Selection of publications:
• A Condição Humana em Ruy Cinatti. Lisboa 1995 (published version of doctoral thesis, awarded the “Eça de Queiroz prize 1995”);
• Critical edition and preface of Ruy Cinatti’s unpublished Um Cancioneiro para Timor. Lisboa 1996;
• “God in Twentieth-Century English Literature”, Naming and Thinking God in Europe Today. Theology in Global Dialogue. Amsterdam / New York, 2007, p. 187-200;
• “Bolonha: os grandes princípios e a resistência da realidade”. El proceso de Bolonia y la Enseñanza Superior en Europe. Salamanca, 2008, p. 135-144;
• “Diálogo interreligioso como projecto cultural”, Portugal, Percursos de Interculturalidade, v. IV. Lisbon, 2008, p. 121-140;
• “Theological Education in Latin Countries. Some Notes on the Situation in Portugal”, Okumenisches Forum. Grazer Jahrbuch für Konkrete Ökumene. Jahrgang 32-35 / 2009-2013, p. 173-176;
• “Signos de los tiempos: desafío a la Nueva evangelization,” El Concilio Vatican II. Una perspectiva teológica. Vincente Vide - José R. Villar (eds). San Pablo: Madrid, 2013, pp. 545-559.
Year 1 Doctorate
This module aims to introduce participants to key elements of doctoral research in the broad sense of an Academic framework. It focuses on providing an understanding of the research support Mechanisms at USJ and in overviews of the main research specialisation fields within the University of Saint Joseph, namely Business Administration; Education; Global Studies; Government Studies; History; Information Systems; Psychology; Religious Studies; Science. The course also provides an opportunity for the students to present and discuss their own work in a seminar environment.
This Module provides an initial experience of supervised research work where students will work with their intended supervisor in a collaborative tutorial model that resembles the practice of Thesis Supervision. During the Module the intended supervisor will guide the student trough multiple meetings (up to 15) during a full academic year The students will conduct autonomous research that should result in a preliminary literature review, research contextualisation and a thesis proposal completely finished and prepared to be submitted to the Foundation Year Final thesis proposal review and assessment instances.
Year 1 Master
Studies the historical and scriptural foundations of Islam, its theology, religious traditions and ethics and social structures, Sunni-Shiite divide, reform and renewal movements, spread of Islam, Muslim contributions to world culture.
Year 1 Bachelor
This course discusses the following topics: the concepts of revelation and tradition from an anthropological perspective; the importance of these categories in theology; the case for a foundational theology; religion and revelation in the history of religions; the Christian notion of revelation; history of the doctrine on revelation; today’s understanding of revelation; revelation in the Creation; revelation as promise and prophecy in the Old Testament; revelation as the fulfillment and the plenitude in Christ; the structures of revelation: fact and word; historicity and sacramentality; signs of credibility; permanence and transmission of revelation in the Church; tradition and witnessing.
Year 2 Bachelor
Using the contributions of critical biblical scholarship, this course will first reconstruct, from the various Gospel accounts, the traces of what Jesus said and did during his ministry. The way Jesus seems to have faced death will be compared with the way his death and resurrection were interpreted by the early church. Moving through the Christological developments of the second to the eighth centuries, the course will finally consider how contemporary human experience impacts on current theological interpretations of Jesus and his meaning for our times.
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