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prof.dr. (Gerrie) G. ter Haar

Associated Staff International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
I 4-30
Telephone
+31 70 4260571
Email
terhaar@iss.nl

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      • C. Wepener, I. Swart, G. ter Haar & M. Barnard (2010). The Role of Religious Ritual in Social Capital Formation for Poverty Alleviation and Social Development. Theoretical and Methodological Points of Departure of a South African Exploration. Religion and Theology, 17 (1-2), 61-82.
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2009). The Occult Does Not Exist: A Response to Terence Ranger. Africa, 79 (3), 399-412.
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2008). Religion is Macht. Afrikapost, 4, 24-25.
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2008). 'Verbunden mit der Welt der Geister'. Welt-Sichten, 8, 30-33.
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2008). La religion y la politica. Vanguardia Dossier, 112-115.
      • G. ter Haar (2008). Enchantment and identity: African Christians in Europe. Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions, 143, 31-48.
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2008). Africa's Religious Resurgence and the Politics of Good and Evil. Current History, 708, 180-185.
      • G. ter Haar (2008). Religion in the Development Debate: Relevance and Rationale. Ghana Bulletin of Theology, New Series (3), 1-8.
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2007). Religion and Development: A new Perspective on Africa (Harvard International Review Web Exclusive, front page) , 14 March 2007). Harvard International Review.
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2007). Religion and Politics: Taking African epistemologies seriously. Journal of Modern African Studies, 45 (3), 385-401.
      • G. ter Haar (2007). Religie moet in het ontwikkelingsdebat. Civis Mundi, 46 (2), 104-108.
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2006). The Role of Religion in Development: Towards a new relationship between the European Union and Africa [Winner of the EJDR Prize 2006]. European Journal of Development Research, 18 (3), 351-367.
      • G. ter Haar (2006). Geloof en politiek. Socialisme en Democratie, 63 (7/8), 55-56.
      • G. ter Haar (2006). Wat is een mens zonder bestaansbewijs? Pastorale Verkenningen (Tijdschrift voor Justitiepastoraat), 1 (3).
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2005). Wirkung des Unsichtbaren: Religioses Denken und politische Praxis in Afrika. Der Überblick: Zeitschrift für ökumenische Begegnung und internationale Zusammenarbeit (Quartalsschrift des kirchlichen Entwicklungsdienstes), 1, 45-48.
      • G. ter Haar (2005). Report on the IAHR World Congress, Tokyo, 24-30 March 2005. AASR Bulletin, 23, 25-26.
      • G. ter Haar (2003). A Wonderous God: Miracles in Contemporary Africa. African Affairs, 102 (408), 409-428.
      • G. ter Haar (2002). Milingo and the Moonies: A new twist in an old affair. SAGA Bulletin, 3, 1-4.
      • G. ter Haar (2001). Tot genezing geroepen: Een Ghanese dominee in de Bijlmer. Wereld en Zending, 30 (2), 35-43.
      • G. ter Haar (2001). The dawn of a new millennium: A personal account of the XVIIIth IAHR Congress. Journal of Religion in Africa, 31 (1), 118-121.
      • G. ter Haar (2001). Religion and Human Rights in Nigeria. Development ISSues, 3 (2), 4-5.
      • G. ter Haar, K. Ferrier & Y. Schaaf (2001). Multicultureel en dus Multireligieus. Wereld en Zending, 30 (3), 4-11.
      • G. ter Haar (2001). Africa/Vatican: Milingogate. Africa Confidential, 42 (18).
      • G. ter Haar (2000). Religious Fundamentalism and Social Change. DevISSues, 2 (2), 1-6.
      • G. ter Haar (2000). History of Religions: Origins and Visions. DevISSues, 2 (3), 5-5.
      • G. ter Haar (2000). Laying off Hands. Africa Confidential, 41 (20).
      • G. ter Haar (1999). Imposing Identity: the case of African Christians in the Netherlands. DISKUS, 5 (46).
      • G. ter Haar (1999). Tot Genezing Geroepen: in gesprek met ds. Daniel Himmans-Arday. Herademing, 25 (3), 39-44.
