Roxanne Bélanger Sarrazin starts as a postdoctoral fellow at the Faculty of Theology in August. ‘I am looking forward to start working at the faculty and to be part of the APOCRYPHA-project,’ she says. Originally published on the faculty news page.
We are excited to welcome Florian Graz to our project! A deep fascination for human history led him to study Coptology. Now he is starting as a doctoral research fellow on our project. His work will focus on pseudo-patristic frame narratives in Coptic apocrypha. Originally published at the faculty news page.
We are excited to announce that applications are open for our second postdoctoral position. The position will focus on practices (e.g. liturgical, ritual, etc) associated with and described in Coptic apocryphal works and the manuscripts which contain them.
With the arrival of the first three project members, August marks the starting point for the new EU-funded research project APOCRYPHA. Postdoctoral fellow Samuel Peter Cook, associate professor Laura Slaughter and executive officer Sigurd Hanserud have now joined professor and principal investigator Hugo Lundhaug. Read more.