The Durham Conference 2016

Hosted by Pete Ward, Sarah Dunlop and Knut Tveitereid, this annual conference for the network bringing together scholars working on ethnographic approaches to ecclesiology. Call for papers now posted. Registration will open on April 1st.

Start

September 6, 2016

End

September 8, 2016

Address

3 S Bailey, Durham DH1 3RJ, United Kingdom   View map

The Durham Conference on Ecclesiology and Ethnography

This is the annual conference for the network bringing together scholars working on ethnographic approaches to ecclesiology. The conference welcomes scholars working in a range of disciplines including: The Anthropology of Christianity, Systematic Theology, Missiology, The Sociology of Religion and Practical Theology. We encourage single and multi-authored papers. All papers are to be circulated prior to the event to enhance conference conversations and interaction. Established scholars, doctoral students as well as pastor/scholars working in church settings are welcome to propose papers. The conference takes place in September each year at St John’s College, Durham. The Conference is run in association with The Department of Theology and Religion and St John’s College, Durham University.

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Conference Organising Group

Prof. Pete Ward, Durham University, NLA University College, Bergen and MF The Norwegian School of Theology
Dr Sarah Dunlop, St John’s College, Durham
Dr Knut Tveitereid, NLA University College, Bergen

Conference Advisory Group

Prof. Paul Fiddes, Oxford University
Prof. John Swinton, University of Aberdeen
Dr Tone Kaufman, MF The Norwegian School of Theology

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