Hannah Grünenthal, M.A.

ZeMKI, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research, University of Bremen

Research Area

Study of Religions with a focus on Literature and Media of Religions


Since September 2013, Hannah Grünenthal is research associate at the Institute for the Study of Religions and Religion Education of the University of Bremen. Her dissertation project about mediatisation of religion in the field of Catholicism is supervised by Professor Radde-Antweiler. From September 2006 to August 2013 she studied Science of Religions, Psychology and Modern Indology at Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg.

Research Interests

European history of religions, Religions in modern and postmodern societies, Catholicism



Book series: "Transforming Communications"

Book series: "Transforming Communications"

The book series ‘Transforming Communications’ is dedicated to cross-media communication research. It aims to support all kinds of research that are interested in processes of communication taking place across different kinds of media and that subsequently make media’s transformative potential accessible. With this profile, the series addresses a wide range of different areas of study: media production, representation and appropriation as well as media technologies and their use, all from a current as well as a a historical perspective.

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[Translate to Englisch:] Tagungen


Creative Unit "Communicative Figurations" conference

International conference from December 7-9, 2016, House of Science Bremen

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