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Dr. František ŠTĚCH, (Th.D.)

Dr. František ŠTĚCH, (Th.D.) Foto von Dr. František ŠTĚCH, (Th.D.)

EDUCATION

  • 2005-2009 Doctor’s Degree in Theology (Th.D.) Faculty of Theology/ Department of Systematic Theology, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic
  • 1999-2005 Master of Arts (Mgr.) Faculty of Theology/ Department of Systematic Theology, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic

CURRENT POSITION

  • 10/2016-present Researcher Charles University, Catholic Theological Faculty, Centre of Theology, Philosophy and Media Theory, Czech Republic

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

  • 2006-2016 Lecturer/Research assistant Faculty of Theology/ Department of Theological Sciences, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic
  • 09/2012-12/2012 Designated department leader (Systematic Theology) Faculty of Theology/ Department of Theological Sciences, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic

MAJOR TEACHING ACTIVITIES

  • 2006-2016 Lecturer of Fundamental and Systematic Theology, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic
  • 12/2014 Erasmus scholar exchange, University of Malta, Faculty of Theology, Valletta, Malta.
  • 11/2013 Erasmus scholar exchange, Trnava University of Trnava, Faculty of Theology, Bratislava, Slovakia.
  • A full record of occasional guest lectures (or event lectures) for different academic as well as non-academic institutions can be submitted upon request.

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS (last decade)

Books:

  • František ŠTĚCH, Tu se jim otevřely oči: zjevení, víra a církev v teologii kardinála Avery Dullese SJ. [And their Eyes Were Opened: Revelation, Faith and the Church in Theology of the Cardinal Avery Dulles, SJ.], Olomouc: Refugium, 2011.

Major Articles and Book Chapters:

  • František Štěch “Here I am: A Prolegomena to Theology of the Landscape,” Communio Viatorum 59:2 (2017): (accepted for publication)
  • František Štěch “Zjevení a teologický obrat v teologii” [Revelation and the Theological Turn in Theology], Acta Universitas Carolinae Theologica, 7:2 (2017): (accepted for publication).
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Co je teologie? [What is Theology?]”, Studie a texty Evangelické teologické fakulty [Domov jako most: Festschrift k padesátinám Ivany Noble] 27(2016), 9-21.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Komparativní teologie a její rozvoj v díle Francise X. Clooneyho, SJ. mystéria [Comparative theology and its development in works of Francis X. Clooney, S. J.]”, Studia Theologica, 18:3(2016), 59-82.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Who are Youth in Theological Perspective?”, Journal of Youth and Theology, 15:2(2016), 124-145.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Love as the Core of Theology,” in: Hans SNOEK (ed.), In love with the Bible and its ordinary readers: Hans de Wit and the intercultural Bible reading project. Mishawaka: Dulley Press, Institute of Mennonite Studies, 2015, 179-189.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Fundamental Theology, Dynamics of Christian Life and Identity. New Impulses for Fundamental Theology”, ET-Studies 5:1(2014), 77-95.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “(Ne)Čitelnost krajiny a hermeneutika mystéria [(Il)legibility of Landscape and Hermeneutics of the M tery]”, in: Petr JANDEJSEK, Zdenko ŠÍRKA, and Cristian PANAITESCU (eds.), Hermeneutika zkušenosti v křesťanské tradici [Hermeneutics of experience in Christian Tradition], Praha: ETF UK, 2014, 31-54.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Integrální apologetika včera a dnes [Integral Apologetics Yesterday and Today],” in: Kolektiv autorů [Collective of authors], Dialektika mysli a činu [Dialectics of mind and act]. Svitavy: Trinitas, 2014, 59-76.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Fundamentální teologie a křesťanská identita [Fundamental Theology and Christian Identity],” in: František ŠTĚCH and Roman MÍČKA, (eds.) Církev a společnost: Karlovi Skalickému k 80. narozeninám [Church and Society: Karel Skalický 80th anniversary], České Budějovice: Teologická fakulta Jihočeské univerzity v Českých Budějovicích, 2014, 23-38.
  • František ŠTĚCH and Ludmila MUCHOVÁ, “Sustainable youth ministry in Europe – between Human and Divine,” Journal of Youth and Theology, 11:1-2(2012), 59-72.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “John Henry Newman o víře a rozumu [John Henry Newman on Faith and Reason]”, Communio 15:2-3(2011), 111-118.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Fluid Religion in Liquid Age”, Journal of Youth and Theology 9:2(2010), 61-77.
  • František ŠTĚCH and Ludmila MUCHOVÁ, “Czech Republic: teaching religion versus religious plurality – a closed circle?”, in: Hans-Georg ZIEBERTZ and Ulrich RIEGEL (eds.), How Teachers in Europe Teach Religion. An International Empirical Study in 16 Countries, International Practical Theology Vol. 12, Berlin: Lit Verlag, 2009, 45-55.
  • František ŠTĚCH, “Damit das Volk Gottes zum Licht der Völker wird!”, Salzburger Theologische Zeitschrift, 12:2(2008), 244-263.
  • František ŠTĚCH and Ludmila MUCHOVÁ, “Rozpaky nad pluralitou v české náboženské výchově? [Uneasiness over the Plurality in Czech Religious Education], Studia Theologica, 10:2(2008), 72-87.

