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Mr Prof. Dr. Heinz Streib

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1. Faculty of History, Philosophy and Theology / Department of Theology / Sekretariat Abteilung Theologie

Function

Praktische Theologie/Religionspädagogik

 
E-Mail
heinz.streib@uni-bielefeld.de  
Homepage
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Phone No. of Secretary
+49 521 106-3380Secretary's Details
Office
Gebäude X A4-210 Locations Map
Office Hours

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Curriculum Vitae

Education
1995 Habilitation (Venia Legendi in Practical Theology), Universität Frankfurt
1989 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Emory University, Atlanta
1984 Master of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.), Yale University, New Haven
1980 2. Evangelisch- theologische Dienstprüfung, Church of Württemberg, Stuttgart
1977 1. Evangelisch-theologische Dienstprüfung, Universität Tübingen
1970 Abitur

Academic Appointments
since 2019 Seinor Professor
1996 - 2019 Professor for Religious Education and Ecumenical Theology, Universität Bielefeld
1995 - 1996 Professor for Religious Socialization, Universität Bayreuth
1990 - 1995 Assistant, Fachbereich Evangelische Theologie, Universität Frankfurt

Journal Editor Appointments
since 2017 International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, Editor-in-Chief
2008-2016 Archive for the Psychology of Religion, Editor, Editor-in-Chief

Membership in Professional Bodies
American Psychological Association (APA)
International Association for the Psychology of Religion (IAPR)
International Seminar on Religious Education and Values (ISREV)
Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (SSSR)

Publications List
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/person/40417

Current research topics

Empirical research in conntemporary religion and spirituality,
xenophobia and inter-religious prejudice,
theory and research in religious development,
religious styles and schemata,
psychology of religion,
biographical analysis,
deconversion,
deinstitutionalized religion.

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