So I've finally done up a poster for the Sarah Coakley symposium. If you visit the website, you can check out the programme and the abstracts, and you can also download a registration form if you're interested in coming along.
And speaking of conferences, here are some other (mostly Australian) upcoming events to note:
- There's a Bavinck Conference coming up in Edinburgh
- There's a call for papers for a journal issue on The Church after Google
- The annual Barth Blog Conference is coming up in a few months – my contribution is on Barth and Jacob Taubes
- Engaging the Basis is a conference coming up in Melbourne – I'll be giving a paper on "theology and contemporary thought" (maybe focusing on cyberspace, or maybe something on contemporary philosophical readings of Paul)
- I'm also giving a paper in Brisbane this month (on Calvin) as part of a seminar series on Anachronism in Intellectual History
- The AACC conference in Brisbane includes Markus Bockmuehl and Robert Gordon
- A Melbourne conference on gender equality features Graham Cole and Kevin Giles
- This week Catherine Keller is speaking at a conference on The Politics of Peace
- And N. T. Wright and others are at Wheaton this week discussing Jesus and Paul
- The Princeton Barth Conference this year is on missional theology, and it features some of the best and brightest – Nate Kerr and John Flett – together with distinguished folks like Eberhard Busch and Darrell Guder
- The ANZATS conference in Melbourne is focusing on eschatology – Paul Fiddes is the keynote
- Also in Melbourne, the Prayer and Spirituality conference should be very good – it features Sarah Coakley, Hal Drake and Sean Freyne
- Later this year in Sydney, Jeremy Begbie will present the New College Lectures – I'm really looking forward to it!
- And it's not exactly an academic conference... but in May, a crazy cool radio station in Sydney will be doing a 5-hour Bob Dylan marathon, in honour of the great man's birthday.