Michael Dormandy, PhD
Senior Scientist

Department of Biblical and Historical Theology
Karl-Rahner-Platz 1 (ground floor, room E 16)
6020 Innsbruck
Tel.: + 43(0)512/507-8631
E-Mail: michael.dormandy@uibk.ac.at

Consultation time: on appointment


Michael initially studied Classics and later Theology at Oxford University, followed by a PhD in Theology at Cambridge, examining our earliest Greek manuscripts that originally contained the whole Bible. He has since published on Biblical manuscripts, Greek papyri and Paul in Ignatius of Antioch. This all contributes to a general interest in the early church’s understanding of Scripture. His work has appeared in venues such as Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism, Studia Patristica and New Testament Studies and he has monographs out or in production with Rombach and De Gruyter. He also has an academic side-interest in the seventeenth-century priest, Bartholomaeus Holzhauser, whose work he has edited. Prior to coming to Innsbruck, Michael was a Lecturer at Ripon College, Cuddesdon, an Anglican seminary in England, and an Associate Member of the Faculty of Theology, University of Oxford. Michael is married to Katherine and serves as a priest in the Church of England. Outside of work, he enjoys his cake and espionage fiction.


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