Srećko Koralija OP - MSt Syriac Studies 2013-2014 and MSt Oriental Studies 2014-2015
Srećko Koralija, OP is a Vice-Chancellor's Scholar of the University of Cambridge (PhD in Theology and Religious Studies 2016-). His research project is focused on the Septuagint (Greek) and Peshitta (Syriac) texts of the book of Genesis and will examine their linguistic and conceptual interrelationship. The purpose of the project is to investigate how the translators were concerned with the translation and transformation of biblical episodes and single biblical words with special reference to the cross-cultural and religious contexts of a particular text, period and religious group.
He was previously an MSt student in both Syriac and Oriental studies at Blackfriars from 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 respectively, and also holds degrees from the University of Fribourg (BA and MA in Theology) and from the Pontifical Biblical Commission-Vatican (SSB). He has also completed a course Jews, Christians and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges at the Woolf Institute (Cambridge, UK)