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Bernard Pouderon

Professor of Greek at the University François-Rabelais of Tours (France); a senior member of the Institut Universitaire of France (honorary), head of the programme “Christophe Plantin” at the Centre d’études supérieures de la Renaissance (CESR).

Valentina Marchetto

Researcher at the Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna (Italy), where she got her PhD in History of Christianity in 2019 with a thesis on Patristic exegesis of John 17:21. Earlier, she worked on Origen and his commentary on the book of Lamentations. Her main research interests are the reception of the Gospel of John in Early Christian authors, the role played by the Scripture in theological controversies and the relation between liturgical practices and the Scriptures.

Isabelle Bochet

Professor of philosophy at the Centre Sèvres (Facultés Jésuites de Paris, France); she is a vice-president of the Institut d’Études Augustiniennes (Paris) and an honorary member of the Laboratoire d’Études sur les Monothéismes (CNRS, Paris).

Miriam DeCock

Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow at Aarhus Universitet where she is working on a study of Origen’s recently-discovered Homilies on the Psalms. She is interested in issues related to early Christian exegesis of Scripture and identity formation.

Alfons Fürst

Professor of History and Theology of Early Christianity and founder and director of the Origen Research Center at WWU Münster. Main fields of research: Origen of Alexandria and his legacy; history of monotheism in Antiquity; ancient and early Christian epistolography.

Anna Usacheva

PhD in Classical Philology (2011, Moscow State University), lecturer in Ancient Languages and Patristics (2012–2015, St. Tikhon Orthodox University, Moscow), Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow at Aarhus University (2015–2017), currently she is a Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies Core Fellow with a project devoted to the study of De natura hominis by Nemesius of Emesa.

Anders Christian Jacobsen

PhD in Theology, Professor in Systematic Theology, Arts, Aarhus Universitet; he is a leader of the EU-funded Marie Curie ITN-network: The History of Human Freedom and Dignity in Western civilization. He is the author of Christ — the Teacher of Salvation: A Study on Origen’s Christology and Soteriology (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2015).

Samuel Fernández

(Santiago de Chile, 1963), PhD in Theology and Patristic Studies, “Augustinianum”, Rome (1997); Professor at the Faculty of Theology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Areas of Specialization: Origen of Alexandria; Arian and Monarchian crisis; History of biblical interpretation.

Sergey Vorontsov

PhD (2015), Research Fellow of Ecclesiastical Institutions Research Laboratory, St. Tikhon’s Orthodox University (Moscow). Main research interests: Isidore of Seville and intellectual culture of Visigothic Spain, reception and transformation of late antique patterns of Christian religious leadership in Early Modern Europe.

Ivan Miroshnikov

Ph.D. (2016), is Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Helsinki and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre of Egyptological Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is the author of The Gospel of Thomas and Plato: A Study of the Impact of Platonism on the “Fifth Gospel” (Brill, 2018) and is currently working to publish various unedited manuscripts in Coptic.

Alexey Somov

PhD (2014), Translation Consultant at the Institute for Bible Translation, Moscow; Associated Professor at Saint Philaret’s Orthodox Christian Institute, Moscow; Research Fellow at the DFG-Kollegforschungsgruppe “Beyond Canon_” (“Jenseits des Kanons”, FOR 2770), University of Regensburg (Faculty of Catholic Theology), Germany. He is the author of The Representations of the Afterlife in Luke-Acts (Bloomsbury/T &T Clark, 2017).

Luisa Fizzarotti

PhD in Classical Philology (2019, Bologna University). She also studied at The Vatican School of Paleography, Diplomatics and Archives, where she obtained a Diploma in Greek Paleography and Codicology. Her main interests are Manuscripts Studies, History of Classical Scholarship, Ancient History and Greek Political Thought. She is currently working at SISMEL (International Society for the Study of Medieval Latin Culture) with a Zeno Karl Schindler Fondation Fellowship in Digital Humanities.

Christian Discourse in Late Antiquity

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