Ongoing PhD Projects
The Amsterdam Centre for Religion and Peace and Justice Studies is connected with the Vrije Universiteit. As such, it over sees several different PhD Projects.
Building Peace Amidst Conflict and Social Change, Ecclesiological and Anthropological Perspectives on Acts 15
How to Know God in Contexts of Suffering: Fundamental Theology From a Peace Church Perspective.
Faith-based Conflict Transformation: An Appropriate Paradigm in Dealing with Conflicts in the Church of Pakistan.
This is my body? Ethical Consequences of a Feminist, Ricoeurian Approach to Gender and Sexuality as a Contribtion to a Just-Peace-Ecclesiology
Being and Shall-Be - Identity, Faith, and Values in the Mirror of Autobiographies of Russian Germans with a Mennonite Tradition
Truth-Finding and Post-Peace-Accord Violence: An Analysis on Truth-finding in Latin America and Its Relation to Post-Peace-Accord Violence. . .
"Joined in the Great Cause of Peace?" Mennonite Church of Peace in the "Peace State GDR: Confrontation, Contact, Coexistence, Collaboration, & Conspiracy
Women-of-Faith in Processes of Peacebuilding: An Analysis of Women's Spiritualities as a Resource for Empowerment and Participation in Peacebuilding in Colombia
Autistic People in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Italy: How the Church is Challenged and Changed by Their Presence
Herman Simon Jan Heijn
God Undercover: The Sublime as a Hermeneutical Key to Theology
Experience of Strangeness: Interdisciplinary Analysis of Foreignness (and the Question of Identity, Power, and Reconciliation.