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Curriculum Vitae: Willemien Otten

Education:


-1980: B.A. University of Amsterdam (summa cum laude)

area: Theology: O.T & N.T. Exegesis, Systematic Theology, History of Christianity, History of Reli­gions, Philosophy of Religions, Philosophical Ethics


-1983: M.A. University of Amsterdam (summa cum laude)

area: Theology: New Testament studies, Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (Proclus), History and Theology of the Middle Ages

Adviser: Prof. M.B. Pranger
-1983-1984: Special Student at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto

areas: Medieval History (Prof. B. Stock), Medieval Philosophy: Augustine (Prof. J.M. Rist), Medieval Rhetoric (Prof. Fr. Nims), Medieval Theology: John

Scottus Eriugena (Prof. Ed. Jeauneau)
-June 1989: Ph.D. University of Amsterdam (summa cum laude)

area: Theology/Religion (History of Christianity)

Title: The Anthropology of John Scottus Eriugena

Advisers: Prof. M.B.Pranger, Prof. L.M. de Rijk (Leiden Univ.)

External Examiner: Prof. B.McGinn (University of Chicago)

Positions held:


July 2007-present: Professor of the Theology and History of Christianity

The University of Chicago Divinity School and The College;

Associate Member, The Department of History, The Division of the

Social Sciences (since October 2014)

Febr. 2003-May 2007: Dean, Theology Department

Utrecht University

July 1997-July 2007: Professor of the History of Christianity and of Christian Doctrine

Theology Department, Utrecht University

March 1997-June 1997: Associate Professor of History of Christian Life and Thought,

Theology Dept., Boston College

Sept. 1994-March 1997: Assistant Professor of History of Christian Life and Thought,

Theology Department, Boston College

August 1990-May 1994: Assistant Professor of Medieval Theology

Loyola University of Chicago

March 1990-July 1990: Adjunct lecturer in Patristics (part-time)

Catholic School of Theology, Utrecht

May 1986-May 1990: Junior Position in History of Christianity,

Theology Dept., University of Amsterdam

Sept. 1980-Sept. 1983: Teaching Assistant New Testament

Theology Dept., University of Amsterdam

Research, honorary, and board positions, honors awarded, grants received:
January-December 2016: Awarded a Henry Luce III Fellowship in Theology for the project Natura Educans: The Psychology of Pantheism from Eriugena to Emerson

November 2014 - : Member of the steering committee of the Augustine and Augustinianisms group, American Academy of Religion (AAR)

January 2013-15 : Member of the Council of the American Society for Church

History (ASCH)

Sept. 2012 – May 2017: Member (and vice-chair for round of 2013) of the NWO selection committee for the Dutch Gravitation grants (for collaborative, long-term institutional research projects; total annual budget: € 150 million for approx. 6 projects)

http://www.nwo.nl/en/funding/our-funding-instruments/nwo/gravitation/gravitation.html

November 2011 - : President, International Society for the Promotion of

Eriugenian Studies (SPES)

Sept. 2009 - July 2010: Co-director Marty Center seminar, University of Chicago Divinity

School

April 2009 – Dec. 2016: Government appointed member of the Dutch Committee



Sustainable Humanities, chaired by prof.dr. F.P. van Oostrom

http://www.regiegeesteswetenschappen.nl

November 2008 – present: Member of the steering committee of the Platonism and



Neoplatonism-group, American Academy of Religion (AAR)

Oct. 2007 - Oct. 2009: Honorary Professor of the History of Christianity, Faculty of the

Humanities, Utrecht University

Aug. 2007 - Aug. 2010: Member of the Academic Jury awarding the Dutch annual Spinoza

Prize (4 annual individual awards of € 2.5 million each)

April 2007: Research proposal accepted for NIAS theme group for 2008-09:

The (Post)Modern Augustine. Aspects of His Reception from 1600

to 2000.

Team leaders: Pollmann and Otten (I subsequently declined

because of my move to the University of Chicago and recruited a

replacement in the group) (NIAS = Netherlands Institute for

Advanced Study)


March 26, 2007: Convocation speaker at Utrecht University.

Title of address: Exercitatio mentis: Religion as Mental Exercise.

(first female convocation speaker since the University’s founding

in 1636)


May 2006 - May 2009: Awarded funded collaborative research project (NWO) = Dutch

Scientific Organization) with prof. M.B. Pranger (main applicant;

University of Amsterdam) and Prof. S. Nichols (Johns Hopkins,

Romance Languages). General Project Title: The Pastness of the



Religious Past. Awarded 2 postdocs and 1 Ph.D.student

(€500.000). This project was completed and positively evaluated

by NWO in the Spring 2011.

April 2006 - May 2007: Member of the NWO selection committee for programmatic

research in the Humanities

April 2005 - May 2007: Chair of the Board of Deans in Theology (DGO), Association

of Dutch Universities (VSNU)

May 2005 - May 2007: University Representative on the Supervisory Board of

Roosevelt Academy, Middelburg, the Netherlands

Feb. 2003 - May 2007: Member of the Board of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and



Choir. Conductor: Ton Koopman

Jan. 2002 - May 2007: President of the Dutch Society for the Study of Early Christianity

Jan. 2001- Dec. 2005: International secretary of SPES (Society for the Promotion of

Eriugenian Studies)

March 26, 2000: Awarded honorary doctorate in Theology to Ton Koopman,

Artistic Leader and conductor of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Utrecht University (dies natalis)

April 2000 - 2001: Member of the NWO VICI-selection committee

April 1998 - 2000: Member of the NWO selection committee for programmatic

research in Theology and Philosophy; committee chair in 1999 –

2000


January 1999 - present: Member of the Dutch Research School in Medieval Studies.

