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Prof. Dr. Cornelia Richter

Academic Chair for Systematic Theology and Hermeneutics

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Office: Nr. 1.106 (between the 2nd and 3rd floors to the right)
Address: Evangelisch-Theologische Fakultät der
Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Am Hof 1, 53113 Bonn 
 
 
Main Office in Cologne:
Phone: 0221/ 470-2511
Address: Wilhelm-Backhaus-Str. 1a
50931 Köln

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Research Interests:

Resilience in Religion and Spirituality
Liberal Piety
Pedagogy of Dogma in religious education
Bible Hermeneutics

Selected Publications:

 
  • Art. Kosmos, in: Ludger Kühnhardt/Tilman Mayer(Hrsg.): The Bonn Handbook of Globality, Springer International, 2018, 1401-1407.

  • Feeling and Sense, Ethics and Culture. Perspectives on Religion and Culture in Schleiermacher and Cassirer, in: Niels J. Cappelørn et al. (Hrsg.): Schleiermacher und Kierkegaard. Subjektivität und Wahrheit/Subjectivity and Truth (Kg.-St. 11/Schl.-A. 21), de Gruyter: Berlin/New York, 2006, 159-177.

  • The Productive Power of Reason: Voices on Rationality and Religion – A Sketch of the Development of the Enlightenment and its Aftermath, in: Lieven Boeve et al. (Hrsg.): Faith in the Enlightenment? The Critique of the Enlightenment Revisited, Rodopi: Amsterdam/New York, 2006, 23-38.

  • The Body of Susanne K. Langer’s Mind, in: John Michael Krois et al. (Hrsg.): Embodiment in Cognition and Culture (AiCR vol. 71), John Benjamins Publishing Company: Amsterdam/Philadelphia, 2007, 107-125.

  • Friedrich Schleiermacher: Symbol theory, hermeneutics and forms of religious communication, in: Schleiermacher, the Study of Religion, and the Future of Theology. A Transatlantic Dialogue, hrsg. v. Brent Sockness/Wilhelm Gräb (TBT 148), de Gruyter: Berlin, 2010, 375-389.

  • Melanchthon on Affectivity – Performative Passion, in: Ingolf U. Dalferth/Michael Rodgers (Hrsg.): Passion and Passivity (RPT 61), Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen, 2011, 31-48.

  • Biobanking. Trust as Basis for Responsibility, in: Peter Dabrock/Jochen Taupitz/Jens Ried (Hrsg.): Trust in Biobanking. Dealing with Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in an Emerging Field of Biotechnology, Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg, 2012, 43-66.

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