Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn Fellowship

Graduate Student Fellowship at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

In the context of the on-going exchange programme between the Hebrew University of Jerusalem through its Center for the Study of Christianity, and the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome through its Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies, we are pleased to announce a fellowship for visiting graduate students at the Hebrew University for the academic year 2021-2022. The fellowship is made available through the generous support of Hubert and Aldegonde Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn.

The student is expected to follow a course of study at the Hebrew University, during either the autumn semester (10 October 2021 – 14 January 2022) or the spring semester (6 March 2022 – 24 June 2022).

For more information see the call for the 2021-2022 Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn Fellowship at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Visiting Professors 1999-2019

In the context of the same exchange programme, every year, there are Visiting Professors who give lectures at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

2018-2019 Jennifer Wright Knust
Duke University
Desire's Social Good: The Fathers on Marriage Revisited
2017-2018 Herwi Rikhof
Tilburg University
The Mystery of God: Thomas Aquinas' Views on Speaking about God
  in dialogue with
  Yossef Schwartz
Tel Aviv University
The Variety of Negative Experience: An Interreligious Perspective
2016-2017 Louis Caruana, S.J.
Pontifical Gregorian University
Science, Religion and Common Sense
2015-2016 Bruno Forte
Archbishop of Chieti-Vasto
Religious Leadership in Secular Society: The Pattern of Moses
2014-2015 Alexander Evers
Loyola University, Chicago; John Felice Rome Center, Rome (I)
Game of Thrones - East and West,Constantinople and Rome, Emperor and Bishop: Imperial Policy and the Authority of the See of Rome
2013-2014 Marco Bais
Pontifical Oriental Institute
Cosmopolitan Aspects of Holy Land Monasticism: Caucasian Albanians and Jerusalem
2012-2013 Robert J. Dodaro, OSA
Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum
Augustin on the Formation of the Statesman's Ethical Conscience
2011-2012 Frederick E. Brenk S.J.
Pontifical Biblical Institute
Pagan Monotheism and Early Christianity
2010-2011 Michael Hilbert S.J.
Pontifical Gregorian University
All About Marriage in Roman Catholic Law
2009-2010 Justin Taylor, SM
Ecole Biblique et Archèologique Française
Myth, Fantasy and Gospel
2008-2009 Thomas G. Casey, S.J.
Pontifical Gregorian University
Kierkegaard and Levinas on More Perfect Human Love
2007-2008 Carlo Maria Cardinal Martini, S.J.
Archbishop Emeritus of Milan
Colloquium in honour of the 80th birthday of Carlo Maria Cardinal Martini: Intercession: Religious and Cultural Perspectives.
What is the Meaning of "Intercession"?
2006-2007 Craig E. Morrison, O. Carm
Pontifical Biblical Institute
The Hebrew Bible without the Jews in the Writing of Ephrem the Syrian
2005-2006 Joseph Sievers
Pontifical Gregorian University / Pontifical Biblical Institute
How Irrevocable? Interpreting Romans 11:29 from the Church Fathers to the 2nd Vatican Council
2004-2005 Donna Orsuto
Pontifical Gregorian University
Broken-Heartedness: A Key Theme in Christian Spirituality
2003-2004 Philipp G. Renczes, S.J.
Pontifical Gregorian University
A Theology of Judaism in 7th Century Byzantium: Maximus the Confessor
2002-2003 Lorenzo Perrone
Pisa University
Prayer and the Construction of Christian Identity in Late Antiquity
2000-2001 Arij Roest Crollius, S.J.
Pontifical Gregorian University
How do Christians Deal with Pluralism: Some Jesuit Responses
1999-2000 Johannes Beutler, S.J.
Pontifical Gregorian University
The Meaning of the “Jews” for the Readers of John