dr. C. (Clemens) Six

Assistant Professor

dr. C. (Clemens) Six
E-mail:
c.six rug.nl

Research

  1. 2018
  2. Six, C. (2018). Defining the postcolonial sacred: Contested places of worship in Delhi after Partition, 1947-1948. Paper presented at European Association of Urban History Conference, Rome, Italy.
  3. 2017
  4. Six, C. (2017). Benoy Kumar Sarkar, social experience, and transnational anti-imperialism. Paper presented at Fifth European Congress on World and Global History (ENIUGH), Budapest, Hungary.
  5. Six, C. (2017). Christian agency in anti-communist persecution? A historical-theological approach.. Paper presented at "Anti-communist persecution in the 20th century", Bern, Switzerland.
  6. Six, C. (2017). Decolonizing religious pluralism and secularism in South and Southeast Asia after 1945.. Paper presented at Dynamics of Religious Diversity, Utrecht , Netherlands.
  7. Six, C. (2017). The Cold War and the decline of empires as a ‘unique opportunity’: Anglican missionaries in British-Malaya. Paper presented at Fifth European Congress on World and Global History (ENIUGH), Budapest, Hungary.
  8. Six, C. (2017). Traces of a transnational mindset: Travelling ideas on secularism in decolonising South and Southeast Asia. Paper presented at A Secular Age Beyond the West, Hanover, Germany.
  9. 2016
  10. Six, C. (2016). Hindutva und städtischer Raum: aktuelle Wechselwirkungen in Indien. Paper presented at Religion-M/macht-Raum, Wuppertal, Germany.
  11. 2015
  12. Six, C. (2015). Agents of Modernisation: Christian Missionaries in Malaya during the 1950s. Paper presented at Paper presented at the Workshop: Faith Based Organisations and Sustainable Development, Department of Anthropology, University of Bern, Switzerland, Bern, Switzerland.
  13. Six, C. (2015). Verschränkungen von epistemischer und physischer Gewalt: ‘Überwachung’ in historischer Perspektive. Paper presented at Paper presented at the Workshop “Strukturelle Gewalt”, Siggen, Germany.
  14. 2013
  15. Six, C. (2013). Religion as anti-communism in early Cold War Indonesia and Malaya, 1948-1966. Paper presented at International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS) 8, Macao, China.
  16. Six, C. (2013). Wie Gewalt analysieren im historischen Raum?. Paper presented at Paper presented at the Workshop “Extreme Gewalt und ihre Vergesellschaftung”, 14-16 November, Department of History, University of Bern, Switzerland, Bern, Switzerland.
  17. 2012
  18. Six, C. (2012). Re-locating religion within the modern secular: comparative remarks on India, Indonesia, and Singapore: comparative remarks on India, Indonesia, and Singapore. Paper presented at Religion, Place and Modernity in East and Southeast Asia. Comparative Perspectives on the Placing of Religion in the Context of Modernity, Göttingen, Germany.
  19. 2011
  20. Six, C. (2011). Development and Religion: The “construction” of religious pluralism in post-Independence Delhi. Paper presented at Third European Congress on World and Global History (European Network in Universal and Global History, ENIUGH), London, United Kingdom.
  21. 2010
  22. Six, C. (2010). Alterations of the Western development paradigm from below: Indian social movements as global development actors. Paper presented at Association of American Geographers (AAG), Annual Meeting, Washington DC, United States.
  23. Six, C. (2010). Metaphysik des Widerstands: Religion als Strategie der ‘zivilisatorischen Entzauberung’ kolonialer Herrschaft in Indien nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg. Paper presented at Strategien gegen imperiale Herrschaft: Wissenstransfer, Informationswege und Formen des Widerstandes, Bern, Switzerland.
  24. Six, C. (2010). The Republic and its “Antiquities”: The (re-)construction of “independent” histories and desecrated mosques in early postcolonial Delhi. Paper presented at ’Antiquity’ in global perspective. Concepts of the past and the construction of collective identities, Bern, Switzerland.
  25. 2006
  26. Six, C. (2006). Grundstrukturen fundamentalistischen Denkens. Paper presented at Conference „Die Faszination fundamentalistischer Weltbilder“, Evangelische Akademie Arnoldshain near Frankfurt/Main, Germany, 7-10 December 2006, .
  27. 2005
  28. Six, C. (2005). Organisierter Hunduismus als nationsbildendes Programm – Facetten und Dimensionen. Paper presented at „Hinduismus – eine nicht-organisierte Religion? Analysen - Kontroversen“, Kolloquium, Asia Lounge Academy Berlin, Germany, Südasien-Stammtisch, 22 September 2005, .

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