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Category Archives: Conference
UPDATE: THIS CONFERENCE HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL 2021: Learn More (free registration)
UPDATE (April 2020): THIS CONFERENCE (cancelled in 2020) is now POSTPONED and will take place in Columbus in March 2021 Learn more about the conference and registration.
If anyone interested in this topic happens to be in Lausanne (or in and around Geneva) next week, this colloquium on the composition procedures of late antique medical texts looks absolutely fascinating. More info at https://wp.unil.ch/medecineancienne/colloques/. Program: https://wp.unil.ch/medecineancienne/colloques/ Registration (auditors … Continue reading
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Free webcast on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 to celebrate and discuss the March 2019 American Journal of Public Health special section on “Faith-based organizations and Public Health Practice.” The webcast,”Finding Common Ground: Partnerships in Religion and Public Health,” will be … Continue reading
In Boston on Friday, January 18, 2019, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.: “Religion and Medicine: Should They Mix?”, cosponsored by the Veritas Forum, Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics, and The Initiative on Health Religion, and Spiritually at Harvard Medical School (HMS). … Continue reading
The annual Conference on Medicine and Religion is a leading forum for discourse and scholarship at the intersection of medicine and religion. It exists to enable health professionals and scholars to gain a deeper and more practical understanding of how … Continue reading
Just heard about the courses on tap (below) at the twelfth annual Summer Program in Patristic Studies (June 25-29, 2018), sponsored by the Pappas Patristic Institute of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. Learn more here. Announcement pdf. The … Continue reading
“It’s so obviously correct that law is better than war, and that it’s better to live in peace, with human rights, than to live in war, killing people whom you don’t even know.” Mr. Benjamin Ferencz, a human rights lawyer … Continue reading
This is just one of a number of academic and pastoral resources related to thinking about disability issues as they relate to religion, past and present. See also, for example: https://www.facebook.com/theologydisability/ http://www.aaiddreligion.org/newsletter National Collaborative on Faith and Disability Working Group for … Continue reading
The Pappas Patristic Institute Annual Summer Patristic Studies Program July 30 – August 4, 2017 Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Brookline, Massachusetts This summer’s faculty (tragically mono-gendered, but good men, for all that…) and their course offerings include: … Continue reading
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Resisting Borders, a no-travel virtual conference on refugee and migrant health, mobility, human rights and responsibilities will take place October 9-11, 2017, cosponsored by seven different universities in the United States, Canada, and Switzerland. Call for papers deadline is April … Continue reading
Extraordinary symposium at Harvard Divinity School last week, as part of the Religious Literacy Project. View the program. Read the case studies and related readings. Watch webcast sessions: 1. Plenary Panel 2. Ebola and HIV/AIDS 3. Syria 4. Cyclone Nargis 5. … Continue reading
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A few notes from the December 2, 2016 Symposium sponsored by the Harvard Initiative on Health, Religion and Spirituality*: Regular attendance at religious services seems to have a protective effect. -Tyler Vanderweele (learn more at: Li, S., Stamfer, M., Williams, D.R. … Continue reading
Beholden was the focus of a roundtable panel discussion in a Religion, Medicines, and Healing Group session at last week’s American Academy of Religion meeting. Below is a list of those who presided and presented. Audio files of the session are available … Continue reading
From Aid to Accompaniment: A New Way of Thinking About Delivering Foreign Aid will lay out a theory of accompaniment and illustrate its effective implementation across a variety of fields, including medicine, education, conflict resolution, and care for abandoned children. Authored … Continue reading
The Science, Religion, and Culture program at Harvard Divinity School announces the 5th annual “Ways of Knowing: Graduate Conference on Religion,” October 27-29, 2016, on the theme of “Religion and Time.” Papers are also welcome on three special modular themes: … Continue reading
Yale’s Institute of Sacred Music, Congregations Project will host a conference July 19-21, 2016: Poverty, Wealth, and Worship Learn more!
Gary Anderson, Hesburgh Professor of Catholic Theology at Notre Dame and an expert on Christianity and Judaism in antiquity, recently presented a lecture on “Jewish attitudes of wealth and poverty” at the Brown University Judaic Studies conference on the same … Continue reading
Coming soon! November 1-3, 2015. View and download the poster. Learn more here.
In September, the Harvard Global Health Institute (HGHI) celebrated its fifth year with a Symposium that included among its speakers Harvard University’s President Drew Faust, HGHI Founding Faculty Director Dr. Sue J. Goldie (above center), current Director Dr. Ashish Jha … Continue reading
On November 6-7, 2015, Lutheran Church of the Reformation, Washington, DC will host a symposium on economic justice marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Hear from prominent scholars about the work of Martin Luther and other reformers to … Continue reading
“In our turbulent world, health improvement can be a bridge to peace and prosperity, an antidote to intolerance, a source of shared security.” –Dean Julio Frenk, Harvard School of Public Health, 9/12/14 View this video from 2013 on “Mobilizing for Global … Continue reading
To view individual sessions, link (above) to the colloquium home page video gallery and select “playlist” or view the full playlist here. View the program.
May 7-8, 2015 Sponsored by the Department of Inter-Orthodox, Ecumenical, and Interfaith Relations of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. View the program, registration, and more information.
Upcoming conference on “Law, Religion, and Health in America” May 7-9, 2015, sponsored by the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School. The conference is free but preregistration is required.
…or not? Here’s one opinion essay to provoke thought and conversation, taken from the Deseret News, Utah’s oldest continuously published daily paper. The story reports on a recent conference, “Perceptions: Science and Religious Communities,” held March 13, 2015 in Washington and hosted by the … Continue reading
Several papers on poverty and health care issues related to patristic studies will be part of the October 9-11, 2014 Pappas Patristic Insitute Conference at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Seminary in Brookline, Massachusetts. Dr. Sébastien Falardeau, a chaplain/psychotherapist and co-founder … Continue reading
A conference on “Poverty and Wealth in Ancient Christianity (1st-5th centuries)” took place on May 8-10, 2014, in Rome, sponsored by the Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum. Learn more about the program here or view an archived image of the full … Continue reading
“The Transformation of Poverty, Philanthropy, and Healthcare in Late Antiquity” will be the theme focus of the eleventh biennial Shifting Frontiers in Late Antiquity conference to be held at the University of Iowa on March 26-29, 2015. Invited keynote speakers … Continue reading
Harvard’s Science, Religion & Culture program invites graduate student proposals for October conference
The Science, Religion, and Culture Program at Harvard Divinity School is soliciting proposals for the third annual graduate conference on religion at Harvard Divinity School (October 23-25, 2014). The conference aims at promoting interdisciplinary discussion of prevailing assumptions (both within … Continue reading
Lectures and panel discussions from a conference on poverty at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary on May 31 and June 1, 2013 are now available as webcast audio. View the conference flier here. Listen to: Session One Session Two Session … Continue reading
Click above to learn more about the symposium events at Glastonbury Abbey and Harvard Divinity School June 6-8, 2013
What can Augustinian ethics, mothers in poverty who consider themselves religious, and statistics on racial inequities teach us about responding to “Poverty and American National Priorities”? Find out by viewing the panel discussion that was held at the Boston College … Continue reading
“Christianity, Democracy, and the Shadow of Constantine,” conference sponsored by the Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University, to be held at Fordham (Bronx, NY) Tuesday, June 11 through Thursday, June 13, 2013. Speaker details and registration information available here.