      • G. ter Haar (1999). Een maagdelijke geboorte in Ghana. Prana, 116, 23-27.
      • G. ter Haar (2009). How God Became African: African Spirituality and Western Secular Thought. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2005). Mundos de Poder: Pensamiento religioso y practica politica en Africa [Spanish translation of Worlds of Power: Religious Thoughts and Political Practice in Africa, 2004]. Barcelona: Edicions Bellaterra
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2004). Worlds of Power: Religious Thought and Political Practice in Africa (Also published by University of Witwatersrand, South Africa). London: Hurst & Co / New York: Oxford University Press
      • G. ter Haar, S.T. Kgatla, W.E.A. van Beek & J.J. de Wolf (2003). Crossing Witchcraft Barriers in South Africa. Exploring Witchcraft Accusations: Causes and Solutions. Utrecht: Utrecht University
      • G. ter Haar & J.J. Busuttil (2003). The Freedom to Do God's Will: Religious Fundamentalism and Social Change. London: Routledge
      • G. ter Haar (2001). African Christians in Europe (Special edition for Africa; originally published in 1998 as Halfway to Paradise: African Christians in Europe). Nairobi: Acton Publishers
      • G. ter Haar (1998). Halfway to Paradise: African Christians in Europe. Cardiff Academic Press
      • G. ter Haar, A.M. Korte & Z.Y. Schaaf (1998). Wonderen die de Wereld nog Niet uit Zijn. Kampen: Kok
      • G. ter Haar (1992). Spirit of Africa: The Healing Ministry of Archbishop Milingo of Zambia. London: Hurst & Co
      • G. ter Haar, A. Moyo & S. Nondo (1992). African Traditional Religions in Religious Education: A Resource Book with Special Reference to Zimbabwe. Utrecht: Utrecht University
      • G. ter Haar (1990). Faith of our Fathers: Studies on Religious Education in Sub-Saharan Africa. Utrecht: Rijksuniversiteit
      • G. ter Haar (2016). Poverty and Power: African Challenges to Christian Mission. In M. Auvinen-Pöntinen & J.A. Jørgensen (Eds.), Mission and Money: Christian Mission in the Context of Global Inequalities (pp. 85). Brill
      • G. ter Haar & S. Ellis (2016). The History of Witchcraft Accusations and Persecutions in Africa. In W. Behringer, S. Lorenz & D.R. Bauer (Eds.), Späte Hexenprozesse: Der Umgang der Aufklärung mit dem Irrationalen (Hexenforschung Band 14) (pp. 332-345). Gütersloh: Verlag für Regionalgeschichte
      • C. Wepener & G. ter Haar (2014). Sacred Sites and Spiritual Power: One Angel, Two Sites, Many Spirits. In P. Post, P. Nel & W. van Beek (Eds.), Sacred Spaces and Contested Identities : Space and Ritual Dynamics in Europe and Africa (pp. 89-104). Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press
      • G. ter Haar (2014). Poverty and Prosperity in Africa. In T.S. Drønen (Ed.), Religion and Development: Nordic Perspectives on Involvement in Africa (Bible and Theology in Africa, 20) (pp. 11-25). New York: Peter Lang
      • S. Ellis & G. ter Haar (2013). Religion and Politics. In N. Cheeseman, D.M. Anderson & A. Scheibler (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of African Politics (pp. 121-132). London: Routledge
      • G. ter Haar (2013). Mixed Blessing: Religion in Contemporary Politics. In H. Moksnes & M. Melin (Eds.), Faith in Civil Society: Religious Actors as Drivers of Change (Outlook on Civil Society) (pp. 31-44). Uppsala: Uppsala University, Uppsala Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD)[go to publisher's site]
      • S. Ellis & G. ter Haar (2013). Spirits in Politics: Some Theoretical Reflections. In B. Meier & A.S. Steinforth (Eds.), Spirits in Politics: Uncertainties of Power and Healing in African Societies (pp. 37-47). Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag
      • S. Ellis & G. ter Haar (2012). Religion and Politics in Africa. In E.K. Bongmba (Ed.), The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to African Religions (Blackwell Companions to Religion) (pp. 457-465). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell
      • G. ter Haar (2011). Religion and Human Rights: Searching for Common Ground. In G. ter Haar (Ed.), Religion and Development: Ways of Transforming the World (pp. 295-314). London: Hurst & Co.
