Conference: Thomas Aquinas and the Greek Fathers
The Thomistic Institute and The Aquinas Center for Theological Renewal at Ave Maria University are co-sponsoring a conference this January on "Thomas Aquinas and the Greek Fathers." The conference will include presentations by Khaled Anatolios (University of Notre Dame), Joseph Wawrykow (University of Notre Dame), and Marcus Plested (Marquette University), among several others.
The conference will take place at Ave Maria University in Ave Maria, Florida from January 26th-January 27th.
The conference is open to submissions pertaining to its theme. The "Greek Fathers" for each of the papers is understood quite broadly, such as a single Greek Father in relation to Aquinas, a theological topic in Greek patristics that would be particularly fruitful in dialogue with Aquinas, Aquinas's own research into the Greek Fathers, the debate in the 20th century (and today) in historical theology regarding scholastic and ressourcement principles, or matters of theological methodology more broadly involving Greek patristics and Thomism.
The deadline to submit inquiries for the TI and Ave Maria University's January conference "Thomas Aquinas and the Greek Fathers" is August 1st. Those interested in presenting a paper should email email@example.com by that date with a title, a summary of their proposed paper, and their institutional affiliation. For more information visit aveconferences.com/aquinas-greekfathers.
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