January 1998 - present: Member of the Dutch Research School in Theology (NOSTER)

January - June 1994: Research Fellow at the Institute for the Advanced Study of

Religion, Divinity School, University of Chicago

Jan. 1993- Jan. 2008: Convener of the AAR’s Platonism and Neoplatonism-group

June 1992 - June 1994: Convener of the Midwest Patristics Seminar

June 1989 - present: Member of the AAR

June 1989 – present: Member of the Medieval Academy of America (MAA)

June 1991 – present: Member of the North American Patristics Society (NAPS)

Editorial positions:

September 2014 -: Member of the Editorial Board of the new series Knowledge

Communities (1100-1700), Amsterdam University Press

March 2011– present: Member of the Editorial Board of Medieval Mystical Theology:The



Journal of the Eckhart Society

Jan. 2008 – Feb. 2011: Editor, Journal of Religion, University of Chicago

Jan. 2009 – Nov. 2009: Columnist for the Dutch Financial Times on “Chicago under

Obama” (series of three-weekly columns)

Sept. 2004 – present: Member of the Editorial Board, Brill’s Studies in Intellectual

History

June 2003 – Aug. 2013: Principal Collaborator and General Editor of the Project: After



Augustine. A Survey of His Reception 430-2000,

see http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/classics/after-augustine/index.shtml

This project is completed and has resulted in a publication with

Oxford University Press (2013).

Sept. 2000 – May 2007: Member of the Editorial Board of Utrecht Studies, a series of

Dutch theological monographs

Sept. 1998 – present: Member of the Editorial Board of the Dutch theological journal

Kerk en Theologie/Church and Theology

Sept. 1989 – June 1990: Member of the Editorial Board of Millennium, Dutch Journal for

Medieval Studies.

Willemien Otten has served as outside thesis-examiner and/or conducted evaluations for research projects, awards, tenure, accreditation, and promotion in history, theology, philosophy, religious studies, Romance languages, and medieval studies at the University of Chicago, St. Andrews University, Protestant Theological University (Netherlands), Catholic School of Theology (Netherlands), University of Tilburg, Harvard University, Duquesne University, Boston College, University of Saskatchewan, Catholic University of America (Washington), Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), Flemish Organisation for Scientific Research (FWO), Johns Hopkins University, and the University of New Mexico (Albuquerque).

She has reviewed articles and manuscripts for the following journals and presses: Journal of Religion, Speculum, the International Journal of Philosophy and Theology, Florilegium, Viator, the Anglican Review, Archa Verbi, Vigiliae Christianae, Eras Journal, Fordham University Press, Columbia University Press, Brill, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press.

Until 2008, when she left the Netherlands, she was a frequent commentator in Dutch media (television, radio, newspapers) about religion in America and about the role of the church and the academic study of religion in the Netherlands. Since 2014 she writes a quarterly column on theology in the US (Theologische kroniek uit Amerika) for the Dutch journal Kerk en Theologie.

Publications by Willemien OTTEN (*forthcoming; @monograph):
Books:


  1. *Co-editor with Susan E. Schreiner, Augustine Our Contemporary. Essays on Augustine and the Self (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2016). In press.

  2. Co-editor with Michael Allen, Eriugena and Creation. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Eriugenian Studies, held in honor of Edouard Jeauneau, Chicago, 9-12 November 2011 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014) 759pp.

  3. The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine (OGHRA). Editor in Chief: Karla Pollmann, Editor: Willemien Otten (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2013), 3 volumes, 2250 pp.

  4. Co-editor with Babette S. Hellemans and M. B. Pranger, On Religion and Memory

(New York: Fordham University Press, 2013), 271pp.

5. Co-editor with Nienke M. Vos, Demons and the Devil in Ancient and Medieval



Christianity, Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae (Leiden: Brill, 2011), 257pp.

  1. Co-editor with Arjo Vanderjagt and Hent de Vries, How the West Was Won. Essays on Literary Imagination, the Canon, and the Christian Middle Ages for Burcht Pranger, Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History 188 (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 420pp.

  2. Co-editor with Maarten Wisse and Marcel Sarot, Scholasticism Reformed. Essays in Honour of Willem van Asselt. Studies in Theology and Religion 14 (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 390pp.

  3. Co-editor with Karla Pollmann, Poetry and Exegesis in Premodern Latin Christianity. The Encounter Between Classical and Christian Strategies of Interpretation (Leiden: Brill, 2007), 360pp.

  4. Co-editor with W. Hannam and M. Treschow, Divine Creation in Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Thought. Essays Presented to the Rev. Dr. Robert D. Crouse. With a Preface by Fr. Robert Dodaro OSA. Studies in Intellectual History, Vol. 151 (Leiden: Brill, 2007), 457 pp.

  5. @From Paradise to Paradigm. A Study of Twelfth-Century Humanism. Studies in Intellectual History, Vol. 127 (Leiden: Brill, 2004), 330pp.

  6. Co-editor with J. Frishman and G. Rouwhorst, Religious Identity and the Problem of Historical Foundation. The Foundational Character of Authoritative Sources in the History of Christianity and Judaism (Leiden: Brill, 2004), 588pp.

  7. Co-editor with W.J. van Asselt, Kerk en conflict. Identiteitskwesties in de geschiedenis van het christendom (Zoetermeer: Meinema, 2002), 217pp.

  8. Co-editor with Theo Clemens and Gerard Rouwhorst, Het einde nabij? Toekomstverwachting en angst voor het oordeel in de geschiedenis van het christendom (Nijmegen: Valkhof Pers, 1999), 316pp.

  9. Co-editor with Bernard McGinn, Eriugena: East and West. Papers of the Eighth Internatio­nal Symposium of the Society for the Promotion of Eriugenian Studies, Chicago and Notre Dame, 18-20 October, 1991 (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1994), 290 pp.

  10. @The Anthropology of Johannes Scottus Eriugena, Studies in Intellectual History, Vol. 20 (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1991), 242pp.

Thematic Journal Issues or Other Edited Texts:

1. Co-editor with William Schweiker of The Journal of Religion 93.4 (2013), a special issue on Michael Fishbane’s Sacred Attunement. See “Introduction: Engaging Michael Fishbane’s Theology and Ethics of Attunement”, pp. 1-2.

