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Interview: Negotiating the border between religion and culture at Christmas time in Scandinavia
Schools and TV programmes are important in shaping children and communities. In the Nordic countries, schools and broadcasters are frequently tasked with presenting cultural heritage to the public – particularly at Christmas time. Is cultural heritage exclusively Lutheran in Denmark and Norway? How do headteachers and broadcasters decide what is simply 'culture', and what is too religious for a broader public? How are new citizens expected to react to cultural heritage in the Nordics?
Faculty of Theology welcomes Mary Jane Cuyler, as visiting researcher
Mary Jane Cuyler received her PhD in Classics and Ancient History from the University of Sydney (Australia) with a dissertation on the archaeological remains of ancient Rome's port city of Ostia, especially the mysterious history of the sacred area of the Quattro Tempietti.
Anne Katrine de Hemmer Gudme new associate professor in Old Testament/Hebrew Bible
She is an award-winning researcher with extensive international experience. Old Testament scholar Anne Katrine de Hemmer Gudme has already achieved more than most at her career stage, and it all started with a fascination for fantasy literature and Greek mythology!
The "Oslo School" in Africa
In May 2019 three of our African PhDs, Loreen Maseno (2008), Maseno University, Kenya, Elia Mligo (2009), Teofilo Kisanji University, Tanzania, and Zoro Dube (2012), University of Pretoria, organized an international confernce on “The Bible, Gender, and Household in Early Christian Texts and Contemporary Church.”
For PhD students within the fields of theology, the humanities and law.
This research school offers research seminars, student seminars, mobility grants, and interdisciplinary research networks.
- New knowledge about the Nordic model
- Large interdisciplinary research effort
The Faculty of Theology hosts the research group NORDHOST (Nordic hospitalities in a context of migration and refugee crisis), and participates in The Public Sphere and Freedom of Expression in the Nordic Countries, 1815-1900