      • G. ter Haar (2011). Religion and Development: Introducing a New Debate. In G. ter Haar (Ed.), Religion and Development: Ways of Transforming the World (pp. 3-25). London: Hurst & Co.
      • G. ter Haar (2010). The Mbuliuli Principle: What Is In A Name? In B. Bompani & M. Frahm-Arp (Eds.), Development and Politics from below: Exploring Religious Spaces in the African State (pp. 40-54). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
      • G. ter Haar (2008). Charting Mission through Migration: African Christians in Europe. In S. Spencer (Ed.), Mission and Migration. Papers read at the Biennial Conference of the British and Irish Association for Mission Studies at Westminister College, Cambridge, 2nd-5th July 2007 (pp. 31-52). Hope Valley, Sheffield: Cliff College Publishing
      • G. ter Haar (2008). African Christians in Europe. In K. Kunter & H. Schjorring (Eds.), Changing Relations between Churches in Europe and Africa: The Internationalization of Christianity and Politics in the 20th Century (pp. 241-251). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz
      • G. ter Haar (2007). Ghanaian Witchcraft Beliefs: A view from The Netherlands. In G. ter Haar (Ed.), Imagining Evil : Witchcraft beliefs and Accusations in Contemporary Africa (pp. 93-112). Trenton: Africa World Press
      • G. ter Haar (2007). Religious War, Terrorism, and Peace: A response to Mark Juergensmeyer. In G. ter Haar & Y. Tsuruoka (Eds.), Religion and Society : an Agenda for the 21st century (pp. 19-27). Leiden/Boston: Brill
      • G. ter Haar (2007). Introduction: The evil called Witchcraft. In G. ter Haar (Ed.), Imagining Evil : Witchcraft beliefs and Accusations in Contemporary Africa (pp. 1-30). Trenton NJ: Africa World Press
      • G. ter Haar & Y. Tsuruoka (2007). Religion in the Twenty-first Century: A Short Introduction. In G. ter Haar & Y. Tsuruoka (Eds.), Religion and Society: An Agenda for the 21st Century (pp. xi-xvii). Leiden/Boston: Brill
      • G. ter Haar (2006). The True Teachings of Christ's Temple. In P.B. Clarke (Ed.), Encyclopedia of New Religious Movements (pp. 557-558). London: Routledge Books
      • G. ter Haar (2005). The Religious Dimension in Migration and its Relation to Development: Ghanaians in the Netherlands. In T. Manuh (Ed.), At Home in the World? International Migration and Development in Contemporary Ghana and West Africa (pp. 311-334). Accra: Sub-Saharan Publishers
      • G. ter Haar (2005). Religion: Source of Conflict or Resource for Peace? In G. ter Haar & J.J. Busuttil (Eds.), Bridge or Barrier: Religion, Violence and Visions for Peace (pp. 3-34). Leiden: Brill
      • G. ter Haar (2005). Religion: Source of Conflict or Resource for Peace? In P. Ostien, J.M. Nasir & F. Kogelmann (Eds.), Comparative Perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria (pp. 303-320). Ibadan: Spectrum Books
      • G. ter Haar (2005). Ritual as Communication: A Study of African Christian Communities in the Bijilmer District of Amsterdam. In G. Harvey (Ed.), Ritual and Religious Belief: A Reader (pp. 163-188). London: Routledge
      • G. ter Haar (2004). What is Religion for? A Papuan Perspective. In J. Bulbulia & P. Morris (Eds.), What is Religion for? Refereed Proceedings of the NZASR/IAHR 2002 conference (pp. 295-322). Wellington, New Zealand: Victoria University of Wellington
      • G. ter Haar (2004). Chosen People: The Concept of Diaspora in the Modern World. In S.J. Sutcliffe (Ed.), Religion: Empirical Studies. A Collection to mark the 50th anniversary of the British Association for the Study of Religion (pp. 91-106). Aldershot/Brookfield: Ashgate
