Second International Conference of the Orthodoxy in America Lecture Series
Co-Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University
June 28-30, 2010, at the Rose Hill campus of Fordham University in the Bronx

New Series at Fordham University Press:

Orthodox Christianity and Contemporary Thought


This series consists of books that seek to bring Orthodox Christianity into an engagement with contemporary forms of thought. Its goal is to promote (1) historical studies in Orthodox Christianity that are interdisciplinary, employ a variety of methods, and speak to contemporary issues; and (2) constructive theological arguments in conversation with patristic sources and that focus on contemporary questions ranging from the traditional theological and philosophical themes of God and human identity to cultural, political, economic, and ethical concerns. The books in the series explore both the relevancy of Orthodox Christianity to contemporary challenges and the impact of contemporary modes of thought on Orthodox self-understandings.

In addition to the types of monographs described above, the series publishes the proceedings from the Patterson Triennial Conference for Orthodox/Catholic Relations.



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