seminars

The seminars cover a range of interests beyond the fellow’s subjects of research and the research lines: the status of exegesis on the Acts of the Apostles or the questions connected to the use of the post-tridentine missal in the Catholic church, Pentecostalism or the Evangelical theology constitute today the themes to which are invited speakers from all around the world. The activity of the school – of which Silvia Scatena is the coordinator – corresponds to the rigorous standards of quality in terms of admission procedures, published thesis and organized seminars. The aim is to reach within a four-year term a formal evaluation of the activity and programming by the scientific committee.

The participation in the seminars is open to the members of the Foundation as well as to scholars and academics who wish to follow them in their entirety, preparing through a series of lectures given in time to the participants: to be admitted is necessary to send an email to segreteria@fscire.it. Any changes of time or data can be found on the site www.fscire.it

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Seminars Calendar 2018

12 marzo 2018, h 10-16
Antonio Gerace (Leuven)
L’età d’oro dell’esegesi cattolica (1550-1650)

28 marzo 2018, h 10.30- 18
Gaetano Lettieri (Università di Roma – Sapienza)
Machiavelli pontificio tra Erasmo e Pasquino (1525-1527)

12-13 aprile 2018, h 9-18
Matteo Nicolini Zani (Monastero di Bose)
Un cristianesimo plasmato dall’alterità cinese: letture critiche di un incontro tra fede cristiana e cultura cinese nella storia

16-17 aprile 2018, h 9-18
Robin W. Lovin (Southern Methodist University, Dallas)
Christian Realism and the New Realities: Reinhold Niebuhr and Contemporary Politics

14-15 maggio 2018, h 9-18
Robert Launay (Northwestern University, Chicago)
Contextualizing Piety: Islam in West Africa and beyond

23-24 maggio 2018, h 9-18
Joshua T. Mauldin (Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton)
Karl Barth and Dietrich Bonhoeffer on the Ethical Life of Modern Society

21-22 giugno 2018, h 9-18
Giovanni Pizzorusso (Università di Chieti-Pescara)
La Congregazione de Propaganda Fide e la giurisdizione pontificia universale del papa sulle missioni in età moderna

17-19 luglio 2018, h 9-18
Christopher Bellitto (Kean University, Union NJ)
Reconsidering Medieval Church Reform: Words and Works (17-18 luglio)
Benedict XVI’s Resignation: Historical Reflections, Future Considerations (19 luglio)

20-21 settembre 2018, h 9-18
Nicola Melis (Università di Cagliari)
Comunità, minoranze e jihad nella letteratura sunnita classica e contemporanea