Папаниколау Аристотель
Профессиональные интересы: Догматическое богословие, Политология, Религия и мир
Конфессии: Христианство, Православие

Краткая биографическая справка: Aristotle Papanikolaou is Associate Professor of Theology and a co-founding director of the Orthodox Christian Studies Program at Fordham as well as co-founder and director of LOGOS, an interdisciplinary forum of Orthodox scholars.  After graduating from Fordham and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, he earned his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago.  
Библиография работ автора:


The Mystical as Political: Democracy and Non-Radical Orthodoxy

(Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2012).

Being with God: Trinity, Apophaticism, and Divine-Human Communion

(Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2006).

Co-Edited Books

Virtue in Eastern Christianity, eds. Aristotle Papanikolaou and Perry Hamalis (Special Issue of Studies In Christian Ethics, forthcoming)

Orthodox Constructions of the ‘West’, eds. George Demacopoulos and Aristotle Papanikolaou (New York: Fordham University Press, 2012).

Orthodox Readings of Augustine, eds. George Demacopoulos and Aristotle Papanikolaou (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2008).

Thinking through Faith: New Perspectives from Orthodox Christian Scholars, eds. Aristotle Papanikolaou and Elizabeth Prodromou (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2008)

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

“Integrating the ascetical and the eucharistic: current challenges in Orthodox ecclesiology,”

 International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 11:2 (2011): 173-87.

“Orthodoxy, Post-Modernism, and Ecumenism: The Difference that Divine-HumanCommunion Makes,”

 Journal of Ecumenical Studies 42:4 (Fall 2007): 527-46.

(Reprinted in Ecumenical Directions in the United States Today: Churches on a Theological Journey, eds. Antonios Kireopoulos with Juliana Mecera [New York:Paulist Press, 2012]).

“Liberating Eros: Confession and Desire,”

The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 26:1 (Spring/Summer 2006): 115-36.

“Is John Zizioulas an Existentialist in Disguise: Response to Lucian Turcescu?” Modern Theology 20:4 (October 2004): 601-07.

“Divine Energies or Divine Personhood: Vladimir Lossky and John Zizioulas on conceiving the

transcendent and immanent God,” Modern Theology

19:3 (July 2003) 357-85.

(Translated into Serbian and Published in

 Bogoslovlje: Journal of the Faculty of 

Orthodox Theology, University of Belgrade

67:1 [2008]: 82-113.)

“Byzantium, Orthodoxy, and Democracy,”

 Journal of the American Academy of Religion


(March 2003): 75-98.


(Translated into Serbian and Published in

 Bogoslovlie: Journal of 

the Faculty of Orthodox Theology, University of Belgrade

68:1 [2009]: 1-24.



and Abuse: Hans Urs von Balthasar and feminist theologians in conversation,”

 Modern Theology

19:1 (January 2003): 41-65.

Invited Articles

“The Ascetics of War: The Undoing and Redoing of Virtue,” in

Orthodox Perspectives on War,

ed. Perry Hamalis (University of Notre Dame Press, 2014).

“Orthodox Liberalism: The Politics of Divine-Human Communion,” in


Synthesis or ‘Post-Patristic’ Theology? Can Orthodox Theology be Contextual?

, ed.

Pantelis Kalaitzidis (Athens: Indiktos, 2013).

“Creation as Communion in Contemporary Orthodox Theology,” in

Toward an Ecology of 

Transfiguration: Orthodox Christian Perspectives on Environment, Nature, and 


, eds. John Chryssavgis and Bruce Foltz (New York: Fordham University Press,


“Creation as Dynamic Intentionality: Vladimir Lossky’s Metaphysics of Love,” in

Creation and 


, Vol. 2:

A Companion on Recent Theological Movements

, ed. Ernst Conradie

(LIT-Verlag, 2012): 35-40.

“Trinity,” in

Orthodox Christian World 

, ed. Augustine Casiday (Routledge: 2012): 396-408.

“Contemporary Orthodox Currents on the Trinity,”

Oxford Handbook on the Trinity

, eds. Gilles

Emery OP and Matthew Levering (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011): 328-38.

“Sophia, Apophasis and Communion: The Trinity in Contemporary Orthodox Theology,” in

Cambridge Companion to the Trinity

, ed. Peter C. Phan (Cambridge: Cambridge

University Press, 2011): 243-58.

