Anglican Studies Research Seminar
Convenors: Professor Mark McIntosh, Professor Walter Moberly, Professor Alec Ryrie
Meetings: Periodically during term
The seminar investigates the interdisciplinary nature of Anglican traditions, their roots, breadth, and contemporary conversations - across the Anglican Communion, and with ecumenical and inter-faith partners. The aim in gathering research staff and postgraduates from a wide range of disciplines and departments, as well as practitioners with academic interests, is to understand and analyze more deeply the cultural and theological phenomena of Anglican life and thought. Theology and spirituality, history, literature, music, liturgical studies, the study of religion, faith and globalisation, philosophy, ethics, and praxis all share in the work of the Research Seminar. In order to foster this collaborative approach, the seminar sessions are most often structured as a round-table discussion or workshop, featuring brief presentations (usually of work in progress), discussion and debate. Guest speakers often take part in the afternoon seminar discussion, followed by a plenary address later in the day, and dinner afterwards.
For a current list of this year's seminars, please click here.
- Anglican Studies Seminar Schedule - Michaelmas 2011 (Word) (last modified: 29 September 2011)