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Proposal Guidelines

State as fully as you can your paper's purpose and how your argument or presentation will proceed.  Provide enough context to show you are aware of the relevant, basic literature and issues at hand.  Bear in mind the unique focus of the Colloquium.  Please adhere to these instructions:
  1. Use plain white paper 8 1/2" x 11" with 1" margins
  2. Do not use institutional or other letterhead
  3. Use a computer and printer, preferably a laser printer, or a good typewriter.  No handwritten proposals.  Do not send your proposal by e-mail.   No proposals on disk
  4. Use the following format

    a. Type title of proposal

    b. Below that, type your name

    c. Below that, type the name of your school: Duke, UVA

    d. Below that, your program

    e. Type body of proposal double-spaced.  Do not exceed 2 pages.


UVA students, send your proposal to Prof. Gene Rogers, C/O Department of Religious Studies, Cocke Hall
Duke students, send your proposal to Prof. Lewis Ayres, C/O Duke University Divinity School.
Deadline for submission: Fri 1/9 2000

For more information

Direct your questions about the Colloquium to Prof. Gene Rogers by e-mail at (  Do not send proposals by e-mail.


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The UVA-Duke Colloquium on Teaching Christian Thought is sponsored by the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion, a program at Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN, which is funded by a generous grant from the Lilly Endowment, Indianapolis, IN.