- African Female Theologians Telling Stories ‘Connected but Disconnected’African Female Theologians in Europe (A.F.T.E.) invites you to a first of its kind symposium under the theme 'Connected but Disconnected'. The symposium will critically explore how A.F.T.E. (and other outsider-insiders) negotiate the (dis)connections they encounter as they participate in Dutch and Flemish theological discourse. The event will bring together a range of scholars whose work engages and intersects with the aims and concerns of A.F.T.E.
- IRTI Webinar ‘Theology, Climate Change and the Pandemic’The worldwide outbreak of Covid-19 makes us deeply aware of human vulnerability. This concerns not only our global interconnectedness which led to the rapid worldwide spreading of the virus, but also the deep connections between the wellbeing of humans, other living creatures, and entire ecosystems. Both the pandemic and the environmental crisis ask for fundamental theological reflection on the human relationship with the earth.
- Call for papers: The Search For Moral Common GroundIn the current political, cultural, and moral climate, constructive debates about morality are rare. On the one hand, positions are highly polarized. On the other hand, there seems to be a significant relativistic tendency. Can we still have meaningful conversations about matters of morality? We invite theologians, philosophers and others working in the field of humanities or related disciplines, interested in the theme of Searching Moral Common Ground, to submit their proposals for a paper presentation at the Moral Compass International Conference.
- PThU International Conference 'Negotiating Good Life in Times of Crisis: Voices of Theology and Religious Studies'Theologians and scholars in religious studies are called to reflect on good life. This international conference seeks to create a platform for reflecting together on good life in the face of the interrelated crises of today’s world. The conference aims to explore what constitutes a ‘good life’ and in what way ‘good life’ is envisioned and promoted in religion. We will inquire religious sources as well as beliefs and practices, in both historical and contemporary perspective. How do Christians and others negotiate ‘good’ life in times of crisis?