dr. Srdjan Sremac

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Dr. Srdjan Sremac is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Religion and Theology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and co-director of the Amsterdam Center for the Study of Lived Religion at the same university. He is a research fellow and management member of the PACS (Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). Srdjan is widely published with 16 (co-) authored or edited books and over 50 journal articles and book chapters. He is also the managing editor of Palgrave Studies in Lived Religion and Societal Challenges (Palgrave Macmillan). His interdisciplinary research interests include narrative psychology of religion, biographical-reconstructive research, religion and sexuality, war-related trauma, substance dependence and spirituality, lived religion of marginalized groups, material culture/religion, religion and heritage, and post-conflict reconciliation studies.

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Trauma, Violence and Lived Religion

Conflict and Peace-Building: Global and Intersectional Perpectives (Minor Peace and Conflict)

Research Skills  

Woord wordt materie

Practical/Empirical Theology

Cultural restitutions and colonial collections: What is at stake? (Honours)


VU Honours Programma Coordinator (FRT) 2020 - present. 

VU Honours Programma Coordinator vak Cultural Restitutions and Collonial Collections - 2021 - present. 


  • B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion
  • Trauma, Psychology of Religion, Religion and Sexuality, Reconciliation and Peace-Building, Substance Dependence and Recovery, Lived Religion of Marginalised Groups, Non-Western Material Culture
  • Lived Religion
  • Material Culture
  • Material Religion
  • Restitution
  • Practical Theology
  • Religious heritage
  • Reconciliation


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