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The University of Chicago Theology Workshop provides a forum for an interdisciplinary discussion of meaning and religious discourse and practice. Papers are welcome from many perspectives (literary, historical, philosophical, etc.) that relate to this subject, which will be focused each quarter by a theme for conversation. Please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, and potential paper titles.
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Monthly Archives: May 2011
On Monday April 23, at noon in S201, the Theology Workshop will gather to discuss a paper by David Newheiser entitled: “Eckhart and Derrida on the Gift of Love” The paper should be read before coming to workshop. Aaron Hollander … Continue reading
The Theology Workshop is pleased to announce that Romain Dufetre will be giving a short lecture and leading a discussion on the historical criticisms and current prospects of Anselm’s ontological argument on Monday, 5/16 at noon. Place TBA. A light … Continue reading
At long last, the audio recording of the conference “Love and Justice in the Christian Tradition” (featuring Professor Nicholas Wolterstorff and Professor Oliver O’Donovan and co-sponsored by the Theology Workshop and the Ethics Club) is available. We apologize to those … Continue reading