Prof. Dr. Jens Köhrsen

Prof. Dr. Jens Köhrsen

Scharnhorststr. 121
48151 Münster

T: +49 251 83-25305
F: +49 251 83-29930

  • Publications

    • Koehrsen J. . ‘Boundary bridging arrangements: A boundary work approach to local energy transitions.’ Sustainability 9, No. 3. doi: 10.3390/su9030424.
    • Koehrsen, Jens. . ‘Religious Tastes and Styles as Markers of Class Belonging: A Bourdieuian Perspective on Pentecostalism in South America.’ Sociology 53. doi: 10.1177/0038038517722288. [online first]
    • Koehrsen, Jens. . ‘When Sects Become Middle Class: Impression Management among Middle-Class Pentecostals in Argentina.’ Sociology of Religion 78, No. 3: 318–339. doi: 10.1093/socrel/srx030.
    • Koehrsen, Jens. . ‘Religious Agency in Sustainability Transitions: Between Experimentation, Upscaling, and Regime Support.’ Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 25. doi: 10.1016/j.eist.2017.09.003. [online first]

    • Koehrsen, Jens. . Middle Class Pentecostalism in Argentina Inappropriate Spirits. Leiden/Boston: Brill.

    • Koehrsen J. . ‘Does religion promote environmental sustainability? – Exploring the role of religion in local energy transitions.’ Social Compass 62, No. 3: 296–310. doi: 10.1177/0037768615587808.
    • Köhrsen J. . ‘Pentecostal improvement strategies: A comparative reading on African and South American pentecostalism.’ In Pastures of Plenty: Tracing Religio-Scapes of Prosperity Gospel in Africa and Beyond, edited by Heuser, Andreas, 49–64. Peter Lang. doi: 10.3726/978-3-653-05822-2.
    • Mattes, Jannika; Huber, Andreas; Koehrsen, Jens. . ‘Energy transitions in small-scale regions – what we can learn from a regional innovation systems perspective.’ Energy Policy 78: 255–264. doi: 10.1016/j.enpol.2014.12.011.

    • Koehrsen J. . ‘Paradigm change in the face of the global financial crisis? - A comparative study of the economic policy debates during three economic slumps in Germany.’ Revue d'Economie Politique 124, No. 3: 269–290.

    • Köhrsen J. . ‘How religious is the public sphere? A critical stance on the debate about public religion and post-secularity.’ Acta Sociologica 55, No. 3: 273–288. doi: 10.1177/0001699312445809.