Guest Professor and Research Fellow at the Chair:

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Robert Jewett  (Drittm.)

Tel. 06221 - 543320

Kisselgasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg 

robert.jewett@urz.uni-heidelberg.de

 

  

Junior faculty (wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin):

 

Dr. Heidrun Mader, Wiss. Ass.

Kisselgasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg

 

 

Post-graduate student assistants (Hiwis):

Mirjam Daume

Kathleen Ess

Saskia Lerdon

Minuah Jing

In Jung

Hiroko Yamayoshi 

 

 

Current doctoral and post-doc students (derzeitige Doktoranden und Habilitanden):

 

Dr. Heidrun Mader,

Subject of the habilitation project: Paul and Mark: A comparison of their theologies

 

Dr. Henning Hupe,

Subject of the habilitation project: Righteousness and justice in the Jesus tradition put into dialogue with the corresponding current philosophical discussion

 

Frank Conrads,

Subject: Mark 15-16 from a constructivist perspective

 

Mirjam Daume, HGGS scholar

Subject: LukeŇs Jerusalem image in the context of the relationship between Jews/Israel and Christians in Luke-Acts

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Kathleen Ess, HGGS scholar

Subject: Eusebeia in pagan, Hellenistic Jewish and early Christian traditions

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Minhua Jing, HGGS scholar

Subject: Narratio dirempta? A narratological analysis of the ending of Acts in comparison with contemporary literature of antiquity

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In Jung, Gerhard von Rad Foundation scholar

Subject: Passio Christi, tribulatio discipuli: a cognitive-narratological analysis of the Lukan passion story                                                                                  

 

Saskia Lerdon,

Subject: The lamb motif in Biblical texts and its reception in art history

 

Hiroko Yamayoshi,

Subject: The fall of Jerusalem reflected in early Christian texts.  

Congratulations to Hiroko for receiving the University of Heidelberg DAAD Award 2014

 

 

DAAD Scholar 2014-2015:

 

Tom McGlothlin, PhD student (Duke University),

subject of dissertation: The relationship between moral transformation and resurrection in Early Christianity

 

 

Archaeological project in Phrygia, assistants:

 

Dr. Gčler Ates & Dr. Vera Hirschmann

Kisselgasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg 

(Drittm.)