Judith Wolfe is the Professor of Philosophical Theology at the University of St Andrews.  She joined the School of Divinity in 2014, after previous appointments as Director of Studies in Theology at St John’s College, Oxford, and post-doctoral fellow at the European College of Liberal Arts in Berlin.

Besides her involvement in the leadership of the School of Divinity, Professor Wolfe serves internationally on advisory and editorial boards in the areas of theology, philosophical theology, and theology and the arts.

She has been an invited speaker at academic conferences, seminars and workshops in the UK, USA, across Europe, and in the Middle East. She also speaks and writes internationally at literary festivals, other public events, and in the media. She has recently talked about the philosophy of hope on BBC Radio 4’s In Our Time, and about theology and the arts on PBS’s Closer to Truth.

She holds a BA in English Literature and Interdisciplinary Honours Studies (Amirim) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, an MPhil in English Literature (1500-1660) from Oxford, an MA in Theology from Oxford, and a DPhil in Theology, also from Oxford.

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