Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Chair: Religious Studies and Missionary Science

Jasmin Mausolf

Research Assistant

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Contact
 

Office: Burgstr. 26, Room 225

Phone: (030) 2093-91793

Fax: (030) 2093-91791

Email: mausolja@hu-berlin.de

Consultation time: after agreement

 

 

Before beginning her academic career in Theology, Jasmin Mausolf completed vocational training in the field of biotechnology. Coming from a Catholic region of Bavaria, she was always interested in ecumenism and studied protestant theology at the Reutlingen School of Theology. Following this, she completed the Master of Religion and Culture at the Faculty of Theology at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Her Master’s thesis focused on the Jewish Philosopher Emmanuel Levinas.

She has spent extended periods overseas, including in Switzerland, Jordan (University of Petra) and Egypt (Culture Office of the Goethe Institute in Alexandria). She also has strong contacts to the Eastern Balkans, especially Macedonia.

Jasmin Mausolf has been working as a Research and Teaching Associate at the department for Studies of Religion and Intercultural Theology within the Faculty of (protestant) Theology at the Humboldt University of Berlin since 2019.

 

Research Interests:
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Christianity and Society
  • Intercultural Theology
  • The Abrahamic Religions

 

University courses (Past and Present):

 

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2020: Women's and Equal Opportunity Officer (Faculty of Theology, Humboldt University Berlin)

Since 2019: Research assistant at the Chair of Religious Studies and Intercultural Theology (Faculty of Theology, Humboldt University Berlin)

2016: Lecturer in adult education for interreligious and intercultural dialogue (Europäisches Integrationszentrum gGmbH, Berlin).

2016: M.A. Religion and Culture (Faculty of Theology, Humboldt University, Berlin)

2015: Promos scholarship holder in Egypt (stay at the Goethe-Institut, Alexandria).

2015: DAAD scholarship holder in Jordan (study visit at the University of Petra, Amman).

2013: B.A. Theology (Theological University of Reutlingen)

2012: Church internship in Switzerland (EMK-Solothurn)

2009: Advanced technical college (Berufsoberschule Landshut-Schönbrunn, Bavaria)

2008: State-certified ATA in the field of biotechnology (Landsberg am Lech, Bavaria)

2006: Secondary school Anton-Rauch Realschule Wertingen (Bavaria)

1988: born in Wertingen (Bavaria)

 

Conferences and Summer Schools

2021: Conference "Contemporary Philosophy of Religion" (Dubrovnik, Croatia), Speaker

2019: "Youth Peace Form" (Erbil, Northern Iraq), Panellist

2019: Christian Roots of Europe? Rome as Idea (Rome, Italy), Participation 

2016: Theological Week Reutlingen, Lecturer

2014: Youth Congress of the EMK (Stuttgart-Gerlingen), Workshop Leader

2014: Summer-School "Europe between Myth and Logos" (Berlin, Germany), Participation

2014: Summer-School "Olive Tree Dialogue" (Amman, Jordan), Participation

 

Further education/additional qualifications

2022: Training in anti-discrimination law: "Introductory workshop on the legal aspects of the AGG/LADG".

2018: Training in: "Management development and project management" (PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner)

2016: Training in: "Asylum and migration law".

2016: Continuing education in adult education: "Train the Trainer"

 

Functions and memberships

 

Publications
  • Courage in the face of Finiteness, in: Guardini Akut, KW 17/2020.
  • "Recognizing and Questioning the "Guided Gaze" in Documentary Films," in: Gundula Hiller et al. (ed.), Teaching intercultural competence online: a practical handbook for teachers and trainers (Key Competences for Higher Education and Employability), Wiesbaden: Springer. (forthcoming)