      • G. ter Haar (2003). Who defines African identity? A concluding analysis. In G. ter Haar & J.L. Cox (Eds.), Uniquely African? (pp. 269-282) Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press
      • G. ter Haar (2003). Religious Fundamentalism and Social Change: A Comparative Inquiry. In G. ter Haar & J.J. Busittil (Eds.), The Freedom to Do God's Will (pp. 1-24). London: Routledge Books
      • G. ter Haar (2003). Rats, Cockroaches and People Like Us: Views of Humanity and Human Rights. In J. Runzo, N. Martin & A. Sharma (Eds.), Human Rights and Responsibilities in the World Religions (pp. 79-95). Oxford: Oneworld Publications
      • G. ter Haar (2002). The South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development project entitled "Crossing witchcraft barriers in South Africa": A Northern Perspective. In North-South Research Cooperation (pp. 163-166). Amsterdam: KNAW
      • G. ter Haar (2002). The South Africa-Netherlands Research Programme on Alternatives in Development project entitled "Crossing witchcraft barriers in South Africa": A Way Forward. Summary and Recommendations emerging from the Community Summit on Social Conflict, held at the University of the North, South Africa, 29-31 March 2001. In North-South Research Cooperation (pp. 207-212). Amsterdam: KNAW
      • G. ter Haar (2001). Prophets in the modern world: an anthropological perspective on prophetism in African-initiated churches in Western Europe. In J. Brosseder (Ed.), Verborgener Gott , Verborgene Kirche? Die Kenotische Theologie und Ihre Ekklesiologischen Implikationen (pp. 68-80). Stuttgart: Kohlhammer
      • G. ter Haar (2000). Les théories explicatives de l'ecclésiogenèse et les diasporas chrétiennes d'outre-mer en Europe. In M. Spindler & A. Lenoble-Bart (Eds.), Chrétiens d'outre-mer en Europe. Un autre visage de l'immigration (pp. 49-66). Paris: Karthala
      • G. ter Haar (2000). Afrikanen in Nederland: Een Inleiding. In I. van Kessel & N. Tellegen (Eds.), Afrikanen in Nederland (pp. 11-41). Amsterdam: KIT Publishers
      • G. ter Haar (2015). [Bespreking van het boek A Prophetic Trajectory: Ideologies of Place, Time and Belonging in an Angolan Religious Movement]. Social Sciences and Missions, 28, 391-393.
      • G. ter Haar (2008). Ethnographic Sorcery [Bespreking van het boek Ethnographic Sorcery]. African Studies Review, 51, 140-142.
      • G. ter Haar (2008). Yoruba in Diaspora: An African Church in London [Bespreking van het boek Yoruba in Diaspora: An African Church in London]. African Studies Review, 51, 181-182.
      • G. ter Haar (2006). Anatomy of Inculturation: Transforming the Church in Africa [Bespreking van het boek Anatomy of Inculturation: Transforming the Church in Africa]. Tijdschrift voor Theologie, 46, 417-418.
      • G. ter Haar (2006). Ghana's New Christianity: Pentecostalism in a Globalising African Economy [Bespreking van het boek Ghana's New Christianity: Pentecostalism in a Globalising African Economy]. African Affairs, 105(420), 486-487.
      • G. ter Haar (2006). Engaging Modernity: Methods and Case Studies for Studying African Independent Churches in South Africa [Bespreking van het boek Engaging Modernity: Methods and Case Studies for Studying African Independent Churches in South Africa]. African Affairs, 105(421), 655-656.
      • G. ter Haar (2002). [Bespreking van het boek These Catholic Sisters are all Mamas! Towards the inculturation of sisterhood in Africa, an ethnographic study"]. Exchange, 31, 395-397.
      • G. ter Haar (2001). [Bespreking van het boek Religion, Beliefs, and International Human Rights]. Exchange, 30, 377-379.
