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Wilding – the return of nature to a British farm
Author: Isabella Tree
Las Casas Institute Annual Lecture 2019
A Christian vision of ‘development’
Author: Patrick Watt
The Las Casas Institute Annual Lecture 2020 Traditional approaches to social and economic ‘development’ are being questioned in a world where hundreds of millions of people live in extreme poverty, while humankind also consumes beyond its environmental limits. Can Christianity offer both a critique of mainstream approaches to development, and a more positive vision of...
Future of Humanities conference, session 3
Conference on the Future of Humanities, Session 3 16:55–17:00 – Introduction of Prof. Terry Eagleton, Dr Clare Broome Saunders, Blackfriars Hall, Oxford 17:00–18:00 – Prof. Terry Eagleton, Lancaster University, “The Crisis in the Humanities” 18:00–18:45 – Discussion, Rapporteurs: Prof. Helen Small, Pembroke College, and Dr .Clare Broome Saunders
Future of Humanities, session 2
Author: Prof. John Drakakis, and Prof. Emma Smith
Conference on the Future of Humanities, Session 2 15:10–15:15 – Introduction of Second Session, Prof. John Drakakis, University of Stirling 15:15–16:00 – Prof. Emma Smith, Hertford College, Oxford ”Vocation versus Profession in English Studies” 16:00–16:30 – Discussion, Rapporteur, Prof. Michael Collins, Georgetown University and Prof. John Drakakis
Future of Humanities, session 1
Author: Dr Kathryn Temple
Conference on the Future of Humanities, Session 1 00:00-07:00 – Welcome and Introduction of First Session, Prof. Michael Scott 00:07-1:07:00 – Dr. Kathryn Temple, Georgetown University, “Reinventing the Humanities: Enchantment, Estrangement, Adjacent Possibilities” 1:07:00–1:17:00 – Discussion, Rapporteurs: Cicely Havely, The Open University and Prof. Michael Scott
Human Dignity and the Image of God
Author: Sr Margaret Atkins OSA
Sr Margaret Atkins is an Augustinian canoness from the community at Boarbank Hall in Cumbria and a Research Fellow at Blackfriars Hall.
The Holy Trinity as a source of Human Dignity and Destiny according to St Thomas Aquinas
Author: Rev. Dr. Richard Conrad OP
Human Dignity and Bioethics
Author: Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia
Public lecture by the co-founder of the renowned Sant’Egidio community in Rome.
Medium through Medium: Information and Language in the Play of Biblical Revelation
Author: Dr Gabor Ambrus
From the Colloquium, Theology: between Information and Language.
Response to ‘Technologies of Hope’ (Floridi)
Author: Rev Dr Andrew Pinsent
From the colloquium, Theology: Between Information and Language.