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R Pandey

CURRICULUM VITAE

Name and first name: Radu Preda.

Date and place of birth: October 23, 1972 in Galați.

Postal address: INTER, 461, 1 HP, Cluj-Napoca.

Education:
Central School (baccalaureate, 1991).
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Orthodox theology (Licence, 1995).
"Ruprecht-Karl", Heidelberg (doctoral studies, 1995-1999).
The University "Babes-Bolyai" University, Cluj-Napoca (Phd, 2002).
"Aristotle", Thessaloniki (Postdoctoral Studies, 2003/2004).

Field of competence:
Orthodox theology, social (see www.teologia-sociala.ro).

Teaching experience:
Assistant at the Faculty of Orthodox theology of the BBU (1999-2001).
Assistant at the Faculty of Orthodox theology of the BBU (2001-2003).
Lecturer at the Faculty of Orthodox theology of the BBU (2003-2012).
Lecturer at the Faculty of Orthodox theology of the UBB (in 2012).
Occasional classes at the Catholic Institute of Paris (2003, 2005, 2007).
Courses at summer school at the University of Florence (2001, 2002).
Occasional courses at the University of Vienna (2004, 2006, 2012).
Occasional lectures at the University of Mainz (2007, 2011).
Visiting Professor at the University "Leibniz", Hannover (2006/2007).
Visiting Professor at the University of Vienna (2008/2009).

Experience in research:
Participant in the "Leonardo da Vinci-Long life learning" of the European Union.
Participant in the "Leonardo da Vinci-DUKOM: Promotion of horizontal and vertical transferability of skills for that, support and counseling in nursing, social and health formation in Europe" of the European Union.
Participant in the "Erasmus" Programme of the European Union.
Invited researcher at the "Forschungsinstitut für Philosophie (FIPH)".
Local coordinator within the "Central European Exchange Program for University Studies (CEEPUS).

Experience in communication:
Journalism studies and practice on the matter in Frankfurt and Stuttgart (1993, 1995).
Permanent contributor to Radio free Europe in Munich (1993-1994).
The editor-in-Chief of the journal Renaissance of the Archbishopric of VAD, Feleac and Cluj (1995, 2000-2002).
Editor of the journal of Romanian Orthodox Metropolitanate placed above for Germany and Central Europe (1998-2002).
Director of Radio Revival (1999-2000).
Spokesman for the Archbishopric of VAD, Feleac and Cluj (2000-2002).
Editor of Inter. Romanian Review for Theological and Religious Studies (since 2007).
Editor of the series, Dale Eikon Theology, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (since 2008).
Coeditor of Theology, Dialogica Eikon, Cluj-Napoca (2012).
Coeditor of the Deutsch-Theologische Bibliothek Rumänische, Schiller, Sibiu/Bonn (from 2012).
Coeditor of Doxa & Praxis. Exploring Orthodox Theology, World Council of Churches Publications, Geneva/Volos (in 2012).

List of works: see annex.

Participation in conferences: see annex.

Institutional affiliations:
Director of the Romanian Institute for Orthodox Studies Inter-Inter-denominational and Inter-religious (INTER), Cluj-Napoca.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Gesellschaft für Ostkirchenrecht, Vienna.
Member of the Board of Directors of the European Forum of Orthodox Schools of Theology.
Membership in the Gesellschaft für evangelische Theologie, Bamberg.
Member of the Deutsche Vereinigung für Religionswissenschaft (formerly DVRG), Leipzig.
Membership in the Association of Bioethicists in Central Europe, Vienna.
Program Director in the Centre for Ecumenical and Interreligious Studies at the University "Babes-Bolyai" University, Cluj-Napoca.
A founding member of the Christian-Democratic Foundation in Bucharest.

Languages known:
German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, Russian.