I am an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Religion and Theology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and co-director of the Amsterdam Center for the Study of Lived Religion at the same university. I hold the position of a research fellow and a member of the management team at the PACS (Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). I am widely published with 16 (co-) authored or edited books and over 60 journal articles and book chapters. Furthermore, I serves as the managing editor of Palgrave Studies in Lived Religion and Societal Challenges (Palgrave Macmillan). My primary research focus is on lived religion from both theoretical and ethnographic perspectives. I also research and write on theory and method in the study of religion. My interdisciplinary research interests encompass a wide range of topics, including religion and sexuality, war-related trauma, religion and extreme violence, lived religion of marginalized groups, material culture/religion, religion and heritage, 'non-western' art and culture, visual ethnography, and post-conflict reconciliation studies. I also teach at Amsterdam University College.
dr. Srdjan Sremac
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Religion and Theology, Beliefs and Practices
Assistant Professor, CLUE+
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