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  1. Religion as a key factor for resilience: from Rome to Constantinople
  2. Surveying Ritual Creativity in Contemporary Paganism and New Age Prior to and During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  3. Christianity and Sex
  4. Shinto online
  5. War, Peace, and Resilience in the Ancient World Narratives
  6. Resilient Gnosis. Ancient Gnosticism, Its Sources, and Its Transformations
  7. Resilient religious communities: changing identities, needs, and relations across time and space
  8. Gods Don’t Die. Resistance, Resilience, Revival of Deities and Cult Practices
  9. Embodiment in Religious Resilience
  10. Rites, rituals and liturgies as “place” of resilience
  11. Transnational Relations of Religion and Conflict
  12. Religious Minorities and Covid-19
  13. Gender Law and Religion During the COVID-19 Health Crisis
  14. Resilience or Resistance: Repressive Regimes and the Blurring of Boundaries between the Political and Religious
  15. Resilient Modalities of Religion in Chinese societies
  16. Traditional instruments and new challenges:The squaring of the circle?
  17. European states and their regulation of ‘minority’ religions
  18. Yes we Jain! – Overcoming crises in the Jain tradition
  19. Coping with the krisis. Phenomena of religious acculturation and enculturation: Patterns and policies of resilience from the Hellenistic-Roman period and Late Antiquity
  20. Resilience, Change, and Magic in Late Antiquity
  21. Resilient Spirituality and the Challenge of Transformation
  22. Underground religious spaces as resources for community resilience
  23. Resilience and transformation of religious communities in Eastern Europe
  24. Resilient Visual Mosaics: transformation processes in Arts and Religions
  25. Identity, diversity and (the study of) religion
  26. Russian Old Believer Communities Worldwide: Changing Practices and Resilient Identity
  27. Religious changes in Latin America: Beliefs, Identity & Democracy
  28. Resilient citizens: religious dissent and civic rights in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages 
  29. Institutionalism as strategy of resilience
  30. Religion in Central and Eastern Europe – Towards an Auto-interpretative Perspective
  31. Building resilience by peacemakers professing Muslim and Christian religion in the times of civil war in Lebanon (1975-1990)
  32. Facing Discrimination: Religion and Agency in Contemporary Societies
  33. Religion as resource of resilience – diachronic and interdisciplinary perspectives
  34. The Voices from the Outskirts: Discourses on Religion and Resilience in Modern Contexts
  35. Resilient Pilgrimage
  36. Cultural Immunology as a paradigm for the study of resilience in religious traditions
  37. Religious narratives and narration in the study of religion
  38. Cujus Regio, Ejus Religio? Glimpses of Resiliences in and from Ancient Times and the Middle Ages