Professor of Jewish Philosophy of Religion at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main
Resident at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften:2017–2020 (Goethe Fellow)
Research topic at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften:»Mutual Perceptions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam: Cultural Interactions, Religious-Political Conflicts and Rapprochement in Dialogue«
Scholarly profile of Christian Wiese Christian Wiese received his doctoral degree in theology from Frankfurt University in 1997 and completed his habilitation in the field of religious studies and Jewish studies at Erfurt University in 2006. He has been the Martin-Buber-Professor for Jewish religious philosophy at Goethe University Frankfurt since 2010. His research interests include the Jewish religious philosophy of the early modern period, German-Jewish and European-Jewish intellectual and cultural history as well as Jewish-Christian relations. He has been head of the LOEWE Research Initiative funded by the state of Hessen entitled »Religious Positioning: Modalities and Constellations in Jewish, Islamic and Christian Contexts« since 2017. The fellows program of this research initiative is located at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften.
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Wissenschaft des Judentums und Protestantische Theologie im Wilhelminischen Deutschland. Ein »Schrei ins Leere«?, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 1999.
- The Life and Thought of Hans Jonas: Jewish Dimensions, Hanover, N.H. und London: Brandeis University Press 2007.
- Hoffnungen und Unheilsspuren. Jüdische Erfahrungen mit Martin Luther, Berlin 2017 (in Vorbereitung).