Fulda Conference 2018 – Programme and Registration

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The programme of the Fulda conference, The philosophy of the monotheistic (word) religions in the early and high Middle Ages: Christian, Jewish and Islamic thinkers in dialogue, is now available.

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There is no registration fee. To register please contact Bernd Goebel via email at: goebel(AT)thf-fulda.de

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A small number of single rooms (basic, but ensuite) have been reserved in the seminary (opposite the conference venue) for non-speakers at a special rate, including all three meals with the other participants and coffee.

For further information, please contact Bernd Goebel.

Houston Anselm Conference 2018 – Program and Registration

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To view the program for the Houston Conference click on the following link: Program for Houston Anselm Conference

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The Anselm Conference at the University of Houston has reserved a bank of rooms at the Holiday Inn Downtown at the special rate of $135 per night, + tax. To get this Special Rate, state in your telephone call or emails that you are booking for the Anselm Conference at the University of Houston rooms. The Hotel will hold this bank of rooms for us until April 2, 2018, so be sure to book before then. The Holiday Inn Downtown is on the Metro Line,which you may take to the University of Houston Campus for the Conference. It stops right by the University of Houston Hilton Hotel, across from the M. D. Anderson Library, where the Conference Sessions will be located. Booking details and source site information about the Holiday Inn Downtown is at the following website.

Map of the University of St. Thomas Campus. The Welcoming Reception is in the Link-Lee Mansion, 5-7 pm Thursday May 3, Building 1.

Map of the University of Houston Campus. The Metro Line Stop is on Wheeler St, on the street leading to the Conrad Hilton Hotel. Library is across the street to the left.

For further information, please contact Sally Vaughn at snvaughn@sbcglobal.net

Updated Call for Papers – Houston 2018

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Keynote Speakers:

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Publishing in the Aftermath of the Berengar Controversy: Anselm’s Monologion and Proslogion

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Anselm as Teacher: Reasoning about Affection

Richard Campbell, Australian National University

Rethinking Anselm’s Argument: A Vindication of his Proof of the Existence of God

We invite Anselm scholars to submit abstracts for papers on any aspect of St. Anselm: his theology, correspondence, monasticism, career, teaching, prayers, governance of Bec and/or Canterbury, friendships, friends and associates, or legacy for presentation to the Conference in shorter papers.

Proposals for twenty-minute papers for the Conference of about 200 words may be sent by February 14, 2018, to Sally N. Vaughn, snvaughn@sbcglobal.net

The Conference is jointly sponsored by the International Association for Anselm Studies, the University of Houston and the University of St. Thomas, Houston

The Conference will begin at 2 pm on Thursday May 3 with a tour of the Menil Museum, the Rothko Chapel and the Byzantine Chapel, ending with an Opening Reception at the nearby University of St. Thomas, 5-7 pm.

The morning following the Conference, Sunday May 6, a Day Trip to NASA has been arranged, 9 am to 2 pm.

For further information on this conference will be available shortly at anselmconference.wordpress.com

Call for papers – Fulda 2018

The philosophy of the monotheistic (world) religions in the early and high Middle Ages:
Christian, Jewish and Islamic thinkers in dialogue

 

Fulda, 2018

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

The Chair of Philosophy and of the History of Philosophy at Fulda Faculty of Theology, the Chair of Christian Philosophy of Religion at the Faculty of Theology at the University of Freiburg, and the International Association for Anselm Studies (IAAS) will hold a conference at Fulda Faculty of Theology from the 13th to the 16th September 2018. The subject of this joint conference will be:

 

‘The philosophy of the monotheistic (world) religions in the early and high Middle Ages: Christian, Jewish and Islamic thinkers in dialogue’.

 

The focus is on texts by Christian authors from the time of Anselm of Canterbury to Thomas Aquinas who, by means of genuinely philosophical arguments, defend fundamental tenets of Christian belief against objections by Jewish and Islamic authors. The aim is to present and interpret such texts within their individual historical contexts and to assess their rational plausibility. In addition, the ideas of roughly contemporaneous Jewish and Islamic authors who make use of arguments based on insights from natural intellect and reason in order to prove the truth of their own religion and to counter Christian convictions are to be presented and opened to discussion amongst the participants of the conference.

 

This conference is intended to provide an opportunity for an in-depth exchange of ideas amongst specialists; for this reason, the maximum number of papers in addition to those by the invited speakers is limited to 10–12.

 

Two travel scholarships of a maximum of €200 Euros are available to doctoral or early career researchers to allow them to attend the conference. They will also receive free accommodation in one of the guestrooms (en suite,incl. breakfast) of the Fulda Seminary.

 

If desired, guestrooms are also available to other speakers at a moderate cost. Attending the meals at the beginning and the end of the conference is optional. There will be no separate registration fee.

 

The conference languages are German, English and French. There will be three public lectures which will last 45 minutes at most, followed by a maximum of 30 minutes of discussion. Papers in the different sessions will be 30 minutes at most and are also followed by a maximum of 30 minutes of discussion.

 

It is intended to bring the contributions of this conference together as proceedings in the series Fuldaer Studien (published by Herder-Verlag) following a review process.

 

The conference will begin in the evening of Thursday, 13th September 2018, with a dinner for all participants and a public lecture in the historic lecture hall (auditorium maximum) of Fulda Faculty of Theology. This will be followed by a reception for conference participants by the rector of Fulda Faculty of Theology.

 

The conference will close on Sunday, 16th September, with the opportunity of attending mass in Fulda Cathedral and, following this, an optional guided sightseeing programme to discover Carolingian Fulda. This will end with lunch for the participants of this excursion.

 

Those interested in presenting a paper at this conference are requested to send their proposal along with an abstract of no more than 1000 words electronically by 15 December 2017 to:

 

Prof. DDr Markus Enders, Chair of Christian Philosophy of Religion of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau,
e-mail: Markus.Enders(AT)theol.uni-freiburg.de

 

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Prof. Dr Bernd Goebel, Chair of Philosophy and of the History of Philosophy at Fulda Faculty of Theology,
e-mail: goebel(AT)thf-fulda.de

 

St Anselm College Conference – Call for Papers

Saint Anselm, the Church, and the Reformers

April 20-22, 2017

Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH

Plenary Speaker: Rev. David Pignato, J.D., S.T.D., Professor of Systematic Theology, St. John’s Seminary, Boston

Marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, The Sixth Saint Anselm Conference welcomes papers on topics that were important to Anselm and the Reformers alike. Possible areas include issues in theology, such as Christ, redemption, free will and grace, the place of scripture in the Church, the nature of the Church, authority and reform in the Church, and also broader issues such as the value of reason, the reception of Anselm among the humanists, and the relations between Church and individual, Church and state authority, conscience and authority, conscience and civil law.

Please send an abstract of 100-200 words to mbrown@anselm.edu by January 15, 2017. Proposals for panels with up to three papers are also welcome. The Saint Anselm Lecture by Rev. Pignato will be on Friday evening. Panel sessions will be on Friday and Saturday. Selected papers will be published in The Saint Anselm Journal.

Anselm Studies and Texts – to be published by Brill

BRILL have announced that they will publishing a new series, Anselm Studies and Texts, dedicated to new research on Anselm and related areas.

Giles Gasper (Durham) is Managing Editor of the new series. Other members of the Board are Marcia Colish (Yale), Jay Diehl (Long Island), Bernd Goebel (Fulda), Ian Logan, (Blackfriars Hall, Oxford), Lauren Mancia (Brooklyn College, CUNY) and Eileen Sweeney (Boston College).

You can download the call for manuscripts here: Anselm Studies and Texts Call