Stig Ragnvald Frøyshov
My primary research interest is Eastern liturgical history of all epochs, especially the Byzantine tradition and the first millennium Christian rite of Jerusalem. I am specializing in the Late Antique Daily Office of the cathedral of Jerusalem and its spread to other parts of Eastern Christendom, including the Caucasian churches and the Byzantine church, and its continuation and further development as the Byzantine rite in Constantinople and the whole Byzantine world.
Other research/academic interests:
- Byzantine Church and culture
- Early and Medieval Christianity
- Patristic theology
- Orthodox christianity, theology and spirituality
- Jewish, Christian and Muslim ritual in comparative perspective
TEOL2001 - Ritualer og sakramenter (Rituals and Sacraments)
TFF1001 - Kristendommens historie (History of Christianity)
TEOL4302 - Kristendommens historie: institusjon og fromhet (History of Christianity: Institution and Spirituality)
TEOL2010 - Dogmehistorie (History of Dogma)
TEOL2500 - Teologi i praksis 1: Spiritualitetsseminaret (Spirituality Seminar)
TFF3450/4450 - Ortodoks teologi og spiritualitet (Orthodox Theology and Spirituality)
KRIS1245 - Østkirken i dag (Eastern Church Today)
TEOL4530 - Den armenske kirke: innføring i en orientalsk-ortodoks kristen tradisjon (The Armenian Church: Introduction to an Oriental Orthodox Christian Tradition)
Higher education and employment history
Two Masters degrees from St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, Crestwood, New York:
-Master of Divinity (1992)
-Master of Arts in Liturgical Music (1993)
Doctoral degree from Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) (2003), as well as through joint agreements from Institut Catholique de Paris and Institut de théologie orthodoxe Saint-Serge, with thesis entitled L'Horologe "géorgien" du Sinaiticus ibericus 34. Edition, traduction et commentaire.
Postdoctor at The Faculty of Theology 2004-2006.
2006-2008: Professor of Early Christianity and Patristics, Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo.
2008-: Professor of Liturgical Studies, Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo.