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Lecture: Al-Qaeda, ISIS and Ibn Taymiyya: Critiquing the Link

British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship Lecture Al-Qaeda, ISIS and Ibn Taymiyya: Critiquing the Link Dr Jon Hoover (University of Nottingham) Presented by the University of Nottingham Department of Theology and Religious Studies and the Karimia Institute 6.30pm, Tuesday 16 October 2018 Keighton Auditorium, University Park Campus University of Nottingham Refreshments will be served from 6pm onwards. […]

Sydney School of Theology, Culture & Public Engagement 2019

Held over three days, the ADM’s School of Theology, Culture & Public Engagement is a unique, curated program of masterclasses delivered by leading scholars working at the intersection of theology, culture and public engagement. The STCPE creates space in a busy city for Christians to immerse themselves in theological reflection on the ideas shaping our culture. We […]

‘Excellent Women’ Lecture Series at Westminster Abbey

Jane Austen’s Afterlife: Art, Culture and Religion The Reverend Dr Alison Grant Milbank 5th June 2018, 6.30 – 7.45 pm, in the Lady Chapel, Westminster Abbey In this first lecture, the Reverend Dr Alison Grant Milbank, Associate Professor of Literature and Theology, University of Nottingham, discusses the work of Jane Austen (1775 – 1817). To […]

theForum@LSE: Death

Death 29 May | 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm All welcome | Free to attend | First come, first served at the door ‘To philosophize is to learn to die’, writes Michel de Montaigne, in a lineage of death-preoccupied thinkers reaching back to Plato’s Socrates. Can philosophers fulfil such a lofty injunction? How might learning […]

Call for Applications: Living Freedom 2018

Living Freedom 2018 – APPLY NOW We are encouraging applications for Living Freedom, the residential school for 18-25 year olds organised by the Academy of Ideas. The school takes place at the CIEE Global Institute in central London on 5 – 7 April 2018. See http://www.academyofideas.org.uk/events/living_freedom_2018 Living Freedom provides a stimulating forum for around 40 […]

CFA & CFP: 6th International Summer School & Conference – Beyond Secular Faith: ”Economy of Desire”

Call for Applications and Call for Papers 6th International Summer School and Conference – Beyond Secular Faith “Economy of Desire” 17th – 25th June, 2018 – Granada (Spain) Download: Poster | Programme | Call for Papers and Applications Organizing Institutions Institute of Philosophy Edith Stein, Granada Faculty of Philosophy – The Pontifical University of John […]

Overcoming the Fear: A Tale of Muslim Britain, a talk by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi

  The Trust Building Forum invites you to: Overcoming the fear: a tale of Muslim Britain Baroness Sayeeda Warsi Former Senior Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth and author of The Enemy Within: A Tale of Muslim Britain. Thursday 15 March, 6.45-8pm B52, Business School South, Jubilee Campus Presented by the Department of Theology and […]

Searching for a New Ontology – the Revival of Analogy and Sophiology

Auf der Suche nach einer neuen Ontologie – zur Aktualität von Analogielehre und Sophiologie / Searching for a New Ontology – the Revival of Analogy and Sophiology / A la recherche d’une nouvelle ontologie – la renaissance de l’analogie et de la sophiologie Ein Expertengespräch zur Vorbereitung einer internationalen Tagung A Study Day for preparing […]

Divine Creation & Linguistic Creations: A Conference in Celebration of Prof. Janet Soskice’s Work

1 December 2017, Cambridge UK This celebration of Prof. Janet Soskice’s theological career and work brings together scholars from Yale, Notre Dame, the University of Cambridge, and beyond. Topics drawn from her oeuvre include theological language and poetics, liturgy and symbolics of gender, creation ex nihilo, Soskician legacies, and the future of theology. To book […]

RETHINK Reformation 2017

2017 is the official 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. It is also the year in which Aarhus is to be the European Capital of Culture (EcoC), under the general theme of Rethink. These historical constellations provide a unique opportunity not only to celebrate and commemorate, but also to critically review the legacy of the Reformation, retool […]

