Since 2003, I work as a lecturer in Philosophy of Religion at the Center for Theology and Religious Studies. I am also an associate professor in the same subject. Teaching, supervision, research, and administrative assignments - in different proportions at different times - characterize my everyday life.
My research interest is predominantly communication about hard-to-conceptualize entities such as god, the unspeakable, the totality of being, meaning of life, etc. What I enjoy most about my work is to follow doctoral students through graduate education. It is a privilege to be allowed to contribute to them honing their new ideas and arguments and finally launching them in the form of the thesis. The current year, 2019, I am a member of the CTR's board and HT's nomination committee.