From the Thomas Institute at the Tilburg School of Catholic Theology (the Netherlands) comes a Call for Papers for an International Conference entitled: “Initiation and Mystagogy in Thomas Aquinas: Theological, Philosophical, Liturgical, and Pedagogical Perspectives” to be held December 13-15, 2018 in Utrecht (the Netherlands). Keynote speakers include Bernard Blankenhorn O.P., Matthew Levering and Daria Spezzano. Those interested in presenting a paper should submit an abstract (including a title, a summary of their proposed paper, and their institutional affiliation) to J.I.M.Vijgen@uvt.nl by March 1st, 2018. Notification of acceptance will be given by April 15, 2018. For further information please check the website of the Thomas Institute, http://www.thomasinstituut.org/nws.php?nws_id=164, or download the PDF
I received the final conference program from Prof. Dr. Henk Schoot, director of the Thomas Instituut in Utrecht (The Netherlands) (see our earlier post here). The Institute organizes its fourth international conference on the theological virtues in Aquinas from 11-14 December 2013.
Speakers include Eleonore Stump, Michael Sherwin O.P. and John O'Callaghan and many other contributors from North America.
You can download the conference program here!
The volumes 1-25 (1981-2006) of their yearbook are now available in pdf-format here. Although initially written in Dutch, they include contributions written in other languages as well.
From 11 until 14 december 2013 the ‘Thomas Instituut Utrecht’ will organize its fourth international conference. Previous conferences were devoted to the themes ‘Divine Transcendence and Immanence in Aquinas, 2005), ‘Aquinas as authority, 2000) and ‘Aquinas on Guilt and Forgiveness, 1995), the proceedings of which are are published by Peeters, Leuven.
The 2013 Conference is entitled: “Faith, Hope and Love. Thomas Aquinas on living by the infused virtues”.
Check out their call for papers here.
Proposals should be send to the director Prof. Henk Schoot (h.j.m.schoot[AT]uvt.nl) before March 1, 2013.