2. Invited Guest Editor-in-Chief of Les études philosophiques: Érigène, Janvier 2013 – 1, a thematic issue devoted to Eriugena, with articles by B. McGinn, E. Jeauneau, D. Moran, S. Gersh, A. Guiu, E. Kendig and W. Otten. See “Avant-propos”, pp. 3-5.

3. Editor of “Tertullian and Rhetoric”, in Studia Patristica Vol. LXV. Proceedings of the 16th Oxford Patristics Conference, Vol. XIII: The First Two Centuries; Apocrypha; Tertullian and Rhetoric; From Tertullian to Tyconius, ed. Markus Vinzent (Louvain: Peeters, 2013), 295-358. With contributions by D. E. Wilhite, Fr. Chapot, G.D. Dunn and W. Otten.

4. Editor of The Journal of Religion 91.1 (2011), a special issue on ‘The Augustinian Moment. Reflection at the Limits of Selfhood,’ with articles by B.S. Stock, J.-L. Marion, J.A. Wetzel, M.B. Pranger. See “Special issue: The Augustinian Moment”, pp. 1-5.

5. Co-editor with B. de Gaay Fortman of Kerk en Theologie 58.4 (2007), a thematic issue on ‘Leken’ (=Lay persons in church and theology), with articles by F.G.M. Broeyer, J.A.B. Jongeneel, K. Martens, L.J. Koffeman, B. de Gaay Fortman, M. Spindler, and W. Otten.
Audio CD:

Christendom. Een hoorcollege over de geschiedenis van de christelijke religie en cultuur (Christianity; a lecture course about the history of the Christian religion and its culture) by Willemien Otten (The Hague: Home Academy, 2006) 4 CDs, 4 hours (in Dutch).
Articles and chapters in books:


  1. *”Suspended between Cosmology and Anthropology: Natura’s Bond in Eriugena’s Periphyseon,” in Brill’s Companion to Eriugena, ed. Adrian Guiu (Leiden: Brill, 2016) (in press)

  2. *”West and East: Prayer and Cosmos in Augustine and Maximus Confessor,” in The Early Christian Mystagogy of Prayer. Acta of the 2nd International CPO conference, 26-29 August 2014 (in press)

  3. *“The Open Self: Augustine and the Early-Medieval Ethics of Order,” in S.

Schreiner and W. Otten (eds.), Augustine Our Contemporary. Essays on Augustine

and the Self (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2016) (in press)

  1. «Medieval Latin Humanism », in Houari Touati (ed.), Encyclopedia of Mediterranean Humanism, Spring 2014, URL =http://www.encyclopedie-humanisme.com/Medieval-Latin-Humanism

  2. “Christianity’s Content: (Neo)Platonism in the Middle Ages, Its Theoretical and

Theological Appeal,” Numen 63 (2016): 245-270.

  1. “Eriugena on Natures (Created, Human and Divine): From Christian-Platonic Metaphysics to Early-Medieval Protreptic,” in Isabelle Moulin (ed.), Philosophie et Théologie chez Jean Scot Érigène. Collection de l'Institut d'études médiévales de l'Institut Catholique de Paris (Paris: Vrin, 2016), 113-133.

  2. “Bach’s Passions in a Secular World. Comments about Bach, Ambrose and Augustine in Honour of Ton Koopman,” in Albert Clement (ed.), Studies in Baroque. Festschrift Ton Koopman (Bonn: J. Butz Verlag, 2014), 33-52.

  3. “Eriugena and Emerson on Nature and the Self,” in: Michael I. Allen and W. Otten (eds.), Eriugena and Creation. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Eriugenian Studies, held in honor of Edouard Jeauneau, Chicago, 9-12 November 2011 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014), 503-38.

  4. “Creation and Epiphanic Incarnation. Reflections on the Future of Natural

Theology from an Eriugenian-Emersonian Perspective,” in B. S. Hellemans, W. Otten, M.B. Pranger (eds.), On Religion and Memory (New York: Fordham University Press, 2013), 64-88.

10. “The Reception of Augustine in the Early Middle Ages (c. 700-c.1200). Presence,

Absence, Reverence, and Other Modes of Appropriation,” in The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine (OGHRA). Eds. Karla Pollmann, Willemien Otten (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), 23-39.

11. “On Sacred Attunement, Its Meaning and Consequences: A Meditation on Christian

Theology,” Journal of Religion 93.4 (2013): 478-94.

  1. “Tertullian’s Rhetoric of Redemption: Flesh and Embodiment in De carne Christi

and De resurrectione mortuorum,” in Studia Patristica. Vol. LXV. Proceedings of the 16th Oxford Patristics Conference, Vol. XIII: The First Two Centuries; Apocrypha; Tertullian and Rhetoric; From Tertullian to Tyconius, ed. Markus Vinzent (Louvain: Peeters, 2013), 331-48.


  1. ”Le language de l’union mystique. Le désir et le corps dans l’oeuvre de Jean Scot

Érigène et de Maître Eckhart,” in Érigène. Les études philosophiques 113 (2013/1): 121-41.

14. ”Platonism,” in Julia Lamm (ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Christian



Mysticism (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013), 56-73.

15. “Between Praise and Appraisal: Medieval Guidelines for the Assessment of

Augustine’s Intellectual Legacy,” Augustinian Studies 43/1 (2012): 201-18.

16. “Overshadowing or Foreshadowing Return: The Role of Demons in Eriugena’s



Periphyseon,” in: N.M. Vos and W. Otten (eds.), Demons in Early and Medieval

Christianity (Leiden: Brill, 2011), 211-29.

17. “Nature and the Representation of Divine Creation in the Twelfth Century,” in:

C. Mews and J.N. Crossley (eds.), Communities of Learning: Networks and

the Shaping of Intellectual Identity in Europe, 1100-1500, Europa Sacra 9 (Turnhout:

Brepols, 2011), 57-74.

18. “The Long Shadow of Human Sin: Augustine on Adam, Eve, and the Fall,” in:

B.E.J.H. Becking and S.A. Hennecke (eds.), Out of Paradise: Eve and Adam and



their Interpreters (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010), 29-49. [=English version

of nr. 33].

