Dr Eirini Artemi

Research interests

Dr Eirini Artemi has two bachelors in theology and classical Philology from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has a master and doctorate in theology and especially in the History of Dogma and Patristic Theology from the University of Athens. Her post-doctorate is about ancient and Byzantine Greek Philosophy.

She teaches as an adjunct professor in the postgraduate program of theology at the Hellenic Open University. Also, she teaches at the Israel Institute of Biblical studies of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She has presented more than 50 papers at international conferences. She has published many papers in peer reviewers journals. In 2020-2022 she is awarded a scholarship for a post-doctorate program at the European Scientific Institute at Almeria University.

Eirini’s talk on human flourishing during the ORIC Third International Conference Holiness, Perfection, Theosis

Publications

The ontological and gnosiological terms for the person of Holy Virgin Mother according to the writings of Epiphanius the monk (1015AD), Proceedings of the conference Nis and Symposium XVII, Nis 2019, pp. 483-490.

“Clement of Alexandria (c. 150-215) and the use of musical metaphors and musical myths in his texts”, Susana Beatriz Violante, Ricardo da Costa (Orgs.). Mirabilia 28 (2019/1), The Medieval Aesthetics: Image and Philosophy, p. 444-458. Επαναδημοσίευση στον Εκκλησιαστικό Φάρο της Αλεξάνδρειας, τόμος Πθ (2018-2019), Αλεξάνδρεια 2019, σ. 59-76.

 Artemi & Terezis, The mystical theology as a path of man for the divine Knowledge in the writings of Gregory of Nyssa, Dionysius Areopagite, and Maximus the Confessor. De Medio Aevo 13, 1/2019: 153-176

 The ‘Logos’ in the teaching of Marcellus of Ancyra and Sabellius, , Vb Volynskyi Blahovisnyk annual theological and historical scientific journal Volyn Orthodox Theological Academy of the OCU, VB. – . 7, 2019. – P. 99-121, 22 October 2019.

The gifts of the Holy Spirit in their Pneumatology of Cyril of Alexandria, in Olga Sevastyanova and Nikolaos Asproulis (eds.) Understanding Orthodox Christian Spirituality Today. Insights from Patristic and Contemporary Theology, 21-28, Volo Academy Publication, 2019

Mystical Theology in the writings of Gregory of Nyssa and Dionysius Areopagite By E. Artemi and Chr. Trerezis, The Mystical Tradition of the Eastern Church Studies in Patristics, Liturgy, and Practice Ed. by Trostyanskiy, Sergey / Gilbert, Jess, GORGIAS PRESS 2019, p. 41-58.

 The Experience of God as Revelation and Knowledge of the Triune God in the Works of Dionysius Areopagite and Their Use in the Theology of Dumitru Stăniloae, STUDIA Universitatis Babeş‐Bolyai Theologia Orthodoxa, Volume 64 (Lxiv) 2019, Month December, Issue 2, p. 5-29.

Mystical Knowledge and Vision of God, Studia Patristica 101, ch. 11, 141-148.

 «The ontology of human personhood is its divine image”, the anthropology of St. Justin’s Popovich», in proceedings of the conference NIS AND BYZANTIUM XVIII, University of Nis in Nis Serbia, 3- 5 Ιουνίου 2019, Nis 2020, p. 23-31.

Cyril of Alexandria and Julian the Emperor in Dialogue for the Ancient Greek Philosophy and Paganism, Diakrisis Yearbook of Theology and PhilosophyVol. 3 (2020): 101–114DOI: 10.24193/diakrisis.2020.6

 The Kingdom of God in Church Fathers in the 4th century, José María Salvador González (org.). Mirabilia Ars 12 (2020/1), Imagining Middle Ages: medieval images, p. 81-100.

« The Perspective of the kingdom of God in Gregory’s of Nyssa sermons on the Lord’s Prayer in comparison with the analysis of the same prayer in Ambrose of Milan and Chrysostom texts», Επιστημονική Επιθεώρηση του Μεταπτυχιακού Προγράμματος Σπουδές στην Ορθόδοξη Θεολογία, Πάτρα 2018, ΕΑΠ, Θ,  77-99

 The theological and doxological reference to the Resurrection and the Pentecost according to the orations of Gregory Nazianzen XLI and XLV, Subbto 65, no. 1 (2020): 49-69, DOI:10.24193/subbto.2020.1.04 (Επανέκδοση στο.

p. 650-673.

