The Discipline of Theology in the Nineteenth Century

4 March 2015

Seminar room 5, The Cripps Building, Chesterton Road, Cambridge, CB4 3AS

Open to all and free to attend. 

Speakers and respondents

  • Professor Thomas Albert Howard (Gordon College)
  • Dr Robert Priest (Royal Holloway)
  • Professor Johannes Zachhuber (Oxford)
  • Dr James Carleton-Paget (Cambridge)
  • Professor David Thompson (Cambridge)
  • Reverend Dr Jeremy Morris (Cambridge)
  • Dr Colin Barr (Aberdeen)
  • Professor Eamon Duffy (Cambridge)

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​This event is supported by funding from the European Research Council under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013)/ ERC grant agreement no 295463

Administrative assistance: eeh39@cam.ac.uk

Wednesday 4 March 2015

9.30

Registration

10.00

Professor Tal Howard (Gordon College/CRASSH Visiting Fellow) Ignaz von Döllinger and Catholic Theology before the First Vatican Council

Respondent: Dr Robert Priest (Royal Holloway, University of London)

11.30

Refreshments

12.00

Dr Colin Barr (University of Aberdeen) The Idea of a University and the Mirror of Erised

Respondent: Professor Eamon Duffy (University of Cambridge)

13.30

Lunch

14.30

Professor David Thompson (University of Cambridge) Theology for Undergraduates in Nineteenth-Century England

Respondent: Revd Dr Jeremy Morris (University of Cambridge)

16.00

Refreshments

16.30

Professor Johannes Zachhuber (University of Oxford) Theology as a Rationalisation of Religion: The Case of the Nineteenth-Century Research University

Respondent: Dr James Carleton-Paget (University of Cambridge)

18.00

Drinks