Gitte Buch-Hansen

Gitte Buch-Hansen

Lektor

1. EXAMS, DEGREES AND AWARDS

1.1  Academic degrees and rewards

  • 2010. Certificate in academic teaching. Faculty of Educational Sciences at the University of Oslo.
  • 2007. Rewarded with the PhD-degree. The Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen. Project: It Is the Spirit That Makes Alive. A Stoic Understanding of Pneuma in John’s Gospel.
  • 2003. Cand. theol. The Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen 2003
  • 2000. Master thesis (Prize essay): En kritisk stillingtagen til forskningen i Romerbrevets kap. 9-11 siden Kümmels Forschungsbericht fra 1977 awarded with the University of Copenhagen’s Gold Medal.

1.2   Other exams

  • 2007. Ordination as minister (Helsingør Diocese).
  • 2007. Pastoral Seminary (København, 2007).                               
  • 1991. Marine engineer (Københavns Maskinmesterskole).
  • 1984. Certificate of completed apprenticeship, toolmaker and blacksmidt (National Railway, Central Workshop, Århus).

 

 

2. EMPLOYMENT

2.1  Academic employment 2003-16

  • 01-01.2017-   Associate Professor.  Biblical Exegesis Section, Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen.
  • 01.01.2012-31.12.2016.  Professor MSO. Biblical Exegesis Section, Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen.
  • 01.01.2013-   Chair. Centre for the Study of the Reception of the Bible in Art and Culture. Biblical Exegesis Section. Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen.
  • 01.11.2008-31.12.2011.  Postdoc. scholar. Centre for Naturalism and Christian Semantics (Centre of Excellence), Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen. (Leave: 01.08.2009-30.06.2010).
  • 01.08.2009-30.06.2011. Associate Professor, New Testament Exegesis. Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo, Norway.
  • Spring 2008.  Lecturer. Biblical Exegesis Section, Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen.
  • 01.08.2003-31.12.2006.  PhD. Student at the research project Philosophy at the Roots of Christianity. Biblical Exegesis Section. Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen (defence autumn 2007). 

2.2  Employment outside Academia

  • 2007.  Minister; Helsingør Diocese.
  • 1991-95.  Marine engineer; Maersk-Line, A. P. Møller.
  • 1986-93.  Toolmaker; glas artist Peter Svarrer (Holmegård).
  • 1986-89.  Toolmaker and marine engineer; various industial firms and shipyards.

 

 

3. RESEARCH

3.1  Externally Financed Research

  • 2013-2017.  Reclaiming Democracy: Ritual as Cultural Resource (based at the Faculty of Theology, University of Oslo. Financed by the Norwegian Research Council). Personal project: ‘Consumed identities. The Eucharist and the Negotiation of National Identity in the Danish Majority Church’.(Enclosure CV).
  • 2008-2011. Centre for Naturalism and Christian Semantics (Centre of Excellence based at the Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen, financed by University of Copenhagen).  Personal project: ‘Negotiating the Divine/Human borderline. The Early Reception of the Fourth Gospel’.
  • 2003-2007.  Philosophy at the Roots of Christianity (based at the Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen, financed by the Danish Research Council). Personal project: ‘A Stoic Understanding of Pneuma in John’s Gospel’.

3.2  Participation in International Research Groups

  • 2015-20.  Chair of the research group: Europe Contested: Contemporary Bible Readings performed by ‘ordinary’ readers in a European context. European Association of Biblical Studies.  
  • 2016-18. Planning Committee. Nordic New Testament Conference. Reykjavik, Iceland 2018.

 

4. SERVICE TO ACADEMIA

  • 2016. Assessment committee. Open position at the School of Culture and Society. Aarhus University.
  • 2015Sep-2016Sep   Assessment Committee. Universitetskanslerämbetet (Swedish Higher Education Authority), the Department of Quality Assurance.
  • 2015. Assessment committee (Chair) PhD-defence at Centre for Neoplatonic Virtue Ethics. Institute for Media, Cognition and Communication. University of Copenhagen.

 

Uddannelse

ph.d. & cand.theol.

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