News and events

2017.11.14 | Research news

Report from the recent Origen colloquium in Cambridge

In October, the first Colloquium Adamantianum took place in Cambridge. Each of these events revolve around around the research of one pre-eminent Origen scholar. The first was Theo Kobusch, one of the ITN's advisors. Read the report below to learn more of the event and of recent research on Origen.

2017.11.07 | Events, Knowledge exchange

New Origen seminar in Cambridge

On November 25, the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism is hosting the second seminar on Religion and Philosophy in Origenism Old and New II.

2017.10.10 | Knowledge exchange

Audios from a conference on values – continuity and change

A group of ESRs arranged a panel at a philosophy conference in Ischia in September. Six ESRs presented papers on their work, which are now available in audio.

2017.09.27 | People , News from the management


Two of the ITN supervisors have recently been appointed Honorary Professor and member of the Executive Board in the Academic Society for Theology, respectively.

2017.09.14 | Knowledge exchange, Public/media

Audio presentation: Ethnography of living discourse - Entering the field with a Foucauldian gaze

In July, ESR Johannes Renders presented a paper at the International Society for the Sociology of Religion conference with the theme Cooperation and Conflict in Diverse Societies. Read about it and find a link to the audio in his report.

2017.08.16 | Knowledge exchange

Lectures from the Origeniana conference in Jerusalem

At the Origeniana conference in Jerusalem (June 2017), three lectures were recorded and are now available at Youtube.

2017.08.09 | PhD Course

Open PhD course: Origen’s Philosophy of Freedom in 17th-Century England

All PhD fellows are invited to participate in the ITN course Origen’s Philosophy of Freedom in 17th-Century England. It is arranged by Münster University and takes place October 19-21.

2017.08.07 | Events, Knowledge exchange

Upcoming workshop on Origen and his doctrine of freedom

Cambridge University is hosting a workshop in October - First Colloquium Adamantianum: Divine and Human Freedom. The Philosophical Significance of the Church Father Origen

2017.07.11 | Events

From West to East - Origeniana in Jerusalem

Two of the senior researchers in the ITN had arranged a panel within the ITN framework at the Origeniana conference in Jerusalem with a focus on the Body and Soul in Origen's theology. A number of the ESRs attended the conference, and they have written about their experiences in this report.

2017.06.28 | Events, PhD Course

Upcoming ITN course

In August, an introductory course on consulting manuscripts and early books and prints from the collections of the Archive and the Library of the Francke Foundations is open to all PhD fellows - registration before July 23 via the link below.

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