Thursday, 1 July 2010

Sarah Coakley symposium

There's still a few days left to register for the Sydney symposium, Sarah Coakley and the Future of Systematic Theology. I've updated the programme of papers. Sarah Coakley will be speaking twice: an opening lecture on Monday morning (12 July), and a closing public lecture on Tuesday night (13 July).

If you need a place to stay, there is some basic accommodation available on campus – you can contact Priscilla Dawson to book a room.

10 Comments:

Paul Fromont said...

Hi Ben, te conference looks fantastic and richly diverse in terms of its content.

Are there likely to be any Mp3 audio recordings of the various lectures available online? Presume too that some kind of publication might be considered in order to pull together and publish the various talks..

Paul

Ben Myers said...

Hi Paul, I'm not planning to make any recordings. But we'll certainly be publishing the papers as a book (together with additional essays on Coakley) — so I'll keep you informed in due course.

(If anyone else is interested in contributing an essay to the book, feel free to get in touch with me.)

Terry Wright said...

This seems a good place and time to post this: it's an advert for a post as Professor Coakley's research assistant.

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ABF460/research-assistant-to-the-norris-hulse-professor/

(I hope you haven't already posted it, Ben, otherwise this comment's redundant.)

Ben Myers said...

Thanks Terry — no, I haven't already posted that. Sounds like a good gig for some grad student!

Brian Lugioyo said...

Ben,

This looks like a fabulous conference. I'm especially intrigued by the titles of your paper and Nate Kerr's. I'll be anxiously awaiting the book.

Brian

Paul Fromont said...

Thanks Ben. That's good to know regards the publication. Appreciate you keeping us in the loop as for many it will be a "must buy" and read. Hope the conference goes well.

A. D. Hunt said...

What are a few of Dr. Coakley's books/articles that would be useful for starting to get a feel for her work? I know of a couple but it would be nice to have my ignorance filled in a bit.

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I too would be interested in knowing where to start with Coakley.

Brian Lugioyo said...

Ben,

This looks like a fabulous conference. I'm especially intrigued by the titles of your paper and Nate Kerr's. I'll be anxiously awaiting the book.

Brian

Ben Myers said...

Hi Paul, I'm not planning to make any recordings. But we'll certainly be publishing the papers as a book (together with additional essays on Coakley) — so I'll keep you informed in due course.

(If anyone else is interested in contributing an essay to the book, feel free to get in touch with me.)

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