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Angela V. Ilic

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Institut für deutsche Kultur und Geschichte Südosteuropas an der LMU München

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Background Information

Employment History

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz


Doctoral Student In the Religion Department

Temple University


Project Director

Dialogue Institute


Affiliations

DI

Intern and Fellow


Education

B.A.

Journalism

Katholieke Univesiteit Leuven


M.A.

European Studies

Katholieke Univesiteit Leuven


Ph.D. candidate

Temple University


degree


Web References(12 Total References)


The Dialogue Institute :: First Dialogue Institute Intern, Angela Ilic, Achieves Doctorate

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First Dialogue Institute Intern, Angela Ilic,|Achieves Doctorate
L to r: Prof. Paul Mojzes, Rosemont College; Dr. Angela Ilic; Prof. Leonard Swidler; Prof. Terry Rey Four and a half years ago Angela Ilic started as an Intern for the Dialogue Institute/Journal of Ecumenical Studies while at the same time beginning her doctoral studies in the field of Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue in Temple University Department of Religion (TUDOR). This spring, 2012, she defended her doctoral dissertation-Toward the Healing of Memories and Changing of Perceptions: Churches in Serbia and Germany in Dialogue-"With Distinction," a recognition rarely granted. As her Doktorvater (Doctoral Advisor) I attest to the fact that her scholarly research and writing was clearly outstanding. Further, at the oral defense of her thesis, March 19, 2012, her two hours of presentation and responses were so impressive that when at the end she left the room for us five senior professors to deliberate, we all exhibited a collective sense of "wow! She not only articulated her ideas clearly, coherently, and meticulously, but in a coherent, flowing English that was completely without the often ubiquitous "uh," "you know,' "and a".... And English is only her fourth language (!)-after her native Hungarian, then German, Serbian, and finally English. In addition to her intellectual accomplishments (including several scholarly publications) in the last four and half years, Dr. Angela Ilic also contributed manifoldly to the work of the Dialogue Institute, especially in its dialogue training of scores of scholars, students, and others from overseas. At the same time, she also gained "hands-on" experience in dialogue and related training, which doubtless will also serve her well in her future work-as was very much an essential part of the aim of the Intern Program of the Dialogue Institute/Journal of Ecumenical Studies.


The Dialogue Institute :: Staff

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Angela Ili
ANGELA ILI is a Fellow of the Dialogue Institute. She was a graduate intern from September 2007 through January 2010. A Ph.D. candidate at Temple University Religion Department, Ms. Ili holds a B.A. in Journalism and an M.A. in European Studies from Katholieke Univesiteit Leuven in Belgium. Parts of her master's thesis, "Church and State Relations in Present-Day Serbia," have been published. Her articles have appeared in peer-reviewed journals in the USA, UK, Belgium, and Serbia and in books in Italy and the Netherlands. She has presented papers at various international conferences in Europe and at meetings of the American Academy of Religion and the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies. Her academic interests include interreligious dialogue, church and state relations in Eastern Europe, ethnic minorities, and human rights. Her first book, The Role of Churches and Religious Communities in Preserving the Identity of the Hungarian Minority in Northern Serbia, was published in Budapest in 2007. A native of Hungary, Ms. Ili has actively participated in interreligious dialogue and community building efforts throughout the Balkan region. She is a Lutheran and is actively involved at a local parish.


The Dialogue Institute :: Home

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Issue #5 of the Dialogue Institute's E-News highlights Angela Ili's doctorate, the fourth Study of the U.S. Institute on Religious Pluralism, a visit to Jakarta, Dr. Swidler's Keynote in Austria, and more! ...


The Dialogue Institute :: Home

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The Dialogue Institute's first Graduate Intern, Angela Ilic, recently defended her doctoral dissertation-Toward the Healing of Memories and Changing of Perceptions: Churches in Serbia and Germany in Dialogue-in the Temple University Department of Religion.
She was awarded her degree "With Distinction," a recognition rarely granted by the Department. During her four years as an Intern/Fellow with the DI, she not only gained valuable experience, but also contributed significantly to the DI's work of international networking and training students and scholars in interreligious dialogue. Read More


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Angela Ili, M.A.
Academic Orientation angela.ilic@temple.edu ANGELA ILI is a Fellow of the Dialogue Institute. She was a graduate intern from September 2007 through January 2010. A Ph.D. candidate at Temple University Religion Department, Ms. Ili holds a B.A. in Journalism and an M.A. in European Studies from Katholieke Univesiteit Leuven in Belgium. Parts of her master's thesis, "Church and State Relations in Present-Day Serbia," have been published. Her articles have appeared in peer-reviewed journals in the USA, UK, Belgium, and Serbia and in books in Italy and the Netherlands. Her first book, The Role of Churches and Religious Communities in Preserving the Identity of the Hungarian Minority in Northern Serbia, was published in Budapest in 2007. A native of Hungary, Ms. Ili has actively participated in interreligious dialogue and community building efforts throughout the Balkan region.


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