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2017.02.09 | Events

Freedom through submission: The discourse of human freedom among Muslims in Denmark

On February 21, one of the ITN ESRs, Johannes Renders, will present his project with a particular focus on his Foucauldian-ethnographic approach to human freedom.

2017.02.08 | Events, Public/media

New conference panel in the ITN: Origen, Body and Soul

The ITN professors A.-C. Jacobsen and A. Fürst have been granted a panel at the Origen conference in Jerusalem in 2017. The panel will focus on the theme Body And Soul in Origen’s Theology.

2017.02.01 | Events

Annual seminars in AAR

Michael Raubach along with the ITN team has been granted the opportunity to host five AAR seminars focusing on Origen and the Roots of Human Freedom and Human Dignity in the West.

2017.01.30 | Events, Public/media

Report from the American Society of Church History meeting

Laurel Lied, a PhD fellow in the ITN, has attended the annual winter meeting of the American Society of Church History in Denver.

2017.01.27 | Research news

New publications on Origen

Prof., Dr. Dr. Alfons Fürst has recently published two books on Origen and one on Jerome. Read the descriptions of their content below (in German)

2016.12.20 | PhD Course

Course and conference: Ancient Thought from a Global Perspective: Human Freedom and Dignity

The next ITN course and conference - open to all - will take place in Canterbury, England, from February 25 - March 1, 2017. Read on to see the program and other relevant information.

2016.12.20 | Awards

New grant: Augustine's anthropology

The ITN coordinator, Prof. Anders-Christian Jacobsen, has received a generous grant from The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation. The new research network will investigate the idea of the human in the theology and philosophy of Augustine of Hippo, especially how he views human freedom and dignity.

2016.12.19 | Public/media

New publications from Mohr Siebeck

Two new books on human rights have recently been published by one of our partner organizations, Mohr Siebeck.

2016.12.16 | PhD students, Public/media

Introducing the ESRs III: Giovanni Tortoriello

Giovanni Tortoriello investigates the influence of Pico della Mirandola’s thought on the Reformation and the debates of human freedom and will in the 16th century. In his introduction he tells more about his study and his experiences as an ESR in Halle.

2016.11.29 | PhD Course, PhD students

PhD course in Academic writing and publication (January 11-13, 2017)

This study course is designed to help PhD fellows produce high-quality scientific articles and monographs. It is open to all PhD students from Denmark and abroad and covers different aspects of academic writing and publication.

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