Forschungszentrum Internationale und Interdisziplinäre Theologie

The Research Center for International and Inter­disciplinary Theology (FIIT) was founded in 2005. The center has created a network between fifteen autonomous research areas, which are headed by researchers from Heidelberg working in theology and neighboring disciplines.

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Scholars in Residence

In order to intensify international contacts, FIIT has set up seven well equipped work spaces in its building in Heidelberg’s historic center. This was an important step in creating the Scholars in Residence Program.

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Lautenschlaeger Award

The “Manfred Lautenschlaeger Award for Theological Promise” annually honors 10 young scholars from all over the world for outstanding dissertations or the first post-doctoral work in the thematic complex “God and Spirituality (broadly understood)”.

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