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Memberships of scientific societies (function)

  • Member of the European Society for Catholic Theology (vice-president of the Czech section)
  • Member of the Czech Society for Catholic Theology (vice-president)
  • Member of the International Association for the Study of Youth Ministry

Organisation of scientific meetings

  • International Association for the Study Youth Ministry European Conference 2014 in Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, (President of the Conference).
  • Philosopher Karel Říha SJ, conference on the occasion of his 90th anniversary (2013), Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, (Member of the Preparatory Committee, organizer).

Administrative responsibilities

  • 2011-2013 Local coordinator of the international project Through the Eyes of Another, intercultural reading of the Bible
  • 2010-2011 Local coordinator of the European intensive program Translating God(s)? Comparative Theology in Europe.

Fellowships and awards

  • 2017 Gambrinus research fellowship Technical University Dortmund, Institute for Catholic Theology, Dortmund, Germany.
  • 2012 and 2014, two post-doctoral research fellowships at the Technical University Dortmund, Institute for Catholic Theology, Dortmund, Germany (financed by University of South Bohemia).
  • 2010 post-doctoral fellow, University of Salzburg, Faculty of Theology, Salzburg, Germany, awarded by the AKTION research grant of the Austrian government.
  • 2010, awarded by the grant of Jan Hus Educational Foundation.
  • 2008, research fellow, Fordham Jesuit University in the Bronx, Faculty of Theology, New York, USA, awarded by the Porticus foundation stipend.
  • 2005 Free University Amsterdam fellow in the program Bridging Gaps, Free University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • 2002-2003 Socrates/Erasmus exchange student Catholic University Nijmegen (today Radboud University Nijmegen), Faculty of Theology, Nijmegen, Netherlands. Major awarded grants
  • 2017-2019, Primus research grant of the Charles University “Christianity after Christendom: Paradoxes of “Theological Turns” in Contemporary Culture”, Principal investigator (PI).
  • 2015, Institutional development grant “Internationalization of teaching at the Faculty of Theology, University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice”, Principal investigator (PI).
  • 2012, Higher Education Institutions Development Fund grant “Problems of Religious Pluralism and Theology of Religions Courses Innovation” (FRVŠ 23/2012), Principal investigator (PI).
  • 2010, Higher Education Institutions Development Fund grant “Teaching of Fundamental Theology Innovation” (FRVŠ 1078/2010), Principal investigator (PI).
  • 2008-2010, Czech Academy of Sciences grant “Theology of Religions in the Works of Vladimír Boublík”. Team member/researcher.

Others

  • 2017- on Member of the Doctoral Program Committee at the Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
  • 2007-2016, senator of the Academic Senate of the University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice (2014-201 6 chair of the legislative commission).
  • 2013-2016, member of the Committee for Humanities of the University of South Bohemia Grant Agency (2014-2015, chair of the committee).
  • 2012-2016, member of the Editorial Board of the Faculty of Theology, University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice.
  • 2011-2016, deputy of the University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice in the Council of Higher Education Institutions of the Czech Republic (one of the official advisory bodies for the Czech government).