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KHK Visiting Research Fellow 2010, Adjunct Professor "Privatdozentin", Institute for Theology and Social Ethics, Protestant Theology, Technical University of Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany

In 2005 Gesche Linde was appointed Adjunct Professor (“Privatdozentin”) of Systematic Theology and Philosophy of Religion at Goethe University’s Protestant Theology Department. She had been a Research Associate at the same department since 1999 and was appointed Substitute Professor from 2006-2008. In addition she was, until 2010, vice director of the Institute for the Philosophy of Religion at Goethe University. Gesche Linde received a one-year DAAD scholarship for research at the Peirce Edition Project, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, in 1995 and was awarded the “Luther-Stipendium” by the Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau in 1994.

Gesche Linde has specialized on pragmatism and semiotics of religion, with a focus on classical American pragmatism (James, Peirce) and the semiotics of antiquity, scholasticism, and Peirce. Her general research agenda is directed at the design of an integrated theory of action and language as a cornerstone for theory of religion. Her KHK project with the title “Structure and Interpretation: A Semiotic Analysis of Language and Action as a Foundation for a Theory of Religion.” will serve this goal by expanding Peirce’s semiotics to action theory.

Education

Dr. habil., Systematic Theology and Philosophy of Religion, Department of Protestant Theology, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main, Germany, 2005

Th.D. s.c.l., Systematic Theology, Department of Protestant Theology, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main, Germany, 2004

First Church Examination, Protestant Theology, Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen, Germany, 1991

KHK Fellowship

Duration: April 2010 – March 2011
Project: Structure and Interpretation: A Semiotic Approach to Language and Action as a Foundation for a Theory of Religion

Individual Researcher of Structure and Interpretation

Former Fellow of Käte Hamburger Kolleg