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    Smolka, M. (2019). Going Cognitive? A science studies perspective on the Aesthetics of Religion: when conflicting visions fuel controversy and epistemic tensions. In DVRW 2019 IAHR special - Konzeptualisierung von Religion : Book of Abstracts (pp. 149). University Hannover.
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    Smolka, M. (2019). Going Cognitive? How conflicting visions fuel controversy and perform the future of the Aesthetics of Religion. In Measuring Charismatic Expression: Towards an Integrated Perspective from Cultural and Cognitive Studies: Interdisciplinary Workshop at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research (Zif) University Bielefeld.
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    Smolka, M. (2019). Studying emotions in neuroscientific meditation research. Ethics and epistemology entangled? In Bias in AI and Neuroscience: Transdisciplinary Conference. 17-19 June 2019 Radboud University, Nijmegen.
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    Smolka, M. (2018). The Meditating Brain in Context: Eliciting Ethical Reflections in Neuroscientific Meditation Research. In Responsible Research & Innovation and Future Making: Responsibility through Anticipation: Interdisciplinary International Graduate Summer School Donostia-San Sebastián.
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    Smolka, M. (2018). Controversy in the Aesthetics of Religion: When religious studies go cognitive, visions on how to study religions clash. In Conference of the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST2018): Meetings: Making Science, Technology and Society Together Lancaster.
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    Smolka, M. (2017). Responsibility in neuroscientific cognitive enhancement research. Poster session presented at European Summer Research Institute, Chiemsee, Germany.
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