Tuesday, 11 June 2013
Session I | O'Keefe Commons of O'Hare Residence Hall Complex
Moderator: Andrew Walsh, Trinity College
2:00-2:30: Timothy D. Barnes, School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh, “Emperors and Bishops of Constantinople, 324-431”
2:30-3:00: Holger A. Klein, Columbia University, “From Sign to Sacred Matter: Constantine, Helena and the True Cross”
Session II | O'Keefe Commons of O'Hare Residence Hall Complex
Moderator: Kevin Wilkinson, University of Toronto
4:00-4:30: James C. Skedros, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, "'You cannot have a church without an empire': Political Orthodoxy in Byzantium"
4:30-5:00: Peter I. Kaufman, University of Richmond, “(Dis)owning Constantinian Christianity”
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
Keynote Address I | O'Keefe Commons of O'Hare Residence Hall Complex
Moderator: Brenna Moore, Fordham University
9:00-10:30: Fr. J. Bryan Hehir, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, "Post-Conciliar Catholicism and Democracy"
Session III | O'Keefe Commons of O'Hare Residence Hall Complex
Moderator: Christopher Cullen, SJ, Fordham University
11:00-11:30: Luke Bretherton, Duke Divinity School, “Power to the People: Orthodoxy, Consociational Democracy and The Move Beyond Phyletism”
11:30-12:00: Mary Doak, University of San Diego, “Power, Protest, and Perichoresis: On Being Church in a Secular Society”
Session IV | O'Keefe Commons of O'Hare Residence Hall Complex
Moderator: A. Edward Siecienski, Richard Stockton School of New Jersey
2:00-2:30: Eric Gregory, Princeton University, “Strange Fruit: Augustine, Liberalism, and the Good Samaritan”
2:30-3:00: Perry Hamalis, North Central College, "Democracy and the Dynamics of Death: Orthodox Reflections on the Origin and Limits of Politics"
3:00-3:30: Kristina Stoeckl, University of Vienna, "Orthodox Theology and Liberal Values: The Human Rights Debate in the Russian Orthodox Church"
Keynote Address II | Flom Auditorium, Walsh Family Library
Welcome Remarks: Nancy A. Busch, Fordham University
Moderator: Terrence Tilley, Fordham University
4:30-6:00: Stanley Hauerwas, Duke Divinity School, “How Not To Be a Political Theologian”
Thursday, 13 June 2013
Keynote Address III | Flom Auditorium, Walsh Family Library
Moderator: Bradford Hinze, Fordham University
9:00-10:30: Fr. Emmanuel Clapsis, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, "Liberal democracy and the Orthodox Church"
Session V | Flom Auditorium, Walsh Family Library
Moderator: Christina M. Gschwandtner, Fordham University
11:00-11:30: Nathaniel Wood, Fordham University, "The Politics of Theosis in Modern Russian Orthodox Theology"
11:30-12:00: Pascal Hämmerli, University of Fribourg, "Western Democracy vs. 'Russian Civilization': Human Rights and the Orthodox Church in Russia"