Archive | October, 2013

‘The Scandal of the Cross: Sexualised Violence, Torture and Public Theology’–Prof David Tombs, 13 November

WEDNESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER 2013 | 18:00 – 19:30 ‘The Scandal of the Cross: Sexualised Violence, Torture and Public Theology’ Professor David Tombs (Trinity College Dublin) Venue: Neill/Hoey Lecture Theatre, Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin What insights do contemporary reports of torture and sexualised violence o­ffer for an understanding of crucifixion? This lecture examines […]

‘Liberating Power: Asian Feminist Theological Perspectives’–Interactive Videoconference, 15 November

Come and join other participants from Johannesburg, Glasgow, Boston, Chicago and Santa Clara for an Interactive videoconference on: ‘Liberating Power: Asian Feminist Theological Perspectives’. Date: Friday, 15 November 2013 Time: 4pm – 5:30pm, (brief introduction begins at 3:45pm) Venue: Room G16, Irish School of Ecumenics and Loyola Institute Building, Trinity College Dublin. For further information […]

Conflict Resolution & Reconciliation Students on Tour of Belfast

Conflict Resolution & Reconciliation Students on Tour of Belfast VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL Last week students enrolled in the ‘Reconciliation in Northern Ireland’ module on the Master’s in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation had a group tour of Belfast, encompassing both the East and West of the city. Students attended the re-launch of ‘For God […]

Conflict Resolution & Reconciliation Programme Welcomes Community Learning Partners

The Conflict Resolution & Reconciliation Master’s programme in Belfast recently welcomed representatives from its ‘Community Learning’ partner organisations at a special lunch where they had their first meetings with students who will be working with them in the coming year. Lunch with Community Partners 2013 VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL This year students are working […]

Seminar with Gerry Hefferan on Solidarity and the Journey for Justice: an Australian Perspective, 15 October

Irish School of Ecumenics presents Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies Seminar Local People, Local Stories – Solidarity and the Journey for Justice: an Australian Perspective Gerard Hefferan Fr. Gerry Hefferan is a priest of the Archdiocese of Brisbane, Australia, an experienced practitioner in the field of Intercultural Theology and a leader in community-based solidarity projects […]

‘Religious Pluralities and the Question of Theologies at the University’ Lecture TUESDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2013

The Loyola Institute and the Trinity Long Room Hub invites you to a lecture TUESDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2013 17:00 – 18:00 ‘Religious Pluralities and the Question of Theologies at the University’ A lecture by Professor Peter Strohschneider (University of Munich, and Head of German Research Foundation)  The lecture will be followed by a Round Table discussion entitled […]