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Research Seminar

During the academic year, ITIA postgraduates, faculty and guests meet each Friday from 12.00 p.m. to 1.30 p.m.

Location: St Mary’s College Hall

For questions regarding the seminar, or to sign-up for the members’ list, email one of the coordinators:

Dr Caleb Froehlich ([email protected])

OR

Dr Patrick McGlinchey (pjm26@st-andrews.ac.uk)

 

Candlemas 2024

January 

19 January   Professor David Brown (St Andrews), ‘Truth in Religious Painting’

26 January   Dr Caleb Froehlich (St Andrews), ‘Objects for Art and Peacebuilding among Ukrainians and Edinburgh Locals’

February 

2 February  Charles Howell (St Andrews),  ”So They Call You an Outlaw’: Theology, Play, and Outlaw Country in Cecil Allen Moore’

9 February  Professor Alison Milbank (Nottingham), ‘‘All things that be, praise him:’ Natural Agency and Liturgical Participation in the Poetry of Henry Vaughan’

16 February  Annie Konzelman (St Andrews), ‘Revelation in the Southern Gothic Literary Imagination’

 

INDEPENDENT LEARNING WEEK (26 Feb – 3 March)

March

8 March  (Senior Common Room), ITIA Fireside Chat with Professor George Pattison on Conversations with Dostoevsky, 5.30 p.m.

15 March   Dr Bill Hyland (St Andrews), ‘Mariological Imagery in the Sermons of Nicholas of Cusa’

20 March (Old Psychology Library), The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dreyer), 6. 00 p.m.

22 March  Melody Bellefeuille-Frost (St Andrews), ‘Images of Christ in 16th and 17th-Century Japan’

29 March  Dr Andrew Tate (Lancaster University), ‘Resurrection Blues: The Cultural Afterlives of Lazarus’

April

5 April   Dante Clementi (St Andrews), ‘ “Love, Reading, and the Ontology of Literature: Kierkegaard and New Phenomenological Criticism.’

 

Contact us

School of Divinity
St Mary's College
St Andrews
KY16 9JU
Fife, Scotland, UK

Phone: +44 (0)1334 462850