Every other Friday afternoon during Michaelmas Term, Campion Hall will host a seminar for graduate students from across the University to share work and discuss research themes of common interest. The seminar will primarily be focused on questions related to Modern Theology, however all are welcome to attend and papers from various disciplinary backgrounds will be considered.
Each session will be centered around a presenter's text which is circulated to participants ahead of time. Discussion will be structured so as to facilitate engagement with the text and the relevant ideas related to it. Past presenters at this group have found it a useful forum to collect feedback on draft chapters, conference papers, or other pieces of writing.
Because of the need to circulate readings ahead of each meeting, registration is requested; please see the course details below for further information.
- Where: Seminar Room, Campion Hall (Brewer Street, OX11QS)
- When: Odd Weeks (1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th Weeks during term), Fridays at 3pm
- Who: Convener: Dr Nicholas Austin, SJ, Master of Campion Hall
- Contact: Joseph Simmons, SJ (email "email@example.com" to be added to the reading list or to request a session in which to present your own work)