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  1. Gaardsøe, Roar Rimmen

    Classical philosophy (particularly Plato and Aristotle) (Hellenistic Philosophy), History of criticism (Aesthetics of Reception, Genre Theory), Literary epochs (Didactic Epic, Hellenistic Literature), Poetics, poetry and philosophy (Literary Catalogues in Antiquity), Theories of knowledge (Classical Learning, Orality and Literacy)

    • Petersen, Anders Klostergaard

      Canon (Processes of canonisation), Christianity (Early Christian Apologetics, Early Christian asceticism, Early Christianity in the pre-Constantine Period, Early patristics, The martyr literature, The Partings of the Way debate), Evolution, Feminist philosophy (Studies on the conception of gender and sexuality in antiquity), God (Contemporary concepts of God), Historical method and research techniques, History of mentalities (Intellectual history with regard to the study of the ancient world, Theorising on the possibilities for conducting intellectual history), History of research on religion (Myth and Ritual School, Roy A. Rappaport, The History of Religions School), Jesus (The Historical Jesus), Judaism (Apologetics in Early Judaism, Diaspora Judaism, Judaism of the Late Second Temple Period, Qumran - Dead Sea Scrolls), Multireligiosity (Epistemological conditions for modern Christianity), Myths and rituals (Ritual theory), New Testament (The Origin of the New Testament), Paul (The new perspective on Paul), Phenomenology of religion (Charism/charismatic(s) movements, Typological definitions of sacred texts), Research methods (Ancient rhetorics and epistolography, Cultural and social anthropology, History of research, Ritual theory, Semiotics of religion), Rituals (Cognitive approaches (Boyer, McCauley/Lawson, etc., Cultural, symbolic approaches (Geertz, Rappaport), Ritual studies), The Bible

      • Schleicher, Marianne

        Canon (Functions of scripture, Processes of canonisation), Feminine philosophy, Gender, Hebrew, Judaism (Early Judaism, Hasidism, Jewish mysticism, Kabbalah, Midrash as interpretative activity, Modern Judaism, Rabbinical Judaism), Mysticism and spirituality (Psychological approaches to mysticism), Yiddish