Publications

Writing is the reason why I wanted to become an academic. For me, writing is more than sharing knowledge and research results, it is about personal growth, collaboration and orientation in a complex world. I am committed to #openaccess and, whenever possible, make my publications available through this website and the zenodo-repository.

Here I present some of my most recent publications. For a complete bibliography, please consult the >> full list of publications.

Stoeckl, Kristina (2020). Russian Orthodoxy and Secularism. Monographic number of Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Politics 1/2, 75 pages.

Stoeckl, Kristina/Uzlaner, Dmitry eds. (2020): Postsecular Conflicts. Debating tradition in Russia and the United States. Innsbruck: innsbruck university press (IUP). ISBN 978-3-903187-99-3.
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MourĂ£o Permoser, Julia; Stoeckl, Kristina (2021): Reframing human rights: the global network of moral conservative homeschooling activists. Global Networks. A Journal of Transnational Affairs 21/4, 681-702. DOI: 10.1111/glob.12299
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Stoeckl, Kristina (2020): The rise of the Russian Christian Right: the case of the World Congress of Families. Religion, State and Society, 48/4, 222-238. DOI: 10.1080/09637494.2020.1796172
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Uzlaner, Dmitry; Stoeckl, Kristina (2019): From Pussy Riot’s ‘punk prayer’ to ‘Matilda’: Orthodox believers, critique, and religious freedom in Russia. In: Journal of Contemporary Religion 34/3, S. 427 – 445.
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