Stanisław Grodź is a Lecturer in the Department of the History and Ethnology of Religion, Catholic University of Lublin (KUL), Poland
He studied theology and the study of religions (MTh, KUL 1994 / SOAS London 1997-1998 / MA in Islamic Studies, University of Birmingham 1999 / ThD, KUL 2003); he spent three-years in Ghana (1988-1990; 2006) as a member of the Divine Word Missionaries (SVD). His research focuses on the history and contemporary issues of Muslim-Christian relations, especially in Africa and Europe; trends of African Christian theology; interaction between religions in Africa; interreligious dialogue.
He has published Afrykańska chrystologia na tle rodzimego kontekstu kulturowego [African Christology in Its Indigenous Cultural Context]. Lublin: TN KUL 2005 (based on his ThD thesis) and over 40 articles in Polish and English (in edited books and periodicals).