University of Oxford | Faculty of Theology & Religion | Trinity College | Centre for Theology & Modern European Thought
Johannes Zachhuber MA, DPhil
Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology
Fellow and Tutor in Theology at Trinity College
Graduate Teaching and Supervision
I regularly teach for the MSt and the MPhil in Modern Theology and am happy to consider applicants for these courses.
Apart from individually supervised shorter essays and a dissertation, these courses involve two seminar series: ‘Methods and Styles in Modern Theology’ in Michaelmas Term and ‘Doctrine and Doctrines’ in Hilary Term.
For details about syllabi and exams see the Faculty website.
I consider applications for DPhil students in all my research areas.
I currently supervise 10 DPhil students.
I offer a termly graduate conference (Graduate Day) at which graduate students can present and discuss their current work in progress.
Research topics of current and recent supervisees
- The centrality of the supernatural thesis to the early theology of Henri de Lubac
- A Rahnerian study of the hypostatic union: In search of a dynamic Christology
- Freedom in the theologies of Wolfhart Pannenberg and Gustavo Guttiérez
- ‘The Spirit and the Letter’ in Friedrich Schleiermacher
- Theological critique of metaphysics in Gerhard Ebeling
- Anglican ecclesiology in dialogue with Jacques Derrida
- Textbooks for ‘Renewing Protestantism’: Friedrich Schleiermacher, Karl Hagenbach and the project of theological encyclopaedia in nineteenth-century Germany
- ‘Unconscious Christianity’: A neglected element in Dietrich Bonhoeffer‘s late theology
- Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s encounter with Roman Catholicism
- Trinity and time in Robert Jenson
- Prophecy and apocalypticism in contemporary premillenarian dispensationalism
- Theological motifs in Jack Kerouac’s On the Road
- The religious dimension of 19th century French decadence literature
- Heidegger’s secular eschatology in his early work (1909-1929): The work by Judith Wolfe (now a lecturer at the University of St Andrews) has been published as Heidegger’s Eschatology: Theological Horizons in Martin Heidegger’s Early Work
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