Dr. Nikolaos Asproulis

Nikolaos Asproulis is Deputy Director of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies (Greece) and Lecturer at the Graduate Program on Eastern Orthodox Studies at the Hellenic Open University. He studied theology at the University of Athens (1993-1997), earning his masters degree from the Hellenic Open University (2007). His doctoral thesis focused on “Creation, History, Eschata in Modern Orthodox Theological Hermeneutics in the work of Georges Florovsky and John Zizioulas.” Since 2014, Dr. Asproulis coordinates the Network of Ecumenical Learning in Central and Eastern Europe (Nelcee), while participating in international conferences as well as authoring numerous articles on contemporary Orthodox theology and its role in the world. He is co-editor with P. Kalaitzidis of the Orthodox Handbook for Ecumenism: Resources for theological education (Volos Academy, WCC, and Regnum Books, 2014) and with J. Chryssavgis of Theology as Doxology and Science: The Essential Writings of Nikos Nissiotis (Lexington, Fortress, 2019).