      • G. ter Haar (2001). [Bespreking van het boek The Religious Itinerary of a Ghanaian People: The Kasena and the Christian Gospel]. Exchange, 30, 191-192.
      • G. ter Haar (2001). [Bespreking van het boek Freedom of Religion: A Precious Human Right. A Survey of Advantages, and Drawbacks]. Friesch Dagblad.
      • G. ter Haar (2001). [Bespreking van het boek A Man with a Shadow: The Life and Times of Professor ZK Matthews, A Missiological Interpretation in Context]. Exchange, 30, 290-291.
      • G. ter Haar (2006). Religion: A Source for Human Rights and Development Cooperation (A report of the keynote address at the joint conference organized by ICCO, Cordaid and ISS in Soesterberg in September 2005). Zeist: ICCO
      • G. ter Haar (2006). Contributions to Conference Report 'Religion: A Source for Human Rights and Development Cooperation' (a joint conference organized by ICCO, Cordaid and ISS in Soesterberg in September 2005). Zeist: ICCO
      • G. ter Haar (2000). Rats, Cockroaches and People Like Us: Views of Humanity and Human Rights (ISS Inaugural Address). The Hague: ISS
      • G. ter Haar, S.T. Kgatla, W.E.A. van Beek & J.J. de Wolf (2000). Crossing Witchcraft Barriers in South Africa: Power, Politics, Healing, Beliefs and Social Empowerment. A Preliminary Report. Utrecht: Utrecht University
      • G. ter Haar (2000). World Religions and Community Religions: Where does Africa fit in? Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen
      • G. ter Haar (2001). Between Blessing and Bane: Religion and Human Rights Today. In Journal of Religion and Theology in Namibia, vol. 3 (pp. 1-36)
      • G. ter Haar (2000). Steun de Afrikaanse Kerken in Nederland. In Contrast, 10 (pp. 6-6)
      • G. ter Haar (2000). Religie voor een betere wereld: Wereldparlement der Religies bijeen in Zuid-Afrika. In Centraal Weekblad, 48, 6 (pp. 11-11)
        • G. ter Haar (2008). The Mbuliuli Principle: What Is in a Name? (Paper presented at University of Edinburgh, 10 April 2008).
        • G. ter Haar (2008). Religion and Development: Exploring an Emerging Debate.(Paper presented at Stockholm University, 22 April 2008).
        • G. ter Haar (2008). African Christians: A New Phase in the History of Europe. Paper presented at Sodertorn College, 21 April 2008.
        • G. ter Haar (2008). Religion and Conflict (Paper presented at NATO Defense College, Rome, 12 March 2008 and 11 September 2008)).
        • G. ter Haar (2008). Witchcraft Accusations in Africa: A Problem for Religion and Human Rights (Paper presented at Stockholm University, 22 April 2008).
        • G. ter Haar (2008). Indigenous Spirituality and Sustainable Development: Some Concluding Observations (Paper presented at Nijmegen, Radboud University, 22 October 2008).
