Faculty of Theology > Research
The Faculty of Theology contributes to research into three core areas: Bible Exegesis, Church History and Systematic Theology, but also into areas covered by research centres housed at the Faculty:
- The Centre of African Studies
- The Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre
- The Study of the Cultural Heritage from Medieval Rituals
- European Islamic Thought
- Center for the study of Jewish Thought in Modern Culture
As well as the external centre with affiliated staff: Center for Subjectivity Research.
The Faculty's sections have prioritised a number of research projects, some of which are multidisciplinary. In addition, individual academic members of staff (see the individual staff member's profile) have particular research profiles and may take part in international research projects.
Selected Research Projects
- The Research Project Self-Understanding and Self-Alienation
- The Research Project Protestant Legacies in Nordic Law (ProNoLa)
- The Research Project Solitudes. Withdrawal and Engagement
- The Research project What Money Can't Buy
- 'Changing Disasters': Understanding Societies through Disasters
- Centre for Naturalism and Christian Semantics