19. “Does the Canon Need Converting? A Meditation on Augustine’s Soliloquies,

Eriugena’s Periphyseon, and the Dialogue with the Religious Past,” in: W. Otten, A. Vanderjagt and H. de Vries (eds.), How the West Was Won. Essays on Literary Imagination, the Canon, and the Christian Middle Ages for Burcht Pranger (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 195-223.

20. “Scholasticism and the Problem of Intellectual Reform,” in: M. Wisse, M. Sarot, W.

Otten (eds.), Scholasticism Reformed. Essays in Honour of Willem van Asselt

(Leiden: Brill, 2010), 55-73.

21. “Women in Early Christianity: Incarnational Hermeneutics in Tertullian

and Augustine,” in: B. de Gaay Fortman, K. Martens, and M.A. Mohamed Salih

(eds.), Hermeneutics, Scriptural Politics, and Human Rights Between Text and



Context (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), 219-35.

  1. “Broken Mirrors: Abelard's Theory of Language in Relation to the Augustinian

Tradition of Redeemed Speech,” in: C.J. Nederman, N. van Deusen and E.A. Matter (eds.), Mind Matters: Studies of Medieval and Early Modern Intellectual History in Honour of Marcia Colish, Disputatio 21 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2010), 69-87.

23. “Religion as Exercitatio Mentis: A Case for Theology as a Humanist Discipline,” in

Z.R.W.M. von Martels, A. MacDonald (eds), Christian Humanism, Essays Offered

to Arjo Vanderjagt on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday (Leiden: Brill, 2009),

59-73 (modified English version of nr. 24).

24. B.S. Hellemans and W. Otten, “’Eerst begrijpen en dan geloven’: over de

persoonlijkheid van Peter Abelard en theologie als experiment,” in: B.E.J.H.

Becking en A. Merz (eds.), Verhaal als Identiteitscode. Opstellen aangeboden aan

Geert van Oyen bij zijn afscheid van de Universiteit Utrecht. Utrechtse Theologische

Reeks 60 (Utrecht: Fac. Geesteswetenschappen, 2008), 150-60.

25. ”Nature as Religious Force in Eriugena and Emerson,” in H. de Vries (ed.),

Religion: Beyond a Concept (New York: Fordham University Press, 2008), 354-67.

26. “De leek-theoloog: bron van irritatie of broodnodig of aansporing tot institutionele

vernieuwing,” Kerk en Theologie 58 (2007) 293-302.

27. ”Het ‘redelijk’ geheim van Augustinus’ vroege dialoog, de Soliloquia,” in: H.J.Lam,

P. J. Vergunst en L. Wüllschleger (red.), Kerk rond het heilgeheim. Opstellen,

aangeboden aan prof.dr. A. de Reuver (Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum, 2007), 36-

49.


28. “Augustinus en de vorming van christelijke gemeenschappen: een retrospectief,” in

A. van der Kooi, G.W. Neven en J.D.Th. Wassenaar (red.), Augustinus en



Noordmans. Twee denkers in de spanning van moderniteit en postmoderniteit

(Kampen: Kok, 2007), 89-107.

29. Exercitatio Mentis: religie als denkoefening”, Dies Natalis 2007 (Utrecht:

Universiteit Utrecht, 2007), 3-14.

30. “Het aangezicht der barmhartigheid in de vroegchristelijke traditie van het westen:

diakonale theologie en praktijk bij Cyprianus, Ambrosius en Augustinus,” in: W.

Otten, M. Schrama en J. Smit (red.), Wanneer hebben wij u hongerig gezien? Het

aanzien van de onaanzienlijke bij Matteüs en Augustinus, Utrecht Theological

Series 58. Utrecht 2007, 31-52.

31. “The Tension Between Word and Image in Christianity,” in: P. van Geest, D.

Müller, W. van Asselt and Th. Salemink (eds.), Iconoclasm and Iconoclash.



Struggle for Religious Identity. Second Conference of Church Historians Utrecht

(Leiden: Brill, 2007), 33-48.

32. “The Poetics of Biblical Tragedy in Abelard’s Planctus,” in W. Otten and K.

Pollmann (eds.), Poetry and Exegesis in Premodern Latin Christianity. The



Encounter Between Classical and Christian Strategies of Interpretation (Leiden:

Brill, 2007), 245-261.

33. “Eriugena, Emerson, and the Poetics of Universal Nature,” in R. Berchman and J.

Finamore (eds.), Metaphysical Patterns in Platonism: Ancient, Medieval,



Renaissance, and Modern Times (New Orleans: University Press of the South,

2007), 147-63. Reprinted by The Prometheus Trust: Wiltshire, UK, 2014, pp. 123-

37.

34. “Nature, Body and Text in Early Medieval Theology: From Eriugena to Chartres,”



in M. Treschow, W. Otten and W. Hannam (eds.), Divine Creation in Ancient,

Medieval, and Early Modern Thought. Essays Presented to the Rev. Dr. Robert D.

Crouse. With a Preface by Fr. Robert Dodaro OSA. (Leiden: Brill, 2007), 235-256.

35. “Anthropology between Imago Mundi and Imago Dei: The Place of Johannes

Scottus Eriugena in the Tradition of Christian Thought,” in F.Young, M. Edwards

and P. Parvis (eds.), Studia Patristica vol. XLIII – Augustine, Other Latin Writers (Leuven: Peeters, 2006), 459-472.

36. “Theologiegeschiedenis gedijt ook onder de vlag van de religiegeschiedenis,”

Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Kerkgeschiedenis 9 (2006): 106-111.

37. “Eschatologie en eindtijdverwachting in de vroege kerk tot aan het jaar 1000,” in

G.C. den Hertog en S. Schoon (red.), Messianisme en eindtijdverwachting bij joden

en christenen (Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum, 2006), 108-130.

