Hermeneutische Untersuchungen zur Theologie
Edited by Pierre Bühler, Christof Landmesser, Margaret Mitchell and Philipp Stoellger
HUTh is an international monograph series in which theological works in the field of hermeneutics are published. These works deliberately transcend the boundaries of specific individual theological disciplines, a fact which indicates the basic hermeneutic reflection as a recurring concept in all theological work. Since hermeneutics applies to various disciplines, the series also fosters interdisciplinary discussions, mainly with philosophical hermeneutics. Thus the series includes a wide range of systematic-theological, historical and exegetical studies dedicated to the pursuit of hermeneutic reflection.
An international team of editors, containing systematic theologians as well as exegetes, is in charge of this series, which accepts works which do not necessarily advocate a certain hermeneutic position but which show a willingness to deal with hermeneutic problems. The works published are monographs by well-known scholars as well as outstanding dissertations and habilitations.
Edited volumes in paperback
Since 2011 we have been publishing paperbacks in addition to cloth-bound monographs in our Hermeneutische Untersuchungen zur Theologie (HUTh) series, which documents conferences and research projects on current issues in hermeneutics in the form of edited volumes. In doing so, our intention is to instigate or describe discussions in the field of hermeneutics and to comment on current discussions in this field of research with contributions from various authors.
ISSN: 0440-7180 / eISSN: 2569-4065 - Suggested citation: HUTh