Seminar in Kent

The first network-wide seminar in the ITN takes place in August. All the ESRs, supervisors, and a couple of invited speakers will be there. In addition to being introduced to important historical knowledge, the project's content and goals, theory and methodology, and some practical matters, is a great opportunity for the participants to get to know each other.

2016.07.12 | Birgitte Bøgh

Date Mon 22 Aug Wed 24 Aug
Time 09:00    22:00
Location Canterbury, Kent, England

The first network-wide seminar in the ITN takes place in August. All the ESRs, supervisors, and a couple of invited speakers will be there. In addition to being introduced to important historical knowledge, the project's content and goals, theory and methodology, and some practical matters, is a great opportunity for the participants to get to know each other The first network-wide seminar in the ITN takes place in August. All the ESRs, supervisors, and a couple of invited speakers will be there. In addition to being introduced to important historical knowledge, the project's content and goals, theory and methodology, and some practical matters, is a great opportunity for the participants to get to know each other . The program is as follows:

 

22 August 2016

09 h 15      Welcome

09 h 30      Introduction to basic principles of project and practical matters (Jacobsen, Pollmann)

10 h 30      Coffee break

11 h 00      Origen’s and Augustine’s anthropological models (Fürst)

12 h 45      Lunch

14 h 45      Origen in Augustine (Heidl)

16 h 00      Coffee break

16 h 30      The two anthropological models in comparison (Fürst, Heidl, Pollmann)

19 h 00      Dinner

 

23 August 2016

09 h 00      Introduction: Reception Theory (Pollmann)

10 h 15      Coffee break

10 h 45      Reception Theory in Action (Pollmann, Martens)

12 h 00      Lunch

14 h 00      Introduction: Network Theory (TBC)

15 h 15      Coffee break

15 h 45      Network Theory in Practice (TBC)

17 h 30      Evensong Canterbury Cathedral (optional)

19 h 00      Dinner

 

24 August 2016

09 h 00      Introduction: Sociological Theory (Kühle)

10 h 15      Coffee break

10 h 45      Introduction to Project Database and Blackboard (Bøgh)

12 h 00      Lunch

14 h 00      Guided tour through Cathedral and Cathedral Archives

16 h 00      Coffee break

16 h 30      Keynote: Origen in the Western Middle Ages (Martens)

19 h 00      Dinner

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