38. “Een paradijselijk decor bij het menselijk tekort. Augustinus over Adam, Eva en de

erfzonde,” in H. Goris en S. Hennecke (eds.), Adam en Eva in het Paradijs. Acuele

visies op man en vrouw uit 2000 jaar christelijke theologie (Zoetermeer: Meinema,

2005), 49-66.



  1. “Theologie of Utopie? Een visie op de studie van religie en theologie in de

eenentwintigste eeuw,” Kerk en Theologie 56 (2005): 176-194.

40. "Middeleeuwen tot en met Reformatie. (Ont)spanning tussen geloof en rede," in



Perspectief op leren. Verkenningen naar onderwijs en leren vanuit de christelijke

traditie, eds. A. de Mynck and B. Kalkman (Gouda: Driestar Educatief, 2005), 57-

69.


41. “In Conscience’s Court: Abelard’s Ethics as a Science of the Self,” in I.P. Becjzy

and R.G. Newhauser (eds), Virtue and Ethics in the Twelfth Century (Leiden: Brill,

2005), 53-74.

42. “Ideals of Community in Late Antiquity: John Cassian and Gregory the Great on

Communicating Sanctity,” in G. de Nie, K.F. Morrison, H.L. Kessler and M.

Mostert (eds), Seeing the Invisible in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages:



Papers from “Verbal and Pictorial Imaging: Representing and Accessing

Experience of the Invisible: 400-1000” (Utrecht, 11-13 December 2003) Utrecht

Studies in Medieval Literacy 13 (Turnhout: Peeters, 2005), 121-139.

43. “Reading Creation: Early Medieval Views of Genesis and Plato’s Timaeus,” in G.H.

van Kooten (ed.), The Creation of Heaven and Earth. Re-interpretations of Genesis



1 in the Context of Judaism, Ancient Philosophy, Christianity, and Modern Physics.

Brill’s Themes in Biblical Narrative 8 (Leiden: Brill, 2005), 225-243.

44. “The Return to Paradise: Role and Function of Early Medieval Allegories of

Nature,” in K. van Berkel and A.J.Vanderjagt (eds), The Book of Nature. Groningen

Studies in Cultural Change (Leuven: Peeters, 2005), 97-121.

45. (Co-authored with Theo Salemink) “Prologue: Religious Identity and the Problem of

Historical Foundation. The Foundational Character of Authoritative Texts and

Traditions in the History of Christianity,” in J. Frishman, W. Otten, G. Rouwhorst

(eds), Religious Identity and the Problem of Historical Foundation (Leiden: Brill,

2004), 3-27.

46. “Authority and Identity in the Transition from Monastic to Scholastic Theology:

Peter Abelard and Bernard of Clairvaux,” in: J. Frishman, W. Otten, G. Rouwhorst

(eds), Religious Identity and the Problem of Historical Foundation (Leiden: Brill,

2004), 349-368.

47. “Identiteit en triniteit: de controverse rond het filioque”, in W. Otten en W. Van

Asselt (eds), Kerk en conflict. Identiteitskwesties in de geschiedenis van het



christendom (Zoetermeer: Meinema, 2002), 37-54.

48. “Fortune or Failure: The Problem of Grace, Free Will and Providence in Peter

Abelard”, Augustiniana 52 (2002): 353-372.

49. “Realized Eschatology or Philosophical Idealism: The Case of Eriugena’s



Periphyseon,” in: J.A. Aertsen en M. Pickavé (ed.), Ende und Vollendung.

Eschatologische Perspektiven im Mittelalter (New York/Cologne: De Gruyter,

2002), 373-387.

50. “The Pedagogical Aspect of Eriugena’s Eschatology: Paradise Between the Letter

and the Spirit,” in J. McEvoy and M. Dunne (eds.), History and Eschatology in John



Scottus Eriugena and His Time (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2002), 509-526

51. “Tussen tijd en eeuwigheid. Eschatologische duiding in de geschiedschrijving van

Gregorius van Tours en Rodulfus Glaber,” in M. de Jong, E. Rose and H. Teunis

(eds.), Rondom Gregorius van Tours, Utrechtse Historische Cahiers 22 (2001) nr.

2/3, 126-137.

52. “Chapter 5: Carolingian Theology,” in G.R. Evans (ed.), The Medieval Theologians,

(Oxford: Blackwell, 2001), 65-82.


  1. “Medieval Scholasticism: Past, Present and Future,” Nederlands Archief voor

Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History 81 (2001): 275-289.

54. “Early Christianity Between Divine Promise and Earthly Politics,” in J.W. van

Henten, A. Houtepen (eds.), Religious Identity and the Invention of Tradition (Assen:

Van Gorcum, 2001), 60-83.

55. “Between Augustinian Sign and Carolingian Reality: the Presence of Ambrose and

Augustine in the Eucharistic Debate between Paschasius Radbertus and Ratramnus of Corbie”, Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis/Dutch Review of Church History

80 (2000): 137-156.

56. “Plato and the Fabulous Cosmology of William of Conches,” in J. Spruyt en M.

Kardaun (eds.) The Winged Chariot. Collected Essays on Plato and Platonism in

Honour of L.M. de Rijk, (Leiden: Brill, 2000), 185-203.

57. “The Role of Theology in the Third Millennium. Views from the Perspective of



Medieval Christianity,” in W. Derkse, J. van der Lans en S. Waanders (eds.), In Quest of Humanity in a Globalising World. Dutch Contributions to the Jubilee of Universities in Rome 2000 (Leende: Damon, 2000), 321-338.

  1. “Eindtijdverwachting van een monastiek historicus: de visie van Rodulfus Glaber op het jaar 1000 A.D.,” in Th. Clemens, W. Otten and G. Rouwhorst, Het einde nabij? Toekomstverwachting en angst voor het oordeel in de geschiedenis van het christendom (Nijmegen: Valkhof Pers, 1999), 96-108.

  2. Annus horribilis: het jaar 1000 A.D. als schrikbeeld of appèl?,” Kerk en Theologie 50 (1999): 308-321.

  3. “Tussen verbeelding en vertekening: de moeilijke kunst van de erotiek binnen het christendom,” in S. Haakma (ed.), Minnen met de zinnen. Opvattingen over erotiek in verschillende culturen (Utrecht: Prestige, 1999), 69-97.

