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30th Anniversary Conference of the EHA

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30th Anniversary Conference of the EHA

CHRISTIANITY & THE COMMON GOOD The 30th Anniversary Conference of the Evangelical History Association WHEN: Saturday 28 July 2018 AT: 9am-5pm WHERE:  The Lang Walker Business Centre, The Scots College, Bellevue Hill, Sydney   Keynote speaker for the conference is Professor John Haldane, one of the world’s leading Christian public intellectuals, who holds a chair in moral philosophy at the University of St Andrews in Scotland as well as appointments at Baylor University, the University of Notre Dame, and Princeton University. His...

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Position of Co-Editor for the Journal of Religious History

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Position of Co-Editor for the Journal of Religious History

CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST in Position of Co-Editor for the Journal of Religious History: Expressions of interest are sought in the post of Co-Editor for the Journal of Religious History, working alongside Dr Joanna Cruickshank, and taking over from Dr Jason Taliadoros, who is stepping down from this role. The position would run for a three year period, with potential for renewal for a second three year term, if so desired. The JRH is published by Wiley and engages an Editorial Assistant Anna Haunton) to work on practical matters...

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INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM – A Baroque Bishop in Colonial Australia: The cultural patronage of Bishop James Goold (1812-1886)

Posted by on January 25, 2018 in News | Comments Off on INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM – A Baroque Bishop in Colonial Australia: The cultural patronage of Bishop James Goold (1812-1886)

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM – A Baroque Bishop in Colonial Australia:  The cultural patronage of Bishop James Goold (1812-1886)

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM – A Baroque Bishop in Colonial Australia:  The cultural patronage of Bishop James Goold (1812-1886) This International Symposium is a joint ARC project between the University of Melbourne and the University of Divinity and examines the patronage of Melbourne’s first Catholic Bishop, James Goold and his contribution to the cultural life of colonial Melbourne, especially through his art collection, library and patronage of architecture. To be held at The University of Melbourne (Parkville) and the Cardinal Knox...

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