Christianity in its Contexts

Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Conference
Saturday April 28, 2018
St. Joseph's College Room 1-03 

This event is open to the public.

The study of Christianity is enriched by interdisciplinary dialogue that draws from a diversity of voices. Our conference invites undergraduates from a variety of disciplines to present their research on Christianity in any of its contexts. Relevant fields include (but are by no means limited to): history, theology, sociology, literature, economics, cultural studies, the fine arts, education, and the health sciences.

Panel Topics

Panel 1: Exercising and Exorcizing Christianity
Chair: Dr. Stephen Martin, The King’s University

Panel 2: Knowing Me, Knowing You: Philosophical Approaches 
Chair: Dr. Sean Hannan, MacEwan University 

Panel 3: Pushing Institutional Boundaries
Chair: Dr. Marc Cels, Athabasca University

Panel 4: Going for God: Prayer and Practice
Chair: Dr. Indre Cuplinskas, St. Joseph’s College, UAlberta

Panel 5: Forging a Holy People
Chair: Dr. Stéphane Saulnier, Newman Theological College

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