        • G. ter Haar (2008). The Occult Does Not Exist: Religion and the Experience of Evil. (Paper presented at University of Edinburgh, 1 October 2008).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). Religion and Development: Focus on HIV/AIDS (Paper presented at the conference on Health, Healing & the Study of the Religions of Africa, organised by AASR (African Association for the Study of Religions) University of Gaborone, Botswana, 11 July 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). The African Christian Diaspora in Europe (Keynote address at the conference on African Christianity and the Neo-Diaspora, Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, 24 March 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). Mission and Migration: African Christians in Europe (Keynote address at the BIAMS -British and Irish Association for Mission Studies- conference on Strangers in Our Midst: Mission and Migration, Cambridge, 3 July 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). Belief and Culture: Fuelling or Resolving Conflict? (Paper presented at the conference on Can Integrity, Respect and Justice lead to Dignity for All? organised by Initiatives of Change, Caux Switzerland, 15 August 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). Religie en Ontwikkelingssamenwerking: Een Theoretische Herbezinning (Paper presented at the Zuid-Noord Commissie, Partij van de Arbeid, The Hague, 4 September 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). Religion and Conflict (Public Lecture on Religie en Conflict: Kruis of Kromzwaard?, organised by Universitaire Vredesdagen University of Groningen, 19 September 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). Multiculturalism: A Way of Managing Religious Difference? (Panel presentation R&D research programme, University of Birmingham, 23 January 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). Religion in the Development Debate: Relevance and Rationale (Keynote address at the R&D research programme seminar on The Role of Religions in Development: Relevant, Relegated or Resurgent?, University of Birmingham, 23 January 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2007). Rights and Revelation: A Response to Oliver Davies (Paper presented at the Seminar on Real Challenges to Contemporary Theology, Radboud University, 2 February 2007).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). How God Became African: A Continuing Story. Paper presented at the University of Edinburgh, 6 November 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). A Valley of Dry Bones: African Christians Going Global (Paper presented at theUniversity of Edinburgh, 17 November 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). Abundant Life in Africa: Religion and Development . (Paper presented at the University of Edinburgh, 16 November 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). The Problem of Evil: Religion and Human Rights in Africa (Paper presented at the University of Edinburgh, 14 November 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). African Religious Experiences: From Suffering to Salvation (Paper presented at the University of Edinburgh, 9 November 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). The African Spirit World: A Journey into the Unknown (Paper presented at the University of Edinburgh, 7 er 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). The Religious Dimension of War and Peace. (Keynote address at the African Students' Conference 'Building Peace in Africa: The Impact of Religion', The Hague, Institute of Social Studies, 14 October 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). How God became African: Stories of Religious and Cultural Change . (General title of The Cunningham Lectures 2006. A series of six public lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh, School of Divinity, November 2006. Delivered in two blocks of three lectures per week).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). Hermeneutiek en Mensenrechten: Een Godsdienstwetenschappelijk Perspectief (Cordaid Lunchlezing, The Hague, 16 May 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). African Migrant Churches in Netherland. (Paper presented at CERI (Centre d'udes et de Recherches Internationales), Paris, 5 October 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). Religion and War: Towards a New 'Just War' Theory. A Response. (Paper presented at Religion and War Symposium, Global Congress on 'The World's Religions after September 11', Montreal, 12 September 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). Radical Islam in the Sahara after 9/11 (Paper presented at the Religion and Human Rights Panel, Global Congress on 'The World's Religions after September 11', Montreal, 12 September 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). Wat is een Mens zonder Bestaansbewijs? (Paper presented at Afscheidssymposium Justitiepredikant Ferdinand van Melle, Amsterdam, 31 August 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). Geloof en Politiek: Een Bijdrage tot het Debat. (Paper presented at Wiardi Beckman Stichting, Amsterdam, 9 June 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). Human Rights and War (International Consultation on Revising Just War Theory for the 21st Century, Global Ethics and Religion Forum, Cambridge University, 22 November 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2006). Religion and Development: A European Perspective (Paper presented at SANPAD Pre-proposal Workshop, University of Stellenbosch, 23 January 2006).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). De sharia: een tip van de sluier opgelicht (Paper presented to ICCO staff, Zeist).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion, Human Rights and Development (Some critical observations at the opening of the Expert Meeting on Religion and Human Rights, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). The Role of Religion in Zambia in Past and Present (Paper presented at the Zambia Day, Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Worlds of Power (Paper presented at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). The Impact of Religious Thought on Political Practice (Paper presented at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Worlds of Power: Religious Thought and Political Practice in Africa (Paper presented at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, Washington).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). The role of Religion in Development Cooperation (Paper presented at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion and Development (A responsive address at the Oikos Jubilee, Utrecht).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion and Development (Concluding remarks at the Conference on Religion and Development, The Hague).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Worlds of Power: Religious Thought and Political Practice in Africa (Paper presented at the African Studies Centre, Leiden).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion, African States and the Crisis of Governance (Paper delivered at the International Conference on Religion, Peacebuilding and Conflict in Africa, Jinja Uganda).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion: Source of Conflict or Resource for Peace? (Paper delivered at the International Conference on Comparative Perspectives on Sharia in Nigeria, University of Jos, Nigeria).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religious Thought and Political Practice in Africa (Paper presented at the Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion and Human Rights (Paper presented at the University of Ghana, Department for the Study of Religions).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion: Source of Conflict or Resource for Peace? (Paper delivered at the Conference on Religion and Contemporary Political Processes of the Russian Academy for State Service in the Presidential Administration, Moscow).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Worlds of Power: Religious Thought and Political Practice in Africa (Paper presented at Boekehuys, Johannesburg).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Worlds of Power: Religious Thought and Political Practice in Africa (Paper presented at SOAS, University of London).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Worlds of Power: Religious Thought and Political Practice in Africa (Paper presented at IIMO, Utrecht University).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion and Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa (Paper presented at the Ph.D workshop Bringing Religion Back In: Religious Institutions and Politics in Africa, Roskilde University, Denmark).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Ghanaians in the Netherlands: Religion and Development (Paper delivered at the International Conference on Migration and Development in Ghana, Accra).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion, African States and the Crisis of Governance (Paper presented at WISER., University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg).