International Summer School and Conference: Beyond Secular Faith 2017

International Summer School & Conference “Beyond Secular Faith” Economy of Desire 17-25 June 2018 Deadline to apply: 15 May 2018 The Institute of Philososphy Edith Stein (IFES), the Pontifical University John Paul II, and the International Centre for the Study of the Christian Orient welcome international students during the Summer. This prospectus [PDF] will give you […]

CONFERENCE: ‘Theology and Politics in the German Imagination, 1789–1848’

CRASSH, University of Cambridge 10 July 2017 – 11 July 2017 A two-day international conference in July 2017, bringing together scholars of different disciplines to challenge conventional narratives about the interrelationship between religion and politics in early nineteenth-century Germany (and German-speaking central Europe). Speakers include Frederick Beiser, Gareth Stedman-Jones, and Marion Heinz. Registration now open! Sign […]

CoTP Symposium: Agamben and Decadence (Nottingham, 25 May)

Agamben and Decadence A symposium featuring: Agata Bielik-Robson (University of Nottingham) Arthur Bradley (Lancaster University) John Milbank (University of Nottingham) Piotr Sawczyński (Jagiellonian University, Kraków) 2pm, Thursday 25 May 2017 The Machicado Suite, Willoughby Hall University of Nottingham, NG7 2RD Free; no registration needed.

Cambridge Seminar Series 2017: Reformation 500: Towards a New Perspective on Luther

Seminar Series 2017 Reformation 500: Towards a New Perspective on Luther Tuesday 16 May 2.00pm – 4.00pm: Seminar I. Dante, Church, and the Reformation Robin Kirkpatrick (Robinson College, University of Cambridge) Respondent: Giles Waller (Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge) Wednesday 17 May 2.00pm – 4.00pm: Seminar II. Paul, Gift, and Luther John Barclay (Lightfoot Professor of […]

Local Nottingham Event: Jesus the Teacher: Christ in Matthew’s Gospel

By invitation of Bishop Patrick Mckinney, Ian Boxall will be speaking on “Jesus the Teacher: Christ in Matthew’s Gospel” at the University of Nottingham on Wednesday, 14th June 2017. Ian Boxall is Associate Professor of New Testament at the Catholic University of America, Washington DC. He previously taught at Chichester Theological College (1992-1994), and in […]

Cyril O’Regan Lectures in Budapest

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Conference: Between Metaphysics, Aesthetics, and Religion

BETWEEN METAPHYSICS, AESTHETICS AND RELIGION International Symposium in honour of William Desmond April 19-20, 2017 KU Leuven (University of Leuven) Metaphysics has gotten a bad rep throughout the last decades. This ancient practice is thought to be not simply archaic as the systematic interrelationship of concepts that fails to understand the twists and turns of […]

Lumen Christi Institute 2017 Summer Seminars

Now in their ninth year, the Lumen Christi Institute’s Summer Seminars in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition are open to graduate students in the humanities, social sciences, and other relevant areas of study. Room, board, and a travel stipend are included for those whose applications are accepted. Each seminar  includes five days of intensive discussion based on […]

Conference CFP: Polis, Ontology, Ecclesial Event: Engaging with Christos Yannaras’ Thought

International conference: POLIS, ONTOLOGY, ECCLESIAL EVENT Engaging with Christos Yannaras’ Thought A Conference on Modern Orthodox Theology 27-28 March 2017, Eastwood Room (Office of Post-Doctoral Affairs, University of Cambridge, 16 Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RX) More information: tinyurl.com/yann17 CALL FOR PAPERS We welcome paper proposals (20mins) on Christos Yannaras’ thought, work and relevance to areas […]

The End of Religious Freedom and the Return of Religious Influence

The End of Religious Freedom and the Return of Religious Influence Tuesday 07 February 2017 6:30PM to 8:00PM HONG KONG THEATRE, CLEMENT HOUSE Speaker: John Milbank Chair: Matthew Engelke Hosted by the LSE Religion and the Public Sphere Lecture Series After the collapse of modern quasi-religions, religions themselves have been ideologised, while at the same […]

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