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Ulrich H.H. Duchrow

Ulrich H.H. Duchrow, German theology studies educator. Founder, member Kairos Europa, since 1990; co-founder, member Ecumenical Network on Justice, Peace, Integrity of Creation, since 1983; Member of International Bonhoeffer Society, International Association of Mission Studies.

Background

  • Duchrow, Ulrich H.H. was born on June 13, 1935 in Hannover, Germany. Son of Hans and Hildegard (Damm) Duchrow.

  • Education

    • Abitur, Martino-Katharineum, Braunschweig, Germany, 1955. Doctor of Theology, Heidelberg University, 1963. Habilitation, 1968.

    Career

    • Executive secretary Interdisc. Institute, Heidelberg, 1963—1970. Director department studies Lutheran World Federation, Geneva, 1970—1977.

      Guest professor Ecumenical Institute, Bossey, 1977—1978. Ecumenical officer Church of Baden, Germany, 1979—2000. Professor systematic theology University Heidelberg, Germany, since 1984.

      Consultant World Council of Churches, Geneva, since 1985.

    Works

    • Author: Conflict Over the Ecumenical Movement, 1981, Global Economy: A Confessional Issue for the Churches?, 1987, Europe in the World System: Is Justice Possible?, 1992, Alternatives to Global Capitalism: Drawn From Biblical History, Designed for Political Action, 1995.

    Religion

    Denomination: Protestant

    Membership

    Founder, member Kairos Europa, since 1990. Co-founder, member Ecumenical Network on Justice, Peace, Integrity of Creation, since 1983. Member of International Bonhoeffer Society, International Association of Mission Studies.

    Personality

    Interests

    Hiking, mountain climbing.

    Connections

    • Married Ulrik Scharmer, April 16, 1963. Children: Johannes, Anselm, Julia.
    • father: Hans Duchrow
    • mother: Hildegard (Damm) Duchrow
    • spouse: Ulrik Scharmer
    • children: Johannes Duchrow
    • Anselm Duchrow
    • Julia Duchrow
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    Born June 13, 1935
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    • 1955
      Martino-Katharineum
    • 1963
      Heidelberg University
    • 1963 - 1970
      Executive, secretary Interdisc. Institute
      Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
    • 1970 - 1977
      director, department studies Lutheran World Federation
      Geneva, Illinois, United States
    • 1977 - 1978
      guest professor, Ecumenical Institute
      Bossey, Rhone-Alpes, France
    • 1979
      ecumenical officer, Church of Baden
      Germany
    • 1984
      professor, systematic theology University Heidelberg
      Germany