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Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dietmar W. Winkler Patristik und Kirchengeschichte
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dietmar.winkler@sbg.ac.at

Geboren 1963 in Wolfsberg/Kärnten. Verheiratet, zwei Kinder.
Studium der Fachtheologie, Deutschen Philologie, Alten Geschichte und Religionspädagogik. Mag.phil. (Graz 1989), Certificate in Ecumenical Studies (Genf 1990), Mag.theol. (Graz 1991), Dr.theol. (Innsbruck 1995), Diploma in Syriac Language (Kottayam/Indien 1998), Habilitation für Patrologie, Dogmengeschichte und Ökumenische Theologie (Graz 2000).

1991-2000 wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (FWF), Institut für Liturgiewissenschaft, Christliche Kunst und Hymnologie (Universität Graz), APART-Stipendium der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften; 1998 Visiting-Scholar, Mahatma Ghandi University (Kerala/Indien); 2001 Fulbright-Scholar, St. John’s University (Minnesota, USA); 2002/03 Professor für Patrologie, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Heiligenkreuz, Lehrtätigkeit an den Universitäten Graz und Salzburg; 2003-2005 Visiting Professor und Associate Director der Division of Religious and Theological Studies, Boston University (Massachusetts, USA); 2012 Visiting Scholar am Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard University (Cambridge, MA); seit 2005 Professor für Patristik und Kirchengeschichte in Salzburg.

Arbeitsschwerpunkte: Orientalische Patristik und Historische Theologie, Geschichte und Gegenwart der Ostkirchen (Naher Osten, Europa, Nordamerika), Katholische Kirche seit dem II. Vatikanischen Konzil mit Fokus auf Dialog und Ökumene.

Editorial Board: "The Harp - A Review of Syriac and Oriental Ecumenical Studies" (SEERI); "Texts and Studies in Eastern Christianity" (Brill); "Inter - Romanian Review for Theological and Religious Studies".
Herausgeber der Reihen: "orientalia - patristica - oecumenica" (LIT); "Pro Oriente Studies in Syriac Tradition" (Gorgias Press).

U.a. Konsultor im Päpstlichen Rat für die Einheit der Christen und Mitarbeiter an Arbeitsprojekten der Päpstlichen Kongregation für die Orientalischen Kirchen, Vorstandsmitglied der Stiftung Pro Oriente (Wien), Wissenschaftlicher Leiter der "Pro Oriente Studies in the Syriac Tradition", Leiter des ZECO – Zentrum zur Erforschung des Christlichen Ostens (Salzburg).

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