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Eichmeier, Fabian

Fabian Eichmeier (geb. 2000) studierte Rechtswissenschaften, Volkswirtschaftslehre und kanonisches Recht in Bayreuth, München und Dublin. 2021 legte er in Bayreuth das erste juristische Staatsexamen ab, 2024 erwarb er in München den Grad des Master of Science in Volkswirtschaftslehre sowie am Klaus-Mörsdorf-Studium für Kanonistik den Grad eines Lizenziaten des kanonischen Rechts.

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Li, Jianfeng

Jianfeng Li is currently a guest lecturer of the National Seminary of the Catholic Church in China. She obtained her Ph. D degree in biblical studies at the Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven). Her research interests include: Genesis; the Pentateuch; redaction criticism, textual criticism, and narrative criticism in the Hebrew Bible; and the biblical law.

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Greshake (ed.), Gisbert

Prof. em. Dr. Gisbert Greshake war langjähriger Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Dogmatik und ökumenische Theologie an der Universität Freiburg.

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Krammer (ed.), Kurt Gakuro

Kurt Gakuro Krammer is a PhD student of Religious Studies at the University of Salzburg. He is a Buddhist practitioner, teacher, minister and theologian. He has been engaged in Interreligious Dialogue for over 30 years. He has been a member on the board of ENBCS since 2009. Currently he heads the ‘Institute for the Study of Buddhism and Dialogue of Religions’ in Salzburg, Austria, offering lectures and meditation classes. He has been a member of European Buddhist Union since 1993, served as its vice-president for a term and is currently an active member of the network ‘Buddhist Teachers in Europe’. Among his recent publications are ‘May Dialogue Change Our Understanding of the Human Being?’ (in: Elizabeth J. Harris & Perry Schmidt-Leukel (eds.), A Visionary Approach: Lynn A. de Silva and the Prospects for Buddhist-Christian Encounter, EOS 2021: 299-313) and Die Verkirchlichung des Buddhismus in Österreich: Die Transformation einer Spirituellen Bewegung zu einer Körperschaft öffentlichen Rechts und ihre Prägenden Akteure. Masterarbeit, Paris-Lodron Universität Salzburg 2021). He has edited, with Martin Rötting, and contributed to Buddhismus in Europa: Facetten Zwischen Mode, Minderheit und Mindfulness in Interreligiösen Bezügen (Lit 2022).

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Grinberg, Zalman

Born 1912 in Kovno (Lithuania), studied medicine in Basel (Switzerland) and became doctor and radiologist at Kovno University Hospital. After the occupation of Lithuania by German troops (1941), he was transferred to the Kovno ghetto, and in July 1944 deported to the concentration camp of Dachau. After the liberation, he set up a Jewish Hospital for Displaced Persons in the monastery of St. Ottilien. In January 1946 he became first president of the “Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the US Zone”. In July 1946, he emigrated to Palestine, where he took over the management of the Beilison Hospital in Tel Aviv. He moved to the USA in 1955 and worked as a psychiatrist. He died in New York in 1993.

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Perillo, Davide

Journalist und Autor, war nach seinem Studium der Philosophie bei verschiedenen italienischen Zeitungen, darunter dem Corriere della Sera, ­tätig und von 2007 bis 2021 Chefredakteur von Tracce, der Zeitschrift der Bewegung Comunione e Liberazione.

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Wiecki, Evita

Dr. phil. Evita Wiecki (1968-2022) war an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München als Lektorin für jiddische Sprache und Kultur tätig und leitete ein Forschungsprojekt zur DP-Geschichte von St. Ottilien.

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Étaix, Alexandre

Alexandre Étaix est docteur en théologie de l’Athénée Pontifical Saint Anselme (Rome). Il publie ici sa thèse soutenue en octobre 2022. Il est, en outre, l’auteur de plusieurs articles et conférences sur les textes et la pensée de saint Jean Chrysostome.

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