  4. “In the Shadow of the Divine: Negative Theology and Negative Anthropology in Augustine, Pseudo-Dionysius and Eriugena,” The Heythrop Journal. A Quarterly Review of Philosophy and Theology 40 (1999): 438-455.

  5. “Jesus Blessed America. Een beschouwing over christendom en religie in Amerika,” Kerk en Theologie 50 (1999): 131-145.

  6. “The Power of the Bible in the Middle Ages,” in W.R. Farmer (ed.), The International Bible Commentary (Collegeville, Minn.: Liturgical Press, 1998), pp. 48-52 [transl. as ‘De positie van de Bijbel in de Middeleeuwen,’ in E. Eynikel, E. Noort, Th. Baarda, A. Denaux (eds), Internationaal Commentaar op de Bijbel (Kampen: Kok/Uitgeverij Averbode, 2001) Bd. I, pp. 113-119].

  7. “Augustine on Marriage, Monasticism and the Community of the Church,” Theological Studies 59 (1998) 385-405. [=English version of nr. 59].

  8. “Eindtijdverwachting of toekomstvisie? De betekenis van het jaar 1000 na Chr. als heilshistorisch markeringspunt,” Groniek. Historisch tijdschrift 143, vol. 32 (1998): 139-153.

  9. “Huwelijk en ascese in de vroege kerk, met name bij Augustinus”. Oratie (inaugural address) uitgesproken bij de aanvaarding van het ambt van gewoon hoogleraar in de geschiedenis van het christendom en de christelijke leerstellingen. Utrechtse Theologische Reeks 37 (Utrecht: Theologische Faculteit, 1997).

  10. “From Romantic Lovers to Absentee Parents: Abelard, Heloise and the Memory of Desire,” in F. Brinkhuis and S. Talmor (eds.), Memory, History and Critique: European Identity at the Millennium. Proceedings of the Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas, Utrecht-meeting 1996 (CD ROM) University for Humanist Studies ISSEI/Utrecht (1998) 6 pp.

  11. “Christ's Birth of a Virgin Who Became a Wife: Flesh and Speech in Tertullian's De carne Christi,” Vigiliae Christianae 50 (1997): 247-260.

  12. “The Bible and the Self in Medieval Autobiography: Otloh of St. Emmeram (1010-1070) and Peter Abelard (1079-1142),” in John McCarthy and David Aune (eds.), The Whole and Divided Self. The Bible and Theological Anthropology (New York: Crossroads, 1997), 130-157.

  13. “Autobiography and the Dialectic of the Self in Peter Abelard,” Proceedings of the PMR Conference. Vol. 19-20, 1994-1996, Villanova University (Villanova: Augustinian Historical Institute, 1997), 177-187.

  14. “The Texture of Tradition: The Role of the Church Fathers in Carolingian Theology,” in Irena Backus (ed.), Theological Innovation and the Shaping of Tradition. The Reception of the Church Fathers in the West from the Carolingians to the Maurists (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1997), 3-51.

  15. “The Parallelism of Nature and Scripture: Reflections on Eriugena's Incarnational Exegesis,” in G. van Riel, C. Steel and J. McEvoy, Iohannes Scottus Eriugena, the Bible and Hermeneutics. Proceedings of the Ninth International Colloquium of the Society for the Promotion of Eriugenian Studies Held at Leuven and Louvain-la-Neuve, June 7-10, 1995 (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1996), 81-102.

  16. “Nature and Scripture: Demise of a Medieval Analogy,” Harvard Theological Review 88 (1995): 257-284.

  17. “Eriugena's Periphyseon: a Carolingian Contribution to the Theological Tradition,” in Bernard McGinn and W. Otten (eds.), Eriugena: East and West (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1994), 69-93.

  18. “Eriugena and the Concept of Eastern versus Western Patristic Influence,” in Studia Patristica Vol. XXXVIII (Louvain: Peeters, 1993), 217-224.

  19. “Between Damnation and Redemption: the Dynamics of Human Nature in Eriugena's Periphyseon and Alan of Lille's Anti­claudianus” in Hajo Westra (ed.) From Athens to Chartres: Neoplatonism and Medieval Thought (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1992), 329-349.

  20. “Eriugena's Dialectic of the Return,” Harvard Theological Review 84 (1991): 399-421.

  21. “The Interplay of Nature and Man in the Periphyseon of Johannes Scottus Eriugena,” Vivari­um 28 (1990): 1-16.

  22. “The Universe of Nature and the Universe of Man: Difference and Identity,” in: W. Beierwaltes (ed.), Begriff und Metapher. Sprachform des Denkens bei Eriugena (Heidelber­g: Carl Winter, 1990), 202-212.

  23. (Co-authored with M.B. Pranger) “Over middeleeuwen en patristiek in de theologiegeschiedenis. Onderzoek naar de laat-antieke tijd als voorbeeld voor de theologie- en cultuurgeschie­denis van de middeleeuwen; enige recente studies,” Millennium 4 (1990): 143-153.

  24. “Some Perspectives in Eriugenian Studies: Three Recent Publications,” Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philo­sophie und Theologie 37 (1990): 515-526.

  25. “The Role of Man in the Eriugenian Universe: Dependence or Autonomy,” in: Claudio Leonardi (ed.), Giovanni Scoto nel suo tempo. L'organizzazione del sapere in eta carolingia. Atti del XXIV Convegno storico interna­zionale, Todi 11-14 ottobre 1987 (Spoleto: Centro italiano di studi sull'alto medioevo, 1989), 595-609.

  26. “De Nederlandse theologie in perspectief. Openbaarheid als alternatief voor confessionaliteit,” Wending 44 (1989): 260-265.

  27. “De zondeval; over rationalisme en verbeelding bij Johannes Scottus Eriugena,” in Marjan Harbers et al. (ed.) Tussen Nijl en Herengracht (Amsterdam, 1988), 115-121.

