Christian Stokke

Faculty of Humanities, Sports and Educational Science
Department of Culture, Religion and Social Studies
Campus Drammen (5311)
Christian Stokke is an Associate Professor in Anthropology. His research interests include multiculturalism, intercultural understanding, critical race theory, religious education, spirituality and transpersonal psychology, and teaches cultural diversity and religious education in teacher education.


Leader of the research group in Religious Education

Co-editor of the Human Rights Education Review 


Multiculturalism, intercultural understanding, religious education, postcolonial perspectives, critical race theory, spirituality, transpersonal psychology


Publications at
Publications at Cristin


Mira Rodriguez & Christian Stokke (2019): “Taking spiritual experiences seriously in the religious education classroom” International Journal of Children’s Spirituality 24(3).

Christian Stokke (2019): «Do antiracist efforts and diversity programs make a difference» Assessing the case of Norway» i Peter Hervik (ed.): Racialization in the Nordic Countries. Palgrave.  

Christian Stokke & Lena Lybæk (2018): “Combining intercultural dialogue and critical multiculturalism” Ethnicities 18(1), pp. 70-85.

Elisabeth Stenshorne & Christian Stokke (2015): “Utvikling av en mangfoldssensitiv klasseledelse» Flerkulturelt Verksted: Ulike tilnærminger til kompetanse for mangfold, pp. 226-239. Portal Forlag.

Guro Hansen Helskog & Christian Stokke (2014): “Enhancing relational spirituality. Dialogues dialogues in intercultural and interfaith education» Studies in Interreligious Dialogue 24(2), pp 202-220.

Christian Stokke & Guro Hansen Helskog (2014): «Promoting Dialogical Democracy. Dialogos Dialogues in intercultural and interfaith education» Studies in Interreligious Dialogue 24(2), pp 182-201.