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Please find below the program for the open, day-long symposium on Origen, taking place on 25 April 2018 between 10:00 and 17:00 at the University of Cambridge.

2018.04.03 | Birgitte Bøgh

SYMPOSIUM: RE-THINKING ORIGEN

Open event: A day-long symposium on Origen, taking place on 25 April 2018 between 10:00 and 17:00 at the University of Cambridge (Runcie Room, Faculty of Divinity)

Schedule:

10:00am – Early Bird Coffee & Tea (Selwyn Room & Foyer)

10:30-12:25 – Morning session (Runcie Room)
Re-Thinking Origen in Late Antiquity

10:30-11:15 – Guilio Maspero: Re-Thinking Origen's Trinitarianisn: Probing behind the Accusations of the Origenist Crisis (Morwena Ludlow to respond)

11:15-12:00 – Rowan Williams: Reading and Misreading Origen in the 4th Century (Isidoros Katsos to respond)

12:00-12:45 – Sam Rubenson: Once Again: Origen, the Origenist Crisis and the Monks (Sarah Coakley to respond)

12:45-2:15 – Lunch (Selwyn Room & Foyer)

2:15-4:30 – Afternoon Session (Runcie Room)
Re-Thinking Origen in Modernity

2:15-3:00 – Douglas Hedley: Re-Thinking Origen in the 17th century West: Anne Conway and the Cambridge Platonists (Christian Hengstermann to respond)

3:00-3:45 – Andrew Louth: Origen in the 18th century Philokalia (Laura Soureli and Elizabeth Theokritoff to respond)

3:45-4:30 – Joseph O’Leary: Origen in the Catholic Ressourcement Theologians (Philip McCosker to respond)

4:30 – Closing reception (Selwyn Room & Foyer)

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