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Exegese und Theologie des Neuen Testaments

Prof. Dr. Beate Kowalski Foto von Prof. Dr. Beate Kowalski

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44227 Dortmund
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Beate Kowalski is Chair of Exegesis and Theology of the New Testament at TU Dortmund University (since 2008). Her research interests are Biblical Intertextuality, the Gospel of John, Revelation of John and Biblical Spirituality. As a lecturer / full professor she has taught at the Universities of Bochum (1990-1995), Koblenz (2006-2008), Limerick (2004-2006), Munich (2002-2003), Paderborn (2003-2004), Passau (2004) and Siegen (1996-2000) and was a Junior Fellow of the Catholic University of Louvain (2000-2002). As visiting (Erasmus) professor she has given lectures in Birmingham (2016; 2017), Jerusalem (2005; 2006), Malta (2018), Thrissur (2015) and Warsaw (2009). Kowalski is a member of the AKN, CBM and SNTS.

From 1984-1990, she studied Catholic Theology, History and Education/Philosophy at Ruhr-University Bochum, followed by a theological dissertation on “The Good Shepherd Discourse (John 10:1-18) in the Context of John’s Gospel” (Bochum) in 1995 and a habilitation on “The Reception of the Prophet Ezekiel in the Revelation of John” (Innsbruck) in 2003. She has published internationally on a wide range of topics.

 


Lehr- und Forschungsbereich

  • Lehrstuhl für Exegese und Theologie des Neuen Testaments

 

Erasmus Coordinator

  • Staff and students who are interested in study abroad programmes (including internships) are invited to contact me. For further information click here: (s. Link)

     

Visiting Scholars

  • Prof. Dr. Andrzej Najda, Warsaw/Poland (2009: Erasmus guest), Dr. Tony Neelankavil, Trichur, India (2015: Gambrinus Fellow), Prof. Dr. Susan Docherty (2016: Erasmus guest), Dr. John Anthony Berry, Malta, Birmingham/UK (2017: Erasmus guest), Ass.-Prof. Dr. Mary Julit Mandumpala cmc (2018: Missio scholarship), Peter Balleis SJ, Jesuit Worldwide Learning (2017: DoProfil lecture), Orville de Silva SJ, Jesuit Worldwide Learning (2017: Invited guest lecturer)

       

Online Guest Scholars

  • Dr. Joan Infante, Manila/Philippines (2018: guest lecture on John 1-4 from an Asian Perspective); Ass.-Prof. Dr. Mary Julit Mandumpala, Bangalore/India (John´s Gospel in the Indian Context); Dr. Bincy Mathew, Thalassery/India (2019: guest lecture on John 13 in the Indian Context); Dr. Martin Micallef, Malta (2018: guest lecture on John´s Anti-Semitism and the Situation of Refugees on Malta"); Dr. Garrick Allen, Dublin/Ireland (2019: guest lecture on Intertextuality in the Revelation of John); Dr. Veronika Androsova, Louvain/Moscow (2020: guest lecture on Bibliolog); Ass.-Prof. Dr. Nicoletta Gatti, University of Ghana (2020: guest lecture on Dialogic Hermeneutics)

           

Upcoming Events

  • International Conference:  Let my people go!Reception of Exodus Motives in Jewish and Christian Literature (09.-11.03.2020); funded by the DFG - (click here to download the folder)
  • International Seminar with Rev. Dr. Martin Micallef OFMCap (Malta) and Dr. Joshua Coutts (Vancouver): Seeking in John´s Gospel - (click here to download the folder)
  • Online Guest Lecture: Dr. Veronika Androsova, Louvain/Moscow: online lecture on Bibliolog on Tue, 12. May 2020, 9:00-10:00 a.m.
  • Online Guest Lecture: Ass.-Prof. Dr. Nicoletta Gatti, University of Ghana: online lecture on "Dialogic Hermeneutics" on Mon, 8. June 2020, 9:00-10:00 a.m.

 


 

 

 

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