  28. “The Influence of Eriugenian Thought: Report on the Internatio­nal Eriugena Colloquium, Bad Homburg, 26-30 August 1985,” Studi Medievali 3a ser. 27 (1986): 461-473.

Book reviews and review articles (samples, esp. since 2008):

-- ‘Brian Stock, Listening for the Text. On the Uses of the Past (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990)’ in: Church History and Religious Culture 71.2 (1991): 245-46

-- ‘Gregory Schufreider, Confessions of a Rational Mystic: Anselm’s Early Writings (West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 1993),’ in: Journal of the History of Philosophy 34.2 (1996): 294-95.

--‘Ysabel de Andia, Henosis. L’Union à Dieu chez Denys l’Aréopagite (Leiden: Brill, 1996)’ in: Vigiliae Christianae 53.3 (1999): 328-332.

--‘Elizabeth A. Clark, History, Theory, Text: Historians and the Linguistic Turn (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2004)’ in: Journal of Biblical Literature 124.3 (2005): 582-84.

--‘Eileen Sweeney, Logic, Theology, and Poetry in Boethius, Abelard, and Alan of Lille: Words in the Absence of Things (New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2006)’ in: The Thomist 71.2 (2007): 319-23

--‘Ineke van’t Spijker, Fictions of the Inner Life. Religious Literature and Formation of the Self in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries [Disputatio 4] (Turnhout: Brepols, 2004)’ in: Church History and Religious Culture 88 (2008): 2 pp.

-- ‘John Milbank, The Suspended Middle. Henri de Lubac and the Debate concerning the Supernatural (London: SCM Press, 2005)’ in: Ars Disputandi 8 (2008): 124-25.

--‘Charles Kannengiesser, Handbook of Patristic Exegesis. The Bible in Ancient Christianity, with special contributions by various scholars [The Bible in Ancient Christianity, 1] (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2006)’, in: Church History and Religious Culture 88.3 (2008): 463-66.

--‘Philip Burton, Language in the Confessions of Augustine (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007)’ in: Classical Philology 104.3 (2009): 389-93.

--‘Jean-Luc Marion, Au lieu de soi. L’approche de Saint Augustin (Paris: PUF, 2008),’ in: Continental Philosophy Review 42.4 (2010): 597-602

--‘Edouard Jeauneau, Tendenda Vela”: Excursions littéraires et digressions philoso-

phiques à travers le Moyen Âge (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007),’ in The Journal of Religion 90.1 (2010): 76-77.

--‘Peter Harrison, The Fall of Man and the Foundations of Science (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007),’ in: The Journal of Religion 90.3 (2010): 422-24.

--‘Grappling with Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age’, in: The Journal of Religion 90.3 (2010): 367-400 at 381-85.

--‘Sabina Flanagan, Doubt in an Age of Faith: Uncertainty in the Long Twelfth Century. Disputatio, number 17 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. 2008),’ American Historical Review 115.4 (2010): 1205-06.

-- ‘Boyd Taylor Coolman, The Theology of Hugh of St. Victor. An Interpretation. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010)’, in: Journal of Religion 92.2 (2012): 280-2.

-- ‘Brian Stock, Augustine’s Inner Dialogue. The Philosophical Soliloquy in Late Antiquity. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010)’, in: Journal of Religion 92.2 (2012): 282-4.

-- ‘L.M. de Rijk, Pleidoor voor een sober atheïsme’, Kerk en Theologie 63.3 (2012): 91-2.

-- ‘Brian Patrick McGuire (ed.), A Companion to Bernard of Clairvaux (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition, 25; Leiden, Brill, 2011)’, in: Nederland Theologisch Tijdschrift/Dutch Journal of Theology.

-- ‘Zemler-Cizewski, Wanda, trans. Peter Abelard: An Exposition on the Six-Day Work. 
Corpus Christianorum in Translation 8 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011) and 
Cartwright, Steven R., trans. Peter Abelard: Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans (Washington: 
Catholic University of America Press, 2011)’, in Journal of Medieval Latin 24 (2014): 337-44.

-- ‘TURNER, DENYS. Thomas Aquinas: A Portrait (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press,

2013),’ in Journal of Religion 95.3 (2015): 399-401.

-- ‘CAMERON, MICHAEL. Christ Meets Me Everywhere: Augustine’s Early Figurative Exegesis (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012),’ in Journal of Religion 95.3 (2015): 393-94.

-- ‘BOCHET, ISABELLE, ed. Augustin Philosophe et prédicateur: Hommage à Goulven Madec; Actes du colloque international organisé à Paris les 8 et 9 septembre 2011. Collection des Études Augustiniennes, Série Antiquité 195 (Paris: Institut d’Études Augustiniennes, 2012),’ in Journal of Religion 95.3 (2015): 391-93.

-- ‘Kenney, John Peter, Contemplation and Classical Christianity. A Study in Augustine (Oxford Early Christian Studies), Oxford University Press, Oxford 2013,’ in Augustiniana 65/3-4 (2015): 281-283.

Conferences and Symposia (Co-)organized:

@=international

--@Eriugena and Creation. Eleventh International Conference on Eriugenian Studies, held in honor of Edouard Jeauneau, Chicago, 9-12 November 2011 (with Michael Allen).

--@The Augustinian Moment, Chicago, May 25, 2010.

--Demons and the Devil in Ancient Christianity, Heeze (Netherlands), 6-7 October 2006.

--Kerk en conflict. Over identiteitskwestie in de geschiedenis van het christendom. [Church and conflict; Crises of Identity in the History of Christanity]. Farewell symposium for Frits Broeyer, Utrecht, 26 January 2002 (with Willem van Asselt).

--@Religious Identity and the Problem of Historical Foundation. The Foundational Character of Authoritative Texts and Traditions in the History of Christianity, Utrecht, August 2001 (with Gerard Rouwhorst).