        • G. ter Haar (2004). Religion, African States and the Crisis of Governance (Paper presented at the Politics Department, University of Pretoria).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Combatting Religious Extremism and Fanaticism (Paper presented at The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN), Special Commission on Peace and Security, Nederlands Congrescentrum, The Hague, 29 January 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Witchcraft and Human Rights (Paper presented at University of the North, Polokwane, South Africa, 8 December 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Religion and Conflict (Paper presented at ICCO, Zeist, 27 May 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Religion, Conflict and Human Rights (Paper presented at the Africa Division, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 19 May 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Archbishop Milingo's Healing Mission: Recent Developments (Paper presented at the Catholic Church History Project, University of Zambia, Lusaka, 1 March 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Localising Religion and Human Rights (Paper presented at the ISS Alumni Workshop, Fairview Hotel, Lusaka, 27 February 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Archbishop Milingo's Healing Mission: The Zambian Period (up to 1982) (Paper presented at the Catholic Church History Project, University of Zambia, Lusaka, 22 February 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Religion: Call to Conflict or Channel for Peace? (Paper presented at the NOSTER conference 'Religion and Violence', Kontakt der Kontinenten, Soesterberg, 21 January 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). Religion: Call to Conflict or Channel for Peace? (Paper presented at the CIDSE Forum 'Faiths in Conflict', Elewijt Centre, Mechelen, Belgium, 20 January 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2003). The Life and Work of Archbishop Milingo (Paper presented at the Justus Mwale Theological College, Lusaka, 26 February 2003).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Christian-Muslim dialogue after 09/11 (Paper presented at a meeting of international parish priests, The Hague).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Religion and Human Rights in Kenya (Paper presented at a staff seminar in the Department of Religious Studies, Kenyatta University, Nairobi).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). De toekomst van de godsdienstwetenschap in Nederland: taken en verantwoordelijkheden (Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Nederlands Genootschap voor Godsdienstwetenschap (NGG) in cooperation with the research school NOSTER).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Religie: middel of obstakel tot vrede? (Keynote address at a symposium organised by Oikos and Studium Generale of Utrecht University).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Religion and Human Rights in Africa (Paper presented at the Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Post 11 September: Fundamentalising Africa? (Paper presented at the Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Religion and Conflict in the post 9/11 World (Address delivered at the International Roman Catholic Parish of The Hague).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Ieder tot recht (Keynote address delivered at the Publieksdag Migrantenweek, Amsterdam).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Considering Religion and Human Rights (Keynote address delivered at the opening of the International Workshop on Religion and Human Rights, Ghana).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Religion and Human Rights in post-war Liberia (Paper presented at the International Workshop on Religion and Human Rights, Ghana).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). What is religion for? A Papuan Perspective (Paper presented at a conference of the New Zealand Association for the Study of Religions, University of Victoria, Wellington).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Religion: Tool or obstacle to Peace? (Paper presented at a SCHOLAS seminar at ISS, in collaboration with Oikos and ICCO).
