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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.

2017.02.01 | Birgitte Bøgh

We are proud to announce that Michael Raubach, one of the ITN ESRs, has been granted the opportunity together with the ITN steering group to host a seminar at the next five American Academy of Religion annual meetings, beginning with the 2017 conference in Boston, Massachusetts. The seminars will be conducted within the framework of the ITN and focus on Origen and the Roots of Human Freedom and Human Dignity in the West. We are tremendously excited to disseminate our research and broaden our network of scholars. If you would like to propose an abstract, follow the link below to see the call for papers: https://papers.aarweb.org/content/origen-and-roots-human-freedom-and-human-dignity-west-seminar. Whether you present or not, we would love to see you there!

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