--Het einde nabij? Toekomstverwachting en angst voor het oordeel in de geschiedenis van het christendom. [The nearing of the end. Expectation and fear of judgment in the history of Christianity]. Farewell symposium for Eugene Honée, Utrecht, Fall 1999 (with Gerard Rouwhorst and Theo Clemens).
Lectures:

Upon request a list of recent lectures, speaking engagements, and conference papers can be made available.

Courses Taught:

Undergraduate:


-Rome in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages (study abroad program Rome, Autumn 2015, SOSC 19005)
-Religion and Human Evolution: Reading Bellah (co-taught with Prof. W. Schweiker; Fundamentals program, Spring 2015, FNDL 26107/RLST 25601)
-Jerusalem in Middle Eastern Civilizations I (study aborad program Jerusalem, Spring 2014, SOSC 19028)
-Faith, Reason, Skepticism, and the Problem of the Religious Self (study abroad program Paris, France Chicago Center, Spring 2012, RLST 23010)
-Christianity and Society: the Challenge of Religious Pluralism (co-taught with Prof. H. Tieleman; international program, University College, Utrecht University)
-Christianity from a Historical Perspective (Theology dept., UU)
-Scripture and Tradition (Theology dept., UU)
-Identity and Authority in Medieval Christianity (Theology dept., UU)
-Medieval and Reformation Church History (Theology dept., UU)
-Mysticism and the Monastic Life (Theology dept., UU)
-Incarnation and Redemption in Early and Medieval Christianity (Theology dept., UU)
-History of Christian Theology (Theology dept., UU)
-Intro to Christian Theology I and II (BC, TH016, TH017)
-Christian God (Loyola, THEO 103)
-History of Ancient and Medieval Christian Thought (Loyola,

THEO 317)


-Great Christian Thinkers (Loyola, THEO 271)
-Theology and Interdisciplinary Studies (Loyola, THEO 280)
-Survey Course of Medieval Theology and Church History (Univ. of A'dam)
-Survey Course of Patristic Theology and Church History (Cath. School of Theology, Utrecht)
Graduate Classes and Seminars:
-Theological Criticism: Eschatology and Embodiment (Spring 2015, HCHR/THEO 51702, HIST 66001)
-Historical Theological Debates: Predestination and the Augustinian Legacy in the Carolingian Era (co-taught with Prof. Michael I. Allen) (Autumn 2014, HCHR/THEO 45010, CLCV 27413/CLAS 37413/HIST 22114/32114)
-The Summa Theologiae of Thomas Aquinas. Its Structure and Pedagogy (co-taught with Prof. B. McGinn) (Autumn 2013, HCHR/THEO 55300)
-Diversa sed non adversa: Religious Trends in the Twelfth Century (Spring 2013, HCHR/THEO 46210)
-Creation in East and West: From Origen to Eriugena (Autumn 2012, HCHR/THEO 45503)
-Arts of Ministry: Worship and Preaching (M. Div. Program, Autum 2012-2013, CHRM 35100)
-Arts of Ministry: Worship (M. Div. Program) (Winter 2012, CHRM 35500 - 01)
-Affective spirituality: the Victorine and Franciscan traditions (Spring 2011, THEO/HCHR 46802)
-Brauer Seminar: The Case for Humanism (co-taught with William Schweiker) (Winter 2011, THEO 48202)
-Reading Augustine’s Confessions (Autumn 2010, HCHR/THEO 53400)
-History of Christian Thought I: Patristics, 150-450CE (alternate years since 2008-09, HCHR/THEO 30101)

-History of Christian Thought II: Medieval, 400-1350 (alternate years since 2007-08, HCHR/THEO 30200)


-The Trouble with Time (co-taught with Prof. S.E. Schreiner) (Winter 2010, HCHR / THEO 47003)
-A Scandal for Gentiles and Jews: the Body of Christ and the Body of Scripture in Early Christianity (co-taught with Prof. D. Nirenberg) (Autumn 2009, THEO 45401/HCHR 45401/HIST 66601/SCTH 45401)
-Aquinas & Bonaventure on Christ and creation (Spring 2009) HCHR/THEO 52800)
-Late Medieval Women: Authorship and Authority (Winter 2009, HCHR/THEO 48701)
-The Book of Nature: Diachronic Perspectives (Autumn 2008, HCHR/THEO 48601)
-Before and After Augustine: Echoes of a Church Father (Winter 2008, HCHR/THEO 31800)
-Incarnation and the Body from Tertullian to Thomas Aquinas (Autumn 2007, HCHR/THEO 46801)
-Nature and Revelation in Medieval Christian Thought (Autumn 2006) (Theology, Utrecht University)
-Selected Theme, seminar for students in the research master Theology (on Jesus Through the Centuries (2005); on Disaster and the Divine (2006)) (Theology, UU)
-Religion in America (Theology dept., UU)
-Tutorial on Medieval Thought (Medieval Studies programme, UU)
-Methods in the History of the Christian Church and the Study of Christian Doctrine (Theology, UU)
-Augustine and the Bible (Theology dept., UU)
-Conversion in the Early Church (Theology dept. UU)
-Incarnation in the Latin Tradition (Theology dept. UU)
-Incarnation in the Greek Fathers (Theology dept. UU)
-Soul and Spirituality in Early and Medieval Christianity (Boston College

TH 428)
-The Monastic Tradition: History and Theology until 1250 (BC

TH467)
-Conversion: Early Christian and Medieval Perspectives (BC

TH424)
-The Body in Early Christian and Medieval Theology (BC TH550)


-Figures and Themes in Early Christianity: Augustine, the Formative Years (Loyola, THEO 525)
-Classical Authors: Incarnation and Redemption in Early Christian and Medieval Theology (Loyola, THEO 550)
-Theology and Interdisciplinarity (Loyola, LIBST 408)
-Medieval Religious Poetry (Univ. of A'dam)
-Modern Approaches to Medieval and Reformation Theology and Church History (Univ. of A'dam)
-Theological and Spiritual Developments in the Eleventh Century (Theology, Univ. of A'dam)
-Readings in Eleventh Century Monastic Spirituality (Theology, Univ. of A'dam)



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