinary Conference. Melanchthon Academy, Cologne, Germany.

    Panel and Chair

    The Environmentalist Turn in Religions. First Panel: Religious Communities in Society: Adaptation and Transformation. Second Panel: Practices and Discourses: Innovation and Tradition.
    Twentieth-First World Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, Erfurt, Germany.

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    Invited Lectures

    Oct 16, 2019: "Was hat Religion mit Naturschutz zu tun?" Interreligiöse Kooperation zum Naturschutz in Deutschland. Public lecture, 'Religion am Mittwoch'-lecture series, Philipps University of Marburg, Department of the Study of Religions.

    June 28, 2018: "Religionen die Natur zusammen schützen? Städtische interreligiöse Zusammenarbeit für Naturschutz in Deutschland". Munster University of Applied Sciences, Dept. of Food-Nutrition-Facilities

    May 19, 2017: Plenary: Solar Panels on Churches and Mosques: Signs of the Greening of Religions in Germany? Faith Communities and Environmental Activism Conference, Edinburgh.

    June 3, 2015: "Wir haben einen echten Barbaren in uns:" C.G. Jungs religionspsychologische Überlegungen zu "primitiven" Religionen. Public lecture, 'Religion am Mittwoch'-lecture series, Philipps University of Marburg, Department of the Study of Religions.

    Nov. 11, 2011: The Concept of Mana in the Analytical Psychological Theory of C. G. Jung. Guest lecture for Dr. Nicolas Meylan’s course on Construction, usages et destins d’une catégorie en histoire des religions: le mana, the University of Geneva.

    June 24, 2008: C. G. Jung’s Wotan. Classroom discussion for Dr. Katja Triplett’s Hermeneutik Seminar, Philipps University Marburg.

    Feb. 14, 2001: The Mythopoetic Men’s Movement. Guest lecture for Dr. Joachim Kersten’s class on “Masculinities,” Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

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    Sept 12, 2019: "Auf dem Weg nach Katowice: Überlegungen zu Religion und Nachhaltigkeit auf dem Pilgerweg für Klimagerechtigkeit." Between the End of the World and Global Conversion: The Religious Aspects of Peace and Violence in the Conservation of Nature Conference. Melanchthon Academy, Cologne.

    June 26, 2019: "On the Road to Katowice: Reflecting on Religion and Sustainability through the Pilgrimage for Climate Justice." European Association for the Study of Religions, Tartu.

    June 14, 2019: "Religions Saving Nature Together? Urban Interreligious Cooperation on Nature Conservation in Cologne." Report on Survey Results. International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture Conference, Cork.

    May 24, 2019: "What Does Religion Have to Do with Protecting Nature? Cooperation and Conflict in an Interreligious Endeavor to Preserve Nature in Germany." Religious Environmentalism: A Field of Tensions Interdisciplinary Conference, Basel. 

    June 18, 2018: "Green Roosters and Solar Crosses: The Greening of German Protestant Christianity." European Association for the Study of Religions, Bern. 

    June 17, 2018: "Religions Saving Nature Together? Urban interreligious cooperation on nature conservation in Germany." European Association for the Study of Religions, Bern.

    May 19, 2017: "Interreligious Initiatives for the Environment in and beyond Germany." Faith Communities in Environmental Activism Conference, University of Edinburgh.

    Aug. 25, 2015: "Saving Nature Together? Nature Conservancy and Interreligious Cooperation and Conflict in Germany." Twentieth-First World Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, Erfurt.

    Aug. 24, 2015: "A Tale of Two Primitives: The Role and Limitations of Transnational Encounters in the Development of Carl Jung’s Psychological Theory." Twentieth-First World Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, Erfurt.

    July 31, 2013: "A 'Psychotherapy of German Descent:' Racial, Religious and Gendered Ideologies in Carl Jung’s Biologized Theory of Analytical Psychology," presentation at the 2013 Annual Conference for the European Society for the History of Human Sciences.

    Nov. 20, 2011: "Jungian Archetypes, Metagenetics, and Kennewick Man: Scientific Discourses and Racial Theory in American Folkish Asatru," presentation at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion: Strategies of Legitimation in New Religions Session.

    Nov. 18, 2011: "From Infantile Psychological States to the Source of Rejuvenation: Diverging Theories of Race, Religion and the 'Primitive' in the Works of Freud and Jung," presentation at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion: Psychology, Culture, and Religion Group Pre-Session.

    Aug. 19, 2010: "Archaic Man, Modern Masses, and the Instinctual Passion for the Inner Divinity: A Post-Colonial Reading of C. G. Jung’s Concept of Primitivity," presentation at the Twentieth World Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions.

    April 24, 2010: "Analytical Psychology as Modern Revelation: C. G. Jung between Master and Scientist," presentation at the "Master-Disciple Relationship in Interdisciplinary Discourse" Workshop at the Free University of Berlin.

