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Scholar in Residence - Prof. Dr. Anne Käfer

last modified Mar 06, 2019 02:32 PM
Michaelmas 2018

Professor Anne Käfer is based at the University of Münster. She is a professor for Systematic Theology. Her research focuses on the theology of Friedrich Schleiermacher and the reception of Schleiermacher’s theology in the last two hundred years.

Professor Käfer has been collaborating closely with members of the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism since Michaelmas term 2018. Together with Professor Hedley and Dr Mihai, she ran seminars to the theology and philosophy of thinkers like Schelling and Kant who were well-known by Schleiermacher.

 

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Photograph © Bruno Biermann

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