Chris Dyczek OFM

Chris Dyczek holds a B.A. in Philosophy, and an MA in Historical Theology from Fordham University. In 2009 he obtained a PhD in Memory and Journey Symbolism from St. Mary’s University, Twickenham. He has taught GCE English and African Literature in a Malawian secondary school. He has lectured in Church History, and at the University of Kent, he taught courses on Early Christian Writers, the Formulation of Christian Doctrine, and Theology and Literature.

Chris is Administrator of the FISC Distance Learning Programme. 

Fields of Interest.

Narrative theology in biblical, Early Church, Medieval and modern cultural versions. Conversion stories as the spiritual journeys of individuals such as St. Paul, St. Augustine and St. Francis, and the community benefits of hearing these.

Chris has published articles on Frederic Ozanam, on the African theologian Mercy Amba Oduyoye, and on areas of potential dialogue between Franciscan theologians and Muslim thinkers in the thirteenth century.

He is currently completing a book on the writings of Frederic Ozanam.