    April 4, 2009: "To Fall into the Hands of a Living God: C. G. Jung’s 'Wotan' as Tragedy," presentation at the 2009 Midwest Regional Meeting of the American Academy of Religion.

    April 1998:  Panel presentation on research trip to Garland, Texas, for research on the Chen Tao religious group, Millennium Watch 2000 Annual Conference, the University of Chicago Divinity School.

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    May 18, 2018: "Overview of Religiously-motivated Environmental Movements in Germany." ZIR Research Workshop. Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Religion, Philipps University Marburg.

    May 1, 2015: "Solaranlagen auf den Dächern Religiöser Gebäude. Ausdruck einer Ökologischen Wende in Religionen in Deutschland?" First research workshop of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Religion, Philipps University Marburg.

    Mar. 8, 2005: "The Hermaphroditic Swastika: Ancient Rome and the Imperial Übermensch as Cultural Critique of Modern Germany in Alfred Schuler’s 'The Essence of the Eternal City'." University of Chicago Center for Gender Studies Graduate Students’ Gender and Sexuality Workshop.

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    Oct. 17, 2019 Report on the Interreligious Week for Nature Conservation in Cologne and Environs 2019. Dialogforum "Die Natur feiern - Religiöse Feste und Naturschutz," Mainz
    Sept. 13, 2019 Podium discussion on religion and nature conservation, DITIB Central Mosque, Cologne. The sermon on Islam and nature conservation was held in over 900 DITIB mosque communities in Germany as part of the Interreligious Week for Nature Conservation in Cologne and Environs.
    Sept. 4, 2018 Podium discussion, "Religionen und Naturschutz – Selbstverständnis und Potentiale," Domforum of the Archbishopric, Cologne.
    Nov. 9, 2017 Insights regarding the first “Religious Week for Nature Conservation in Darmstadt,” Dialog Forum on “Religionen für biologische Diversität”, Frankfurt am Main.
    April 10, 2015 Invitation to the German Islam Forum to discuss the first Dialog Forum on "Religionen für biologische Diversität" in Bonn, Feb. 2015. The discussion resulted in the decision of the German Islam Forum to support and undersign the Joint Declaration on Religions for Biological Diversity.
    Sept. 7, 2017 Interreligious discussion of Laudato Si, providing insights from Buddhism, St. Elisabeth’s Church, Darmstadt.
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    Sept. 9, 2019 Interview with Domradio, the radio program of the Archbishopric of Cologne. Topic: The Interreligious Week of Nature Conservation in Cologne and its Environs 2019.
    Dec. 17, 2017 Interview with "Himmel und Erde", the radio program of the Melanchthon Academy in Cologne. Topic: The Interreligious Week of Nature Conservation in Cologne and its Environs 2018.
    July 16, 2012 "Umweltschutz ist religiöses Anliegen." Article in the newspaper Oberhessische Presse on an interreligious panel discussion on environmentalism in my summer semester seminar on "Religion and Ecology" at the Philipps University of Marburg.
  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCEUNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    Germany, Switzerland and Austria

    2012-2017 Independent Instructor, multiple universities, all disciplines
    - Professional Presentations at Conferences and in the Academic World
    - Writing and Publishing Research Articles in English
    - Successful Postdoc and Academic Applications Abroad
    - Getting to "Done": Time Management for Doctoral Students
    - Reading and Study Skills in English for Master’s and Doctoral Students

    Philipps-University of Marburg, Dept. for the Study of Religions

    SoSe 2020 (upcoming) Lecturer "Religion und Umweltschutz in Deutschland"
    Upper-division block seminar. Full responsibility for design, instruction and grading.
    SoSe 2015 Lecturer "Selbst- und Fremdbilder in der Religionswissenschaft: Zeitgenössische Theorie in
    Anwendung auf Freud und Jung".
    Upper-division weekly seminar. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading.
    SoSe 2015 Lecturer "Die ökologische Wende in Religionen in und außerhalb Deutschlands: Anpassung,
    Verwandlung, Innovation und Tradition".
    Upper-division weekly seminar. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading.
    SoSe 2013 Lecturer "Religion, Nature, and Environment"
    Upper-division weekly seminar. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading.
    SoSe 2012 Lecturer "Religion and Ecology "
    Upper-division weekly seminar. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading.
    WiSe 2011/12 Lecturer "Germanic Myth and Ideology in Theory, Scholarship and Religion"
    Upper-division block seminar. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading.
    SoSe 2011 Discussion Facilitator "Die Ausformungen des schiitischen Islam und Religionen des Vorderen Orients"
    Led discussion group for international students attending the seminar on Shia Islam by Prof. Ursula Spuler-Stegemann.
    WiSe 2010/11 Lecturer "Comparative Religion and Contemporary Theory: Selected Texts"
    Upper-division weekly seminar. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading.
    WiSe 2010/11 Discussion "Facilitator, Ring Lecture Series on Religion and Humor"
    Led discussion group and graded papers for international students in the Ring Lecture series. Grading in consultation with Prof. Dr. Edith Franke.
    SoSe 2010 Lecturer "C. G. Jung and Emerging Spiritualities in the West"
    Upper-division block seminar. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading.

