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John Templeton Foundation Spring 2013 Open Submission Cycle

As part of its spring open submission cycle, the John Templeton Foundation welcomes online funding inquiries in the areas of philosophy and theology.  The submission window is February 1 to April 1, 2013.  Proposed philosophical projects need not have religion or theology as a focus.  To submit an online funding inquiry, please visit http://www.templeton.org/what-we-fund/our-grantmaking-process. Please note […]

CoTP’s 2013 Conference: ‘The Soul’ – Call For Papers & Booking Now Open

CALL FOR PAPERS: The Soul  St Anne’s College, University of Oxford 28 June – 1 July 2013 Conference Précis: Ever since Descartes, the soul understood as immediate mental consciousness has tended to stand as a last bastion securing religious belief against naturalistic reduction. But today that bastion is under assault from the ‘new atheists’. However, […]

[CFP:] Politics, Violence and the Sacred: Exploring René Girard’s thought in Security and International Studies

POLITICS, VIOLENCE AND THE SACRED: Exploring René Girard’s thought in Security and International Studies University of Central Lancashire, UK 23-24 May 2013 “Order in human culture certainly does arise from an extreme of disorder, for such disorder is the disappearance of any and all contested objects in the midst of conflict, and it is at […]

CFP: Intellectual Property and Religious Thought

CALL FOR PAPERS  “Intellectual Property and Religious Thought” April 5, 2013 The University of St. Thomas will hold a conference titled “Intellectual Property and Religious Thought,” on April 5, 2013, co-sponsored by the Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law, and Public Policy and The University of St. Thomas Law Journal.  The conference will […]

CFP: Kierkegaard in the World

Call for Papers: KIERKEGAARD IN THE WORLD Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, 16-18 August 2013 The “Kierkegaard in the World” conference, proudly presented by the Centre for Philosophy and Phenomenology of Religion at Australian Catholic University and the Centre for Citizenship and Globalization at Deakin University, celebrates the 200th anniversary of Kierkegaard’s birth by examining the […]

CFP: The Seventh Annual Telos Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS: The Seventh Annual Telos Conference February 16-17, 2013 New York City Religion and Politics in a Post-Secular World The 21st century has been marked by both events and reflections that have explicitly challenged the long-standing liberal project of maintaining a separation between religion and politics. Not only have political conflicts become inseparable […]

CFP: LOGOS 2013: Theorizing about God – Realism in Theology

CALL FOR PAPERS LOGOS 2013: Theorizing about God – Realism in Theology May 9-11, 2013 at the University of Notre Dame Theological realism is a hot topic nowadays, and is interestingly related to issues about religious pluralism. These debates bear obvious connections to debates about realism and anti-realism in science, as well as to issues […]

CFP: Socrel / HEA Teaching and Studying Religion, 2nd Annual Symposium

Socrel / HEA Teaching and Studying Religion, 2nd Annual Symposium Call for Papers The 2012 Socrel / HEA Teaching and Studying Religion symposium will explore the theme: Religion and Citizenship: Re-Thinking the Boundaries of Religion and the Secular. The symposium is organised by Socrel, the BSA Sociology of Religion Study Group, with funding from the […]

CFP: 4th International Conference on Peace and Reconciliation

Call for papers 4th International Conference on Peace and Reconciliation (ICPR) Mediating Peace: Reconciliation through Art, Music and Film The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel 6–9 November 2012 Call for workshop/seminar papers This is the fourth ICPR conference which, building on the previous three conferences, will examine how visual art, music and film, can play […]

SSCE 2012 Conference: Theological Anthropology

Society for the Study of Christian Ethics 2012 Annual Conference: Theological Anthropology 7-9 September 2012 University of Cambridge, Westcott House The 2012 SSCE Conference will be devoted to theological reflection on questions old and new about what/who human beings are, and what it means to be human. These questions will be addressed from various perspectives, […]

Call for Submissions: The Arthur Peakocke Student Essay Prize

Science and Religion Forum The Arthur Peacocke Student Essay Prize Call for Submissions: ‘The Soul: Can the concept of the soul still have meaning? In memory of its founding President and former Chairman, the Revd Dr Arthur Peacocke, the Science and Religion Forum offers a prize for an essay directly relevant to the theme of […]

CFP: Analytical Approaches to Thomas Aquinas

ANALYTICAL APPROACHES TO THOMAS AQUINAS CRACOW, 26th of MAY 2012 We have a pleasure to announce that on the 26th of May 2012 in Cracow, Poland it will take place an international conference on Philosophy an Theology devoted to the contemporary approaches to the work of saint Thomas Aquinas. We would like to encourage an […]

CFP: Borders, Boundaries and Transgressions

British Association for the Study of Religions Annual Conference University of Winchester 5th – 7th September 2012 The theme for the conference this year is Borders, Boundaries and Transgressions: within and between religions. Confirmed keynote speakers include Prof. Douglas Davies from the University of Durham and Prof. Douglas Pratt from the University of Waikato, New […]

Theatrical Theology: Registration and Additional Speakers

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for Theatrical Theology: Conversations on Performing the Faith, a conference sponsored by the Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the Arts at the University of St Andrews on 15-17 August, 2012. You can access the link to registration by visiting the conference website (www.theatricaltheology.co.uk) or simply […]

CFP: Theatrical Theology: Conversations on Performing the Faith

The Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the Arts at the University of St Andrews is pleased to announce a conference on the theme Theatrical Theology: Conversations on Performing the Faith, held in St Andrews on 15-17 August 2012. Influenced and inspired by Hans Urs von Balthasar’s seminal work in The Theo-Drama, a growing number of […]

CFP: Australasian Philosophy of Religion Association 2012 Conference

2012 Conference of the Australasian Philosophy of Religion Association (APRA) Keynote speakers: Richard Kearney (Boston College) Marilyn McCord Adams (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Kevin Hart (University of Virginia & Australian Catholic University) Constant Mews (Monash University) Dates: Friday June 22 – Sunday June 24, 2012 Venue: Australian Catholic University, Melbourne campus (Victoria Parade, Fitzroy) […]

TELOS in Europe: The L’Aquila Conference

TELOS IN EUROPE: THE L’AQUILA CONFERENCE The West: Its Legacy and Future September 7–10, 2012 L’Aquila, Italy DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS: MARCH 15, 2012 (see details below) Conference Theme Recent developments appear to end the “end of history” and foreshadow instead the end of the West. After 1989, many expected a gradual convergence toward Western […]

Modernism, Christianity, and Apocalypse

Modernism, Christianity, and Apocalypse (18-20 July 2012) A conference organised by the Department of Foreign Languages at the University of Bergen, Norway; funded by the Bergen Research Foundation through the ‘Modernism and Christianity’ research project. The modernist imperative ‘Make it new!’ posits a break with traditional artistic forms, but also with the entire mould of […]

CFP: The Practical Philosophy of Michel Henry

The Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy (www.jffp.org) invites submissions for a special issue on the practical philosophy of Michel Henry. Increasing attention is being paid to Michel Henry’s work, especially with regard to its impact in the areas of phenomenology and theology. This special issue hopes to build on that momentum by examining his important […]

CFP: Biblical Philosophy? Exploratory Essays

Call for Papers for a proposed volume: Biblical Philosophy?  Exploratory Essays  Editors, Mark Cauchi and Avron Kulak We invite essay submissions for a proposed volume entitled Biblical Philosophy? Exploratory Essays to be reviewed by Continuum Books. The purpose of the volume is to explore the relationship between the Bible and philosophy. According to the traditional […]

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