Andrew Radde-Gallwitz

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Associate Professor
Program of Liberal Studies

B.A., Lipscomb University; M.T.S., Duke Divinity School; Ph.D., Emory University

Research Profile

Andrew Radde-Gallwitz joined the Program of Liberal Studies in 2014. In this span, he has taught four of the Great Books Seminars and both Theological tutorials. In his research, he studies early Christianity and late ancient philosophy, with particular interests in the Cappadocian Fathers, the development of Trinitarian doctrine, and the legacy of Platonism. His most recent books include a monograph, Gregory of Nyssa’s Doctrinal Works: A Literary Study (Oxford, 2018), and an edited anthology of new translations, The Cambridge Edition of Early Christian Writings, Volume One: God (Cambridge, 2017). His book Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa, and the Transformation of Divine Simplicity (Oxford, 2009) received a Templeton Award for Theological Promise. With colleagues, he has published annotated translations of various patristic texts: St. Basil of Caesarea: Against Eunomius with Mark DelCogliano (Fathers of the Church, Catholic University of America Press, 2011) and Athanasius and Didymus: Works on the Spirit with Mark DelCogliano and Lewis Ayres (St. Vladimir’s, 2011). His articles have appeared in the Journal of Theological StudiesVigiliae Christianae, and the Journal of Early Christian Studies. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Journal of Early Christian Studies and is a Principal Investigator for the Australian Catholic University Research Group on “Modes of Knowing and the Ordering of Knowledge in Early Christianity.”

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Andrew Radde-Gallwitz

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University of Notre Dame
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