Wilhelm Keilbach Prize

The Wilhelm Keilbach Prize is awarded annually for the best M.A. dissertation in Religious Studies. The Prize is named after the first professor of Religious Studies at the Faculty, Wilhelm Keilbach (1908–1982). The Prize is bestowed at the dies facultatis of the following year.

 

Awardees

2019

Schwarzenbacher, Martin Günter. "Doom Messiah": Mythen in der narrativen Religionsästhetik von Science Fiction- und Supermenschencomics ["Doom Messiah": Myths in the Narrative Religious Aesthetics of Science Fiction and Superhuman Comics] (supervisor: Hans Gerald Hödl)

2018

Kottas, Lisa. "Ghetto of the Mind": Religion als Widerstandsform in Hip Hop und Afrofuturismus am Beispiel von Jiba Molei Andersons Black Comic "The Horsemen" ["Ghetto of the Mind": Religion as Form of Resistance in Hip Hop and Afrofuturism as seen through Jiba Molei Anderson's Black Comic "The Horsemen"] (supervisor: Hans Gerald Hödl)