Members - active Members

 Nicolas Anders

Nicolas Anders

Theology/Church History

C 04 Communication of Education in Late Antique Christianity: Teachers’ Roles in Parish, Family and Ascetical Community

Dr. Balbina Bäbler

Dr. Balbina Bäbler

Classical Philology

A 02 Education and Religion in Christian Libraries in Late Antiquity

Prof. Dr. Heike Behlmer

Prof. Dr. Heike Behlmer

Egyptology/Coptology 

B 05 Scriptural Exegesis and Educational Traditions in Coptic-Speaking Egyptian Christianity in Late Antiquity: Shenoute, Canon 6

Dr. Levke Bittlinger

Dr. Levke Bittlinger

Coordination and Office

Z 01 Central Task – Coordination and SERAPHIM-Publications

 J. Andrew Cowan Ph.D.

J. Andrew Cowan Ph.D.

Theology/New Testament

B 02 Scriptural Exegesis as Educational Process in Paul’s Letters

Dr. Carmen Cvetkovic

Dr. Carmen Cvetkovic

Medieval History

A 04 Religious Reception and Christian Transformation of Non-Religious Knowledge in the Carolingian Era

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Egelhaaf-Gaiser

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Egelhaaf-Gaiser

Classical Philology

C 02 The Ancients in Mind: Religious and Antiquarian Transfer of Knowledge in the Educational Compendia of the Second Century CE

 Sofia Fomicheva

Sofia Fomicheva

Christian Oriental Studies

B 04 Scriptural Exegesis and Religious Polemics in Syriac Texts in Late Antiquity

Prof. Dr. Peter Gemeinhardt

Prof. Dr. Peter Gemeinhardt

Theology/Church History

Director

C 04 Communication of Education in Late Antique Christianity: Teachers' Roles in Parish, Family adn Ascetical Community

C 05  The Christian Catechumenate from Late Antiquity to Early Medieval Times and Its Reception in Modern Pedagogics of Religion

Z 01 Coordination and Administration

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Günther

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Günther

Arabic and Islamic Studies

Board Member

D 03 Ethical Instruction as Educational Discourse: The Muslim Moral Philosopher and Historian Miskawaih (d. 1030) between Reception and Transformation

 Lina Hantel

Lina Hantel

Theology/Church History

C 05 The Christian Catechumenate from Late Antiquity to Early Medieval Times and Its Reception in Modern Pedagogics of Religion

 Elisabeth Hohensee

Elisabeth Hohensee

Theology/Religious Education

C 05 The Christian Catechumenate from Late Antiquity to Early Medieval Times and Its Reception in Modern Pedagogics of Religion

Prof. Dr. Reinhard G. Kratz

Prof. Dr. Reinhard G. Kratz

Theology/Old Testament 

B 01 Scriptural Exegesis in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Qumran)

 Ann-Katrin Krause

Ann-Katrin Krause

Classical Philology

C 02 The Ancients in Mind: Religious and Antiquarian Transfer of Knowledge in the Educational Compendia of the Second Century CE

Dr. Chiara Meccariello

Dr. Chiara Meccariello

Classical Philology

Project Area C (early career programme): Gods and Heroes in the Classroom. Myth, Religion and Education in Graeco-Roman Egypt

 So Miyagawa

So Miyagawa

Egyptology/Coptology

B 05 Scriptural Exegesis and Educational Traditions in Coptic-Speaking Egyptian Christianity in Late Antiquity: Shenoute, Canon 6

 Lena Moritz

Lena Moritz

Theology/Church History

C 05 The Christian Catechumenate from Late Antiquity to Early Medieval Times and Its Reception in Modern Pedagogics of Religion

Prof. Dr. Heinz-Günther Nesselrath

Prof. Dr. Heinz-Günther Nesselrath

Classical Greek Philology

A 02 Education and Religion in Christian Libraries in Late Antiquity

Appointee for the promotion of early career researchers

Prof. Dr. Hedwig Röckelein

Prof. Dr. Hedwig Röckelein

Medieval History

A 04 Religious Reception and Christian Transformation of Non-Religious Knowledge in the Carolingian Era

Dr. Gabriela Ryser

Dr. Gabriela Ryser

Religious Studies

A 03 Pagan Religion and Philosophy in ‘Virtual Libraries‘: Late Antique Compendia and Encyclopaedic Works

Prof. Dr. Tanja S. Scheer

Prof. Dr. Tanja S. Scheer

Ancient History

Vice Director

C 01 Enlightened Men – Superstitious Women? Religion, Education and Stereotypes of Gender in Classical Athens

 Dorothee Schenk

Dorothee Schenk

Theology/Church History

associated C 04 Communication of Education in Late Antique Christianity: Teachers’ Roles in Parish, Family and Ascetical Community

associated C 05 The Christian Catechumenate from Late Antiquity to Early Medieval Times and Its Reception in Modern Pedagogics of Religion

Prof. Dr. Bernd Schröder

Prof. Dr. Bernd Schröder

Theology/Religious Education 

C 05 The Christian Catechumenate from Late Antiquity to Early Medieval Times and Its Reception in Modern Pedagogics of Religion

 Ulrike Schwartau

Ulrike Schwartau

Coordination and Administration

Z 01 Central Tasks - Administration