Professor Bloechl has taught in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, India, Italy and Lithuania. He specializes in philosophy of religion, Christian philosophy and comtemporary European philosophy.
Other Professional Activities
Series Editor, "Thresholds in Philosophy and Theology," University of Notre Dame Press
Multiple editorial boards of journals and book series
Founding director of the Joint MA Program in Philosophy and Theology
Co-organizer of interdisciplinary research conference on suffering (Rome, 2017)
Some Recent Publications
"Inventions of Christianity," in G.-J. van der Heiden, G. van Kooten, and A. Cimino, eds., Saint Paul and Philosophy (Berlin: deGruyter). pp. 47-65.
"Theological Terms in Philosophy of Levinas," forthcoming in M. Morgan (ed.), Oxford Handbook of the Thought of Emmanuel Levinas
"Phenomenology, Catholic Thought, and the University. Lesson from the Contemporary French Discussion," forthcoming in G. Floyd and S. Rumpza (ed.), The Catholic Reception of Phenomenolgy in North America (University of Toronto Press)
"Being and Praying," in International Journal for Speculative Philosophy (forthcoming)