“Tradition or Identity Politics: The Role of the ‘West’ in Contemporary Orthodox Theology,” in

Tradition and Dogma: What kind of Dogmatic Theology do we propose for the present?

(Theology Faculty of Arad, Romania, 2010): 242-250. (Reprinted in the Romanian



, 3-4 (2010): 18-25.) (Translated into Greek and reprinted in


81:4 [2010]: 397-405).

“Personhood and its exponents in Twentieth-Century Orthodox Theology,” in


Companion to Christian Orthodox Theology

, eds. Elizabeth Theokritoff and Mary

Cunningham (2008): 232-45.

“Created for Communion: Vladimir Lossky on Creation and the Divine Ideas,” in


 Methodios of Boston: A Festal Volume on the 25


Anniversary of His Episcopal Ministry

(1982-2007) (NewRome Press, Palmyra, VA, 2008): 650-669.

“Augustine and the Orthodox: The ‘West’ in the East”[co-authored with George

Demacopoulos] in

Orthodox Readings of Augustine

, eds. George Demacopoulos and

Aristotle Papanikolaou (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2008): 11-40.

“Honest to God: Confession and Desire,” in

Thinking through Faith: New Perspectives from

Orthodox Scholars

, eds. Aristotle Papanikolaou and Elizabeth Prodromou (St. Vladimir’s

Seminary Press, 2008): 219-46.

“Reasonable Faith and a Trinitarian Logic: Faith and Reason in

Eastern Orthodox Theology,” in

 Restoring Faith in Reason

, eds. Laurence Paul Hemming and Susan Frank Parsons

(Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2002): 237-55.

Entries for Encyclopedias and Dictionaries

“Orthodox Theology,” in

Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology

, eds. Ian A. McFarland,

David A. S. Fergusson, Karen Kilby, and Iain R. Torrance (Cambridge University Press,

2011): 358-60.

“Contemporary Orthodox Theology,” “Holy Trinity” and “Stăniloae, Dumitru,” in


of Eastern Orthodox Christianity

, ed. John A. McGuckin (Wiliey-Blackwell, 2011): 142-

46; 310-16; 582-83.

“Apophaticism,” “Grace of God in the Eastern Orthodox Tradition,” “Incarnation in the

Orthodox Tradition,” “Lossky, Vladimir,” and “Trinity in Eastern Orthodoxy,” in

Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity

, ed. Daniel Patte (Cambridge University Press,

2010): 63; 477-78; 588; 738; 1248-49.

“Orthodox Theology” in Erwin Fahlbusch, Jan Milič Lochman, John Mbiti, Jaroslav Pelikan,

Lukas Vischer, eds.; Geoffrey W. Bromiley, English-language ed.; David B. Barnett,

statistical ed.,

 Encyclopedia of Christianity

, vol. 5 (Grand Rapids, MI: William B.

Eerdmans Publishing Co.; Leiden: Brill, 2008), pp. 414–418. (Reprinted in Dutch as “Ortodoks teologi i det 20. arhundret” in  Moderne teologi. Tradisjon og nytenkning hos det 20. arrhundrets teologer, ed. Staale Johannes Kristiansen and Svein Rise (Norwegian Academic Press, 2008), 60-72. (Reprinted in Fifty Theological Thinkers– From Modern

to Postmodern Theologians, ed. Staale Johannes Kristiansen and Svein Rise (Farnham:

Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2012).


Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in the Humanities, Fordham University, 2012

Louisville Institute Sabbatical Grant for Researchers, AY 2012-13

Fordham Faculty Fellowship, AY 2012-13

Archon of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, October 2010

Fordham Faculty Fellowship, AY 2007-08

E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation Grant, AY 2007-08

Appointed Tenured Member of the Faculty at Fordham University, 1 September 2006

Fordham Faculty Fellowship, Fall 2003

Doctoral Fellow In-Resident, Holy Cross, 1995-96

Taylor Scholarship, 1991-95

Jouin Award (awarded to the student at Fordham University with the best record of achievement in Theology), 1988

Phi Beta Kappa, 1988

Alpha Sigma Nu, 1988

Phi Kappa Phi, 1987

William J. Cook Scholarship Fund of the Chicago Community Trust, 1984-88

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