        • G. ter Haar (2002). Crossing Witchcraft Barriers in South Africa (Paper presented at the International Workshop on Religion and Human Rights, Ghana).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). African Religious Traditions in the Diaspora (Guest lecture at the Rijksuniversiteit Leiden (RUL), Leiden, 6 December 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). Milingo and the Moonies: An new twist in an old affair (Paper presented for the Study Group on Africa (SAGA), IIMO, Utrecht University, Utrecht, 4 December 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). Europe's Changing Face (Paper presented for the Hendrik Kraemer Instituut, SOW Churches (Netherlands), and the Evangelische Kirche (Germany), Utrecht, 29 October 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). Religion and identity: African Christians in Europe (Public lecture delivered at the University of Ghana, Legon (Accra), 16 February 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). Religie en Mensenrechten (Presentation at the Cordaid 'Verdiepingsmiddag', Den Haag, 31 May 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). Religie en Cultuur in Afrika (Presentation in the Workshop 'Cultuur en Religie' at the Symposium 'Oorlog en Vrede in Afrika', Studium Generale, Utrecht University, Utrecht, 24 April 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). Witchcraft Beliefs and Witchcraft Accusations in Africa (Guest lecture to Philosophy students at the University of Namibia, Windhoek, 11 April 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). African Religious and Spiritual Ideas (Guest lecture to Philosophy students at the University of Namibia, Windhoek, 10 April 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). African Religions in Modern Times (Presentation for the Interfaith Group of the University of Namibia, Windhoek, 6 April 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). A way forward: Concluding reflections and observations on witchcraft beliefs and witchcraft accusations in South Africa. presentation made at the 'Community Summit on Social Violence in South Africa', University of the North, South Africa. sburg, 31 March 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2001). Between blessing and bane: Religion and human rights today (Public lecture delivered at the Centre for Development Studies, University of Jos, Nigeria Jos, 28 February 2001.
        • G. ter Haar (2001). Religion and Human Rights in the World Today (Public lecture delivered at the University of Namibia, Windhoek, 11 April 2001).
        • G. ter Haar (2000). Vooroordelen over Nigeriaanse Prostitutes (Opinie) [de Volkskrant, 21 januari 2000].
        • G. ter Haar (2000). Bestaan er Algemene Mensenrechten?
        • G. ter Haar (1999). Religious and Ethnic Identities of African Christians in Western Europe (Paper presented at Open University, Milton Keynes, 8 May 1999).
        • G. ter Haar (1999). World Religions and Community Religions: Where Does Africa Fit in? (Paper presented at Centre of African Studies, University of Copenhagen, 21 September 1999).
      • G. ter Haar (Ed.). (2011). Religion and Development: Ways of Transforming the World. London/New York: Hurst & Co./Columbia University Press
      • G. ter Haar, S. Shimazono & Y. Tsuruoka (Ed.). (2008). Shukyo: Sokoku to Heiwa [Religion: Conflict and Peace]. Tokyo: Akiyama-Shoten
      • G. ter Haar & Y. Tsuruoka (Ed.). (2007). Religion and Society: An Agenda for the 21st Century. Leiden/Boston: Brill
      • G. ter Haar (Ed.). (2007). Imagining Evil: Witchcraft Beliefs and Accusations in Contemporary Africa. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press
      • G. ter Haar & J.J. Busuttil (Ed.). (2005). Bridge or Barrier: Religion, Violence and Visions for Peace. Leiden: Brill
      • G. ter Haar & J.L. Cox (Ed.). (2003). Uniquely African? African Christian Identity from Cultural and Historical Perspectives. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press
      • G. ter Haar (Ed.). (2001). Religious Communities in the Diaspora (Special edition for Africa; originally published in 1998 as Strangers and Sojourners: Religious Communities in the Diaspora). Nairobi: Acton Publishers
      • G. ter Haar (Ed.). (1998). Strangers and Sojourners: Religious Communities in the Diaspora. Leuven: Peeters
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