    Philipps University of Marburg, University Language Center

    2012-2015 Instructor, Advanced English
    Weekly instruction. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading

    The University of Chicago Divinity School

    Spring 2009 Lecturer, C. G. Jung, the Science of Religion, and New Religious Movements
    Special course included in the B.A. Program in Religious Studies. Full responsibility for all design, instruction and grading.
    Fall 2005 Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Religion and the Human Sciences
    Led discussion group and graded papers for Profs. Martin Riesebrodt and Malika Zeghal in master’s level religious studies class.

    The University of Chicago German Language Dept.

    2008-2009 Instructor, German 101, 102, 103
    Taught undergraduate language course with syllabus provided by the German Language Program. Held responsibility in consultation with Dr. Catherine Baumann and colleagues for instruction and grading of my section
  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC TRAINING AND EXPERIENCEADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE

    Feb. 2019 Grounded Theory, 16 TS, Gießen Methods Workshop, University of Gießen
    2012-2015 Guest researcher, University of Marburg Dept. of the Study of Religions
    Feb. 2014 Discourse Analysis, 5 TS, Gießen Methods Workshop, University of Gießen
    Feb. 2014 Questionnaire Development, 16 TS, Gießen Methods Workshop, University of Gießen
    Nov. 2013 Qualitative Research Method as “Method of Choose,” 16 TS, University of Marburgg
    Sum. 2009 Seminar on Teaching Portfolios, 4 TS, University of Chicago
    Spring 2009 Seminar on Course Design, 4 TS, University of Chicago
    Fall 2008 Two-Day Workshop on Teaching in the College, 16 TS, University of Chicago
    June 2008 AKTUM Conference (Committe for Theory and Method in the Study of Religions), Philipps University of Marburg, Germany
    Fall 2007 Pedagogy Course on the Acquisition and Teaching of German, German Language Department, 45 TS, University of Chicago
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    University of Marburg

    Fall 2010 Translator, Website and Museum Curatorial Information,
    The Department of the Study of Religions and the Museum of Religions.

    The University of Chicago

    Spring 2005 Coordinator, Big Problems / Capstone Project Lecture Series, Franke Institute for the Humanities.
    2000-2001 Coordinator, Late Liberalism Project Lecture Series and "Violence and Redemption" Conference,
    Center for Gender Studies.
    1997 - 2000 Manager, Publications, Calendar and Web Site, Divinity School.
  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen INSTITUTIONAL-BASED SERVICEINSTITUTIONAL-BASED SERVICE

    Sum. 2010 Author of Sexual Harassment Policy for the International Association for the History of Religions.
    2005 - 2006 Coordinator of Dissertation Writing Support Group, University of Chicago Center for Gender Studies.
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    Since 2018 Co-founder and President of Tomorrow e.V. (http://www.save-tomorrow.org)
    Since 2016 Earth Charter Ambassador 
  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPSPROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

    - Deutsche Vereinigung für Religionswissenschaft (DVRW)
    - European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR)
    - European Forum for the Study of Religion and the Environment
    - International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR)
    - International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture (ISSRNC)
    - Committee for the Project on Religions for Biological Diversity of the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation  

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen LANGUAGES LANGUAGES 

    English: Native speaker
    German: reading, writing and conversation: fluent

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen REFERENCESREFERENCES

    Prof. Dr. Edith Franke (head of department where my independent research project is housed)
    Department of the Study of Religions , Institute for the Comparative Study of Culture
    Philipps University of Marburg, Landgraf-Philipp-Str. 4, 35037 Marburg, Germany
    E-Mail: edith.franke@uni-marburg.de, Tel: +49 - (0)6421 28-22480

    Prof. Wendy Doniger (dissertation adviser)
    Mircea Eliade Distinguished Service Professor
    The University of Chicago Divinity School, 1025 E. 58th Street, Chicago, IL 60637, USA
    E-Mail: don8@uchicago.edu, Tel: +1 - (773) 702-8239, Fax: +1 - (773) 702-8223

    Teaching Evaluations:

    Dr. Cathy Baumann
    Director, German Language Program
    Classics Building, Room 25F, 1050 East 59th Street, Chicago, IL 60637, USA
    E-Mail: ccbauman@uchicago.edu, Tel: +1 - (773) 702-8008, Fax: +1 - (773) 702-5902

    Prof. Lucy Pick
    Director, B. A. Program in Religious Studies
    The University of Chicago Divinity School, 1025 E. 58th Street, Chicago, IL 60637, USA
    E-Mail: lucypick@uchicago.edu, Tel: +1 - (773) 702-8278, Fax: +1 - (773) 702-8223

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