University of Luxembourg
Dr. Konstantinos Papastathis is currently a research associate at the University of Luxembourg. He has studied theology, philosophy and political science at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) and K.U. Leuven. He has worked as a research fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2011-13), as well as an adjunct lecturer at AUTh (2008-12). His main research interests involve politics and religion, church history, as well as Middle Eastern studies. He currentlyy works on the interaction between religion and the radical right in Europe, as well as on the so-called Jerusalem Question. He has published in peer-reviewed journals (Politics, Religion and Ideology; Middle Eastern Studies; British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies; Jerusalem Quarterly; Journal of Eastern Christian Studies; Religion, State and Society, and others), as well as in collective volumes.
- Law and Religion at the Workplace: Luxembourg, Poirier, Philippe; Papastathis, Konstantinos, in Rodriguez Blanco, Miguel (Ed.) Law and religion in the Workplace (2016, December)
- Christian-Muslim Encounters: George of Trebizond and the ‘Inversion’ of Eastern Discourse towards Islam in the 15th Century, Papastathis, Konstantinos, in Methuen, Charlotte; Spicer, Andrew; Wolffs, John (Eds.) Christianity and Religious Plurality (2015)
- Religious Discourse and Radical Right Politics in Contemporary Greece, 2010-2014, Papastathis, Konstantinos, in Politics, Religion & Ideology (formerly Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions) (2015), 16(2-3), 218-247
- Les juridictions religieuses au Luxembourg, Poirier, Philippe; Papastathis, Konstantinos, in Wieshaider, Wolfgang; Potz, Richard (Eds.) Les juridictions religieuses et l'Etat en Europe (2015, October 01)