During the academic year, ITIA postgraduates, faculty and guests meet each Friday from 1.30PM to 2.45PM, unless otherwise noted in the schedule below. This page will continue to be updated as speakers are confirmed.
This semester, the seminars will be held online. If you are not already on the ITIA Research Seminar mailing list, and you would like to join us for the seminar, please email Dr Corbett, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candlemas Seminar 2021
29 – Natasha Duquette (Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College), ‘Contemplative Sublimity from Mère Marie-Angélique Arnauld to Jane Austen’.
5 – Judith Wolfe (St Andrews), ‘Inspiration and Imagination’ (Metaphysics & Poetics, Joint-St Andrews and Cambridge Seminar)
12 – Jacob Phillips (St Mary’s University), ‘Spatial Boundaries and Theologies of Culture: On the Question of John Henry Newman’s Englishness’
19 – Young-Jin Hur and Emily Brady, ‘The Sublime’ (Art in Conversation)
26 – Sarah Stewart-Kroeker (University of Geneva), ‘Apocalyptic Artwork and Aesthetic Dissonance’
5 – Jean-Luc Marion (Paris and Chicago), ‘Phenomenality and Revelation’ (Metaphysics & Poetics, Joint-St Andrews and Cambridge Seminar)
12 – Ines Schindler and Eva-Maria Konrad, ‘Emotions and Art’ (Art in Conversation)
19 – Oliver Crisp (St Andrews), ‘Theology in Shadow: Sin and Redemption in Ursula K. Le Guin’s A Wizard of Earthsea‘
– Spring Break (22 March – 2 April) –
9 – Robert Pepperell and Johan Wagemans (tbc), ‘Image properties: consciousness and art’ (Art in Conversation)
16 – Katelynn E. Carver (St Andrews), title t.b.c.
23 – Vittorio Gallese and Shaun Gallagher, ‘Embodied Cognition and Art’ (Art in Conversation)