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Prof. Wolfe teaches Systematic and Philosophical Theology, as well as Theology & the Arts.
In 2014, she was awarded a Teaching Excellence Award by the University of Oxford.

Current Teaching:

Prof. Wolfe is on research leave during the academic years 2021/22 and 2022/23, and is not offering undergraduate or Master’s teaching during this time. She continues to contribute to seminars and reading groups.

Current PhD Supervision:

  • Wade Bellesbach: The Artistic Vocation in Lutheran Theology
  • Dante Clementi: Silence, Language, and Christian Self-Becoming in Kierkegaard’s Writings on Matthew 6:24 – 34
  • Cameron Crickenberger: Divine Love in Aquinas and Balthasar (with Prof. Simon Oliver)
  • Lance Green: Metaphysics of Embodiment: Sacramental Ontology and Martin Heidegger [successfully defended December 2022]
  • Charles Howell: The Theological Aesthetics of Eberhard Jüngel
  • Jarek Jankowski: Analogy and Ontotheology (with Dr Euan Grant)
  • Austin Kopack: Wittgenstein, Metaphor, and Theology
  • Patrick McGlinchey: The Theological Aesthetics of the Human in the Work of Rowan Williams
  • Margaret McKerron: Thomas Erskine of Linlathen, A.J. Scott, and Practiced Theology [successfully defended December 2022]
  • Tomos Roberts-Young: The Divine Will in the Theology of F.D.E. Schleiermacher (with Prof. Bruce McCormack)
  • James Smoker: The Dark Worlds of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Imagination (with Dr Gavin Hopps)

Past Courses:

University of St Andrews (2014-2019):


    • Readings in Reformation and Early Modern Theology


    • Eschatology (MLitt in Systematic & Historical Theology)
    • Origins of Christian Theology (MLitt in Systematic & Historical Theology, co-taught with Prof. N.T. Wright)
    • Christian Doctrine and the Arts (MLitt in Theology & the Arts)
    • Theology in 20th-Century German Literature (MLitt in Systematic & Historical Theology and Theology & the Arts, co-taught with Prof. Christoph Schwöbel)
    • Selected Modern Theologian: C.S. Lewis (MLitt in Systematic & Historical Theology)
    • Reading group on Hans-Georg Gadamer, Truth and Method (2015)
    • Reading group on C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man (2016)
University of Oxford (2011-2013):


    • Modern & Systematic Theology
    • Issues in Theology 1789 -1921
    • The History and Theology of Western Christianity 1050-1350
    • The Development of Doctrine in the Early Church to AD 451
    • C.S. Lewis


    • Coordinator of the M.St. in Modern Theology (2013/14)
    • Methods and Styles in Theology (seminars and tutorials)
    • Theology and Modern European Thought (seminars)
    • German for Theologians
European College of Liberal Arts (2009-2011):
    • Forms of Love (1st Year General Studies BA Core Course)
    • Faith, Reason and Scepticism (2nd Year General Studies BA Core Course)
    • Introduction to Christianity (1st-3rd Year General Studies BA Elective)
    • The New Testament (1st-3rd Year General Studies BA Elective)
    • Not Yet in the Now: Waiting for the Apocalypse (1st-3rd Year General Studies BA Elective)
    • Phenomenology & Theology (1st Year Postgraduate Elective)

Past PhD supervision:

  • Relation-in-Distinction: Aspects of the God-Creature Relation in the Theology of John Webster
  • History, Participation and Nature: The Contribution of Thomas Aquinas’ Doctrine of Original Sin to a Contemporary Debate
  • A Phenomenological Theology of Glory
  • Religious Experience after Kierkegaard and Heidegger
  • An Ethical and Theological Reading of Heidegger’s Critique of Modernity
  • Human Essence and Soteriological End
  • Christology in the Plays of Dorothy L. Sayers
  • C.S. Lewis and the Neurotic Imagination: A Horneyian Analysis
  • The Nexus of Logos and Psyche: C. S. Lewis’s early reflections upon the nature and operation of literature