Members - former Members

Dr. Elisabetta Abate

Dr. Elisabetta Abate

Oriental and Jewish Studies

Project Area C (Early Career Programme): Emotions in the Mishnah

 Leonie von Alvensleben

Leonie von Alvensleben

Classical Philology/Religious Studies

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

PD Dr. Dr. Matthias Becker

PD Dr. Dr. Matthias Becker

Theology/New Testament

D 02 Religion in Educated Discourse: The Evangelist Luke and the Orator Dion of Prusa

Dr. Dr. Loic Berge

Dr. Dr. Loic Berge

Theology/New Testament

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

Prof. Dr. Johannes Bergemann

Prof. Dr. Johannes Bergemann

Classical Archaeology

A 01 Archaeology of Ancient Libraries: Religion, Representation, Storerooms of Knowledge

 Christoph Birkner

Christoph Birkner

Theology/Church History

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

 Enrico Boccaccini

Enrico Boccaccini

Arabic and Islamic Studies

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

PD Dr. Dmitrij Bumazhnov

PD Dr. Dmitrij Bumazhnov

Christian Oriental Studies 

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

 Christina Bünger

Christina Bünger

Theology/New Testament

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

 Julien Delhez

Julien Delhez

Egyptology/Coptology

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

Dr. Yassir El Jamouhi

Dr. Yassir El Jamouhi

Arabic and Islamic Studies

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

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Feldmeier

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Feldmeier

Theology/New Testament

D 02 Religion in Educated Discourse: The Evangelist Luke and the Orator Dion of Prusa

Prof. Dr. Tobias Georges

Prof. Dr. Tobias Georges

Theology/Church History

D 05 Profiling Religious Identity in Learned Discourses. The Role of Education in References of 12th-century Christian Authors to Jews and Muslims

 Silviu Ghegoiu

Silviu Ghegoiu

Medieval History

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

Dr. Karin Gottschalk

Dr. Karin Gottschalk

Coordination and Administration

Z 01 Central Tasks - Academic Coordination

Dr. Eduard Käfer

Dr. Eduard Käfer

Theology/New Testament

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

Dr. Corinna Kaiser

Dr. Corinna Kaiser

Coordination and Administration

Z 01 Central Tasks - E-Research

Prof. Dr. Peter Kuhlmann

Prof. Dr. Peter Kuhlmann

Classical Philology

D 01 Religious Knowledge in Discourse: Cicero’s Dialogues on Philosophy of Religion

 Olga Lorgeoux

Olga Lorgeoux

Theology/Church History

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

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

 Valeria Marchetti

Valeria Marchetti

Classical Philology

D 01 Religious Knowledge in Discourse: Cicero’s Dialogues on Philosophy of Religion

Dr. Christian Mauder

Dr. Christian Mauder

Arabic and Islamic Studies

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

 Maria Louise Munkholt Christensen ph.d.

Maria Louise Munkholt Christensen ph.d.

Theology/Church History

C04 Communication of Education in Late Antique Christianity: Teachers’ Roles in Parish, Family and Ascetical Community

 Christian Neumann

Christian Neumann

Classical Philology

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

 Konrad Otto

Konrad Otto

Theology/New Testament

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