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Dr. Andreas Andreopoulos

Lecturer in Christian Theology, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Wales, Lampeter


BEd, BA, MEd, PhD (Durham), LMS (Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies)
Lecturer in Christian Theology, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Wales, Lampeter
Formerly: Visiting Fellow, Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Toronto
Areas: Orthodox Theology, Greek Patristics, Iconology, Christian Semiotics, Sacred Art
Research: Interpretation of Icons as Visual Sermons, Christian Semiotics in Iconography, Liturgy and Holy Tradition
Publications: Recent publications include: ‘Art as Theology: from the Postmodern to the Medieval’, London: Equinox Publishing (2007) ‘The Sign of the Cross: the Gesture, the Mystery, the History’. Orleans, MA: Paraclete Press (2006) ‘Metamorphosis: The Transfiguration in Byzantine Theology and Iconography’ (Crestwood, New York: SVS Press (2005) ‘Icons: the Silent Gospels’ in M. O’Kane (ed) Art, Artists and the Bible, London: SPCK (forthcoming). ‘The Symbol, the Icon and the Body: an Examination of Christian Semiotics’, in Studia Patristica, volume 39, Leuven: Peeters. With Thomas O’Loughlan, Augustine Casidy ‘Cambridge History of Theology’, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)

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