The 2016 Lonergan on the Edge CFP is now available! Our theme this year is “The Spirit of Vatican I?” and we aim to explore Lonergan and other major figures in mid-Twentieth Century Catholic theology and philosophy not primarily in light of their influence on Vatican II, but the influence of Vatican I and the 19th Century upon them. On our panelists this year are Jennifer Newsome Martin (University of Notre Dame), Grant Kaplan (St. Louis University), and Jeremy Wilkins (Boston College). Our keynote speaker is Eric Mabry (Lonergan Research Institute/Regis College, University of Toronto). Proposals are due July 31st and topics outside the theme will be considered.
Also, don’t miss the call for the 4th Annual M. Shawn Copeland Presentation in Contextual Theology, an extended (45 minute) and funded (travel, lodging) presentation slot in the conference schedule reserved especially for the strongest proposal focusing on the relationship between Contextual Theologies and Lonergan Studies. If you wish for your proposal to be considered for the Copeland Presentation, please let us know.
CFP is below:
The separate announcement for the M. Shawn Copeland Presentation in Contextual CFP can be found here. These are also due July 7th.
Please find the Lonergan on the Edge 2014 CFP here. Proposals are due July 7th.
The Lonergan Society is happy to announce the first installment of the M. Shawn Copeland Presentation in Contextual Theology, an annual, funded graduate student presentation on the intersection of contextual theology and Lonergan studies. A presentation flyer is attached below for general distribution. This year’s presentation is:
“Contextual Theology, Meaning, and Religious Communications,” Dr. Andrea Stapleton, Loyola University Chicago,
Friday, September 20th, 1:00-1:50 pm in Raynor Memorial Library Conference Center
On Saturday, September 21st, this year’s Lonergan on the Edge panel will take place in the Raynor Memorial Library conference center. Starting at 10am, Dr. J. Michael Stebbins of Avera Health, Dr. Steven Cone of Lincoln Christian University, Dr. L. Matthew Petillo of Boston College, Nick DiSalvatore, doctoral candidate in theology at Boston College, and Jen Sanders, doctoral student in theology at Boston College will be discussing “Grace, Consciousness, and Conversion” in Bernard Lonergan’s philosophy and theology. Lonergan on the Edge presentation sessions will continue that afternoon. A flyer with all of the relevant information is attached below for general distribution.
On Friday, September 20th, Dr. Jeremy Blackwood will be presenting this year’s Lonergan on the Edge keynote address. Dr. Blackwood will be speaking at 5pm in the Raynor Memorial Library conference center and his paper is titled, “Misbehavin’ in the Not Numerous Center: Karl Rahner’s The Trinity, Theological Method, and Liberation”. A flyer with the relevant information is provided below for general distribution: