Academic journal article Journal of Ecumenical Studies

New Associate Editor: Ingeborg Gabriel

Academic journal article Journal of Ecumenical Studies

New Associate Editor: Ingeborg Gabriel

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J.E.S. is pleased to introduce a new Associate Editor (and member of our Board of Directors), Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Gabriel. She has taught in the Faculty of Roman Catholic Theology, University of Vienna, since 1982, serving as chair of Social Ethics since 1997--the first women to hold a chair in that Faculty. Since 2010, she has been Vice Dean of the Faculty and a member of the Senate of the University of Vienna. During 1994-97, as an associate professor, she headed the Institute of International Ethics. In 1982-96, she organized peace conferences for the Institute for Peace Studies. She was a Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Culture, Religion, and World Affairs at Boston University in the Fall of 2008. Prior to her academic career, she worked with the U.N. Development Programme, 1976-80, in New York, Nepal, and Mongolia; and in 1980-81 she was a free-lance journalist with Austrian TV.

Dr. Gabriel holds an M.A. in Social Sciences and Economics and both an M.A. and a Ph.D. (1989) in theology from the University of Vienna, as well as an M.A. in international relations from the Diplomatic Academy, Vienna. She has studied languages in France, Russia, and Spain, and has had wide experience in both ecumenical and interreligious dialogues in Europe and internationally. Currently president of the Society of Catholic Social Ethics in Central Europe, and founder and president of the Centre for Ecumenical Ethics (since 2008), she initiated and co-directed the Vienna Christian-Muslim Summer University (2006, 2008, 2010), and has participated in both Austrian-Indonesian and Austrian-Iranian Conferences. …

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