Map of Cooperating Institutions
Berkeley:Graduate Theological Union Loyola University Chicago University of Chicago Yale University Princeton Theological Seminary Harvard Divinity School Fordham University Richmond: Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Atlanta: Emory Amsterdam: Free University Freiburg University Tübingen University Heidelberg University Zurich University Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute & Gregorian University Copenhagen University Oslo: MF Norwegian School of Theology Helsinki: University of Helsinki Moscow: St. Tikhon's Orthodox University Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Jerusalem: Hebrew University São Leopoldo: Lutheran School of Theology Potchefstroom, South Africa: North-West University Stellenbosch University, South Africa Beijing: Peking University, Renmin University, Tsinghua University Guangzhou, China: Sun Yat-sen University Hong Kong Center for Sino-Christian Studies Taiwan: Chung Yuan Christian University and Taipei Theological Seminary Seoul Cambridge University Oxford University Sarajevo University Kalam Research & Media, Dubai Istanbul Canberra Strasbourg Debrecen Wuhan
 
Winners of the 2013 Schlecht Stipends
Karl-Schlecht-StiftungThe Karl Schlecht Foundation, Germany, is sponsoring five stipends supporting the international exchange within the Global Network of Research Centers (eligibility restricted to young researchers at member institutions of the Global Network). The 2013 stipends have been awarded to an international group of young scholars:

Ms. Wang Huiyu (Sun Yat-sen University, China)
Mr. Rope Kojonen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Mr. Jason Daavid Lepojärvi (University of Helsinki, Finland/Oxford University, U. K.)
Dr. Funlola Olojede (Stellenbosch University, Republic of South Africa)
Dr. Heike Springhart (Heidelberg University, Germany)
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About the Global Network of Research Centers
Researchers from all over the world are currently establishing the Global Network of Research Centers for Theology, Religious and Christian Studies. The network will enable doctoral students and post-docs to pursue their research at participating schools for one or two terms. Participating scholars agree to offer a class in English for guest researchers from the Network.
 


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