This semester, Sandro Nikolaishvili is a guest researcher at the faculty through Erasmus. He is a PhD candidate at the Central European University in Budapest.
With the new membership of The United Theological College in Bangalore, India, the transcontinental phd seminar now consists of scholars and PhD-students from 5 different continents.
Last year, Lloyd Abercrombie started his PhD at the Faculty of Theology. He is one of several international doctoral research fellows at the Faculty of Theology.
Hezser is one of the leading scholars within Jewish Studies in Europe, and joins the faculty as Professor II for the next three years.
One of the largest conferences in Oslo in the field of theology for many years happens during the five days of April 20th-24th. The conference topic is: Reforming: Space, body, and politics.
Unique collaboration between the University of Oslo, Lund University, and Harvard University has resulted in a new course, which focuses on how Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Samaritanism developed alongside one another, and shaped one another’s identities in this process.