Affiliate Lecturer, Woolf Institute, Cambridge
Dr Gorazd Andrejč is currently an Affiliate Lecturer at the Woolf Institute, Cambridge, focusing especially on designing and teaching online courses. In his previous post, he was a Postdoc Fellow at the Woolf Institute, and before that an Associate Lecturer at the University of Exeter where he taught courses in philosophy of religion. Gorazd holds a PhD from University of Exeter (Philosophy of Religion), a MSt in the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations from the University of Cambridge, and an MA in Education (Philosophy and Physics) from University of Maribor, Slovenia.
With his background in philosophies of religion, mind and language, as well as phenomenology, philosophical theology and interreligious studies, Gorazd’s current research interests are different modes of interreligious and religious-secular communication and disagreement, epistemological virtues and vices in religious contexts (especially, but not exclusively, in Christianity), and comparative environmentalist philosophy. His monograph Wittgenstein and Interreligious Disagreement: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives, a result of a three-year Research Fellowship at the Woolf Institute, has been published by Palgrave Macmillan in September 2016.