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Team f.l.t.r.: Wiedl, Uhryn,Németh, Moga, Heith-Stade

 

 The Department of Theology and History of the Eastern Churches deals in research and teaching with:

  • Orthodox Churches
  • Eastern Catholic Churches
  • Oriental Orthodox Churches
  • Patrology



It inscribes itself in a continuous research tradition at the University of Vienna (Eastern Church Law at the Faculty of Law since 1867, Eastern Church Studies and Patristics at the Faculty of Catholic Theology since 1975).

Against the background of the strong presence of Eastern Churches in Austria (Orthodoxy in second place among churches and religious communities) and the importance of the location for ecumenism, the department forms an important European interface of teaching and research in the field of Eastern Church Studies.

With regard to European transformation and identity processes, the historical dimension of the subject is of particular importance.


News from Eastern Church Studies and Orthodox Religious Education

25.10.2023
 

Prof. Németh wird virtuell am 4.11.2023 um 11.15 an einer Tagung der...

18.10.2023
 

Auch gab es erstmalig einen Semesteranfangsgottesdienst für orthodoxe...

17.10.2023
 

Festvortrag: Deus ex machina of the war in Ukraine! steht zum download...

17.10.2023
 

Ein Bericht zur Buchpräsentation "KYIVAN CHRISTIANITY" zum Download!

02.10.2023
 

Zum Semesterbeginn findet für alle orthodoxen Studierenden an der...

22.09.2023
 

The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Pope Francis, and Russia’s War...

20.09.2023
 

Archimandrite Cyril Hovorun: Deus ex machina of the war in Ukraine

 

13.09.2023
 

Zur Exkursion Ostkirchen in Wien im SS 2023 gibts nun eine Fotogalerie

08.09.2023
 

Webinar auf "Uni Wien live" youtube channel (auf Englisch) verfügbar

 

New Publications

Thomas Németh is an author in the anthology "The 'Lviv Sobor' of 1946 and Its Aftermath. Towards Truth and Reconciliation", which has just been published in the series Eastern Christian Studies, vol. 34 (edited by Adam A.J. DeVille and Daniel Galadza) by Brill, Leiden/Boston, with the essay "Canoncial Considerations on the Legitimacy of the 'Lviv Sobor' of 1946" (co-author: Teodor Martynyuk).

Ioan Moga, Orthodoxe Selbst- und Fremdbilder. Identitätsdiskurse der rumänischen orthodoxen Theologie des 20. Jh. im Verhältnis zur Römisch-Katholischen Kirche (Orthodox Images of Self and Other. Discourses of Identity in 20th Century Romanian Orthodox Theology in Relation to the Roman Catholic Church). Religion and Transformation in Contemporary European Society. - Volume 18

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David Heith-Stade

Byzantine prayer book in Swedish with prayers from the Greek and Slavic traditions. Translation and selection by Dr. David Heith-Stade.

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