Monday, May 5, 2014 12:00 noon-1:25 pm Swift Hall, Room TBA
Join us for a presentation by Richard Zaleski entitled, “Daniel the Stylite: Icon of Christ for Constantinople.”
Monday, April 7, 2014 12:00 noon-1:25 pm Swift Hall, Room 200
Join us for a special joint session of the Theology Workshop and the Workshop on Late Antiquity and Byzantium for Aaron’s Hollander’s paper, “A Heart Like Bright Water: Contemplating and Cultivating Holiness with the Theological Metaphor of Evagrius Ponticus”.
Monday, March 10, 2014 12:00 noon-1:25 pm Swift Hall, Room 200
Crossing Boundaries: Theologies and Disagreement
Join the Theology Workshop for a dialogue between Lisa Hedrick and Russell Johnson, presented in the form of two papers.
Friday, February 28th, 4:30-6pm in Swift Hall Room 201
Join the Theology Workshop for a special pedagogy panel and discussion this Friday:
“Helping Students Cope with Pluralism and Criticism in the Classroom”
with Allison Gray, Adam Kotsko, Tim Hiller, and Charles Huff
Thursday, February 27, 2014 4:30-6:00pm Swift Hall, Room 400
Join us for a joint event with the Philosophy of Religions workshop as Professor Douglas Hedley presents his paper entited “Plotinus and Images of Beauty.”
What do queer culture, Star Trek fandom, and the Quiverfull movement have in common? Come find out at the next Theology Workshop, where Olivia Bustion will present her work-in-progress, “Counterpublic Theology and Pacifist Ways of Knowing (with John Howard Yoder and Virginia Woolf).” The essay maps out a new way for theology to travel publicly, namely, ‘counterpublic theology.’
Monday, October 21, 2013
12:00 noon-1:30 pm
Join us as Sojung Kim kicks off our workshop this year with her paper, “Theopoetic and Vernacular: The Languages of Suffering People.”
In this paper Sojung will discuss the political and liberation theological movement in the 20th century by dealing with Metz, Moltmann, Soelle, Gutiérrez, and Cone.
She will compare how these theologians distinctly challenged the limitation of modern theological discourse and emphasized the importance of people’s language in Theology
Julius Crump will respond.
A light lunch will be served.
Join us Monday, October 7 (Week 2) for our first meeting of the new academic year!
We’ll be gathering for lunch to introduce the Theology Workshop, and offering a time for students and faculty interested in Theology to socialize and address questions about the coming year.
Lunch is cosponsored by the Theology Club.