Miroslav Volf, Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, is the Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale Divinity School. He was educated in his native Croatia, the United States, and Germany, earning doctoral and post-doctoral degrees from the University of Tübingen. Professor Volf has published and edited nine books and over 60 scholarly articles. Most of his work addresses the intersection between faith and aspects of contemporary life, such as economics, politics, and inter-faith relations. His book Exclusion and Embrace, in which he reflects on conflicts raging around the question of identity, won the 2002 Grawemeyer Award in Religion.
Prior to coming to Yale, Miroslav taught at Fuller Seminary for a decade. He is married to Judy Gundry-Volf, a New Testament scholar and faculty member at Yale Divinity School. They have two children, Nathanael and Aaron, and live in the New Haven area. He enjoys the ocean, sailing, biking, skiing and playing soccer with his boys.