“Is the Eternal Salvation a Gift Only for Orthodoxy? Theological Approaches to People of Orthodoxy, Heterodoxy and Heresy about the Eternal Salvation” chapter in tome, Daniel Munteanu eds, “Okumene ist keine Haresie”, Theologische Beltrage zu einer okumenischen Kultur, publ. Brill.

Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh, 2020, p. 383-396, Seine Allheiligkeit der Ökumenische Patriarch Bartholomaios Idoi:10.30965/9783657760183_030.

John Chrysostom’s Teaching about the Holy Bible and the Necessity of Reading it Daily, Studia Patristica CIII, 175-182. © Peeters Publishers, 2020.

 Λήμμα για τον Άγιο Κύριλλο Αλεξανδρείας, 21 σελίδες στην επίσημη διαδικτυακή εγκυκλοπαίδεια των Πατέρων του Πανεπιστημίου Cuyo του Πανεπιστημίου της Θεολογίας του San Juan της Αργεντινής,

The connection of the Soul and the body in the writing “On the Soul and the Resurrection” of Gregory of Nyssa, Association International of Patristic Studies, p. 21, 10/10/2020.

 Biblioteca de Patristica or Cuyo University of San Juan Argentina «Todas Las Voces The Divine Personhood Of The Holy Spirit In The Teaching Of Gregory Nazianzen»,

Is the discovery of the gnostic and apocryphal gospels as a “weapon”against Christianity? the case of the gospels of Judas and of Maria Magdalen.pp. 22- 41,  in Actas 2º Congreso internacional de estudios patrísticos Los descubrimientos de manuscritos de la antigüedad tardía:su impacto en los estudios patrísticos y en la contemporaneidad, in San Juan of Argentina University Cuyo Christian Anthropology and the relation with Positive Psychology and Human Flourishing in the 21st Century through the Orthodox Christian Teaching. Number DOI:

VB. – № 8, 2020. – P. 79-101. Published: 22 October 2020, VB • VOLYNSKYI BLAHOVISNYK

 Aspects of Gregory’s of Nyssa Anthropology in his treatise “On the making of man”, Terezis Ch.- Artemi, E., Number DOI, VB. – № 8, 2020. – p. 147-171. Published: 22 October 2020 (greek)

 “Is the Eternal Salvation a Gift only for Orthodoxy? Theological Approaches to Orthodoxy , Heterodoxy, Heresy and Eternal Salvation”, Danuel Munteanu, Okemene ist Keine Haresie, Brill 2021, ch. 23, 441-454.

 “Human “Image and Likeness” of God in the Anthropology of Cyril of Alexandria in his Commentaries on Pentateuch”, in Ex Patribus Lux Essays on Orthodox Theological Anthropology and Georges Florovsky’s Theology, Nikolaos Asproulis & Olga Sevastyanova (eds.), VOLOS ACADEMY PUBLICATIONS VOLOS, 2021, p. 25-32.

Mystical Knowledge and Vision of God, chapter 11 in  STUDIA PATRISTICA VOL. CI Gregory of Nyssa’s Mystical Eschatology Edited by GIULIO MASPERO, MIGUEL BRUGAROLAS and ILARIA VIGORELLI (2021), 143-151.

 “Biblical Theology the Psalms, the Hymns, and the texts of the Old Testament and their use in holy Monday and Tuesday”, in 2020, SUBBTO 65, no. 2 (2020): 113-132, DOI:10.24193/subbto.2020.2.08

 Cyril of Alexandria (412-444) and his patriarchic period according to Socrates Scholasticus, διορθωμένο καί επανέκδοση στο Journal of Medieval and Islamic History, Vol. XII (2018-2019), p. 29-46.

John Chrysostom’s teaching about the Holy Bible and the Necessity of reading it daily, Studia Patristica 103, ed. Szram and Wysocki, The Bible in the Patristic Period, p. 175-182.

 The theological and dogmatic teaching of Gregory Palamas on his writing “the ten commandments according to Christ”, Proceedings Nis-Vizantija XIX, (2021), p. 23-32.

 The knowledge of Medicine in the writings of Basil of Caesarea.

Mirabilia Journal 32 (2021/1), p. 33-47.

 Hymns of Matins of the Feast of the Nativity of Christ in the Greek Orthodox Church, Altarul Reintregirii, Nr. 2/2021, 13-31.