News and events

2017.05.08 | PhD students, Public/media

Introducing the ESRs VI: Andrea Bianchi

Andrea Bianchi studies the Origenian influence on Dutch Arminianism in the 17th century at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Italy. Read his article about being an ITN ESR in Milan here.

2017.04.26 | PhD Course, PhD students

Theory and methods in sociology (June 14-16, 2017)

This PhD course is on sociological theory and methods in humanistic research with a particular focus on Pierre Bourdieu and Michel Foucault.

2017.04.19 | Events

Seminar on Human Dignity

Seminar on "HUMAN DIGNITY - Challenges for care and counselling in interreligious and intercultural contexts" in Wittenberg (September 2-7, 2017).

2017.04.10 | Education news, Knowledge exchange

Prof. Alfons Fürst to be research fellow in Jerusalem

Prof., Dr. Dr., Alfons Fürst, one of the ITN’s scientists-in-charge, has been offered to participate in a research collaboration in Jerusalem from September 1, 2017 - July 1, 2018.

2017.04.05 | Public/media, PhD students

Introducing the ESRs V: Ilaria Scarponi

Ilaria Scarponi has written an article about her life as an ITN ESR in Reading, England, and about her research topic, which focuses on the reception of Origen’s thought in the Early Middle Ages from Augustine to John Eriugena.

2017.04.05 | Education news, Events

Feedback on the ITN course and conference in Canterbury 2017

In February 2017, four ITN ESRs participated in the course and conference “Ancient Thought from a Global Perspective: Human Freedom and Dignity” in Canterbury. Together with the organizer, Prof. Karla Pollmann, they offer some interesting thoughts on their experiences.

2017.03.30 | Public/media

New Monograph on Origen’s Philosophy of Freedom by Christian Hengstermann

Recently, a new book on Origen and the metaphysics of freedom by Dr. Christian Hengstermann was published by Aschendorff Verlag. Read an English summary below.

2017.03.24 | Knowledge exchange

Cambridge workshop on Origenism

Four of the ITN ESRs recently participated in a workshop on Religion and Philosophy in Origenism Old and New. Read here their report of their experiences in Cambridge.

2017.03.16 | Knowledge exchange

Peter W. Martens' book on Origen and Scripture

Scholars and students interested in Origen, the early church, and biblical interpretation will probably be familiar with Peter Marten's book Origen and Scripture, which will be available in Spanish next year.

2017.03.08 | PhD Course

New training course for PhD fellows

On April 19-21, 2017, all interested PhD fellows (from the humanities) are invited to participate in a course in Aarhus (DK) on how to present your research results online via different media and tools.

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