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2018 Bonhoeffer Conference

Deitrich BonhoefferBonhoeffer and Public Theology

The 14th Australian Bonhoeffer Conference has been scheduled for 7-8 June 2018 in Sydney, Australia.


Keynote speakers: 

Professor Robert Vosloo, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Bonhoeffer, our contemporary?  Bonhoeffer on time, the times, and public life

Professor Juliana Claassens, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Towards a Feminist Public Theology: On Wounds, Scars and Healing in Jeremiah and Beyond

Professor Barry Harvey, Baylor University, USA
A Hard Habit to Break: Re-envisioning Public Theology in a World After Christendom

 

    Register for the Conference      
Date: Thursday 7 to Friday 8 June 2018
Time: 9:00am-4:00pm on Day 1; 9:00am-3:30pm on Day 2
Venue:  Mary MacKillop Place
Address:  80 William Street, North Sydney (view venue details)
Fee:
  • $310 ( + GST)  Early Bird (save $50 off the full price, if paid by Monday 30 April);
  • $345 p/p (+ GST) (includes the two-day symposium, lunch, morning and afternoon tea each day. It also includes a three course networking dinner on Day 1 of the conference)
Catering: Fee includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea and a networking dinner on Day 1 of the conference.
Cancellation:  Click here to view the Event Cancellation Policy

 

Call for papers:

Abstracts are now being accepted for academic papers that address the topic of Bonhoeffer's relevance and application to public theology, and related topics.

Abstracts of up to 200 words, with the author's name, institution, title of paper and abstract should be sent in a Word document to drayson@bbi.catholic.edu.au before 30 April 2018. 

 

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Should you wish to be notified about this conference, please contact BBI-TAITE so we can add you to our mailing list:

Ms Belinda Srour – Professional Development Event Coordinator
T: 02 9847 0590 or E: bsrour@bbi.catholic.edu.au


 

Click on the video below to watch Emeritus Professor Clifford Green speak about the 12th Annual Bonhoeffer Conference which was held 8-9 September 2016, in North Sydney.

“The annual Bonhoeffer conference continues to be an important contributor to ongoing interest in the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer as well as providing a focus generally on the importance of theology in grappling with worldly issues, personal and communal. In both respects, Bonhoeffer continues to be our inspiration.”

Emeritus Professor Terry Lovat, Conference Chair

 

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