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Schedule

Travel and Lodging Tips for Durham
Fri 2/18   Arrive Durham after lunch.  Informal meet/greet in the early PM at Duke Divinity School.  Dinner on own

5 PM
Welcome schmooze: meet and greet. Lively conversation with new and old friends at Duke. Heavy on the finger food and hors d'oeuvres. Divinity Student Lounge, Duke Divinity School.

  6:30 PM
"Horizons of Universalism, or What is Christian Phenomenology", a special panel facilitated by Rocky Gangle and Jason Smick (UVA). Centenary Lecture Hall.
Sat 2/19

9 AM
Gather in Alumni Commons, Duke Divinity School. Bagels, breakfast beverages, and fruit will be available now and throughout the morning.

  10 AM
Morning Session I:

Paper #1, "Teaching non-Constantinian Theology: Lessons on how not to read John Howard Yoder", Chris Hubner (Duke). Respondent Paul Macdonald (UVA). Conversation among all present.
  11 AM
Coffee break
  11:30 AM
Morning Session II:
Paper #2, "Christoformity, Recapitulation, and Public Theology: Frederick Douglass' 1845 Narrative and the Recovery of an Irenaean Theme", Jay Carter (UVA). Respondent Kelly Johnson (Duke). Conversation among all present.
  12:30-2 PM
Lunch break. Boxed lunches provided.

  2 PM Afternoon Session II:
"Who is Jesus?" Special presentation by Kathryn Tanner (Chicago). Conversation among all present.
  3-6 PM
Break until dinner
  6 PM
Dinner at a local restaurant TBA. The symposium's funding covers this.
Sun 2/20 Possible brief meeting to discuss plans for our next meeting.  Depart.


For more information

Direct your questions about the Colloquium to Prof. Gene Rogers by e-mail at (er8m@virginia.edu).  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.