Prof Ivana Noble

Research Interests:

Ivana’s research interests include Ecumenical Theology, i.e. theology of different Christian traditions in conversation and Modern/Postmodern Orthodox Theology and Spirituality. She has been in charge of a project on Orthodox Theology in the West for 5 years. She is also interested in Hermeneutics and Theological Anthropology and Theology and the Arts. She is currently in charge of 6 years project under Charles University – Theological Anthropology in Ecumenical Perspective). Ivana is also a painter and occasionally publish poetry.

Publications:

Noble, Ivana, Noble, Tim, Bauerová, Kateřina, and Parushev, Parush. Mnohohlas pravoslavné teologie ve 20. století na Západě {The Many Voices of the 20th Century Orthodox Theology in the West}. Brno: CDK, 2015, p. 295.

Noble, Ivana, Noble, Tim, Bauerová, Kateřina, and Parushev, Parush. Wrestling with the Mind of the Fathers. Yonkers, NY: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2015, p. 283.

Noble, Ivana, Bauerová, Kateřina, Noble, Tim, and Parushev, Parush. Cesty pravoslavné teologie ve 20. století na Západ.  Brno: CDK, 2012. p. 411.

English translation: Ways of Orthodox Theology in the West, SVS, Yonkers, NY, 2015.

Russian translation: Пути православного богословия на Запад в ХХ веке, – Москва: ББИ, 2016.

Noble, Ivana. Theological Interpretation of Culture in Post-Communist Context: Central and East European Search for Roots. Farnham – Burlington: Ashgate, 2010, p. 220.

Prize: The Competition of High-Quality Monographs of Charles University, Prague, 2012.

Noble, Ivana. Tracking God: An Ecumenical Fundamental Theology. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock,  2010, p.261.