Join with Christian faculty and administrators from across North America to consider the legitimacy of religiously informed thought and expression within the curricular life of the university.
Examine ways in which scholars of faith may exercise their academic right and responsibility to engage in creative and constructive dialogue with the reigning social and intellectual currents of our time.
Major speakers include: G. Dennis O'Brien, President Emeritus, University of Rochester and Bucknell University; Robert N. Bellah, Sociologist, UC Berkeley; John Eastman, Chapman University School of Law; Katherine Clay Bassard, English Literature, Virginia Commonwealth University; Jay Budziszewski, Government & Philosophy, University of Texas, Austin.
Academic Paper Sessions will be held. Papers must address a topic related either to the conference theme or to the subject of Christian faith and its relevance to one's profession within higher education. Submisions will be peer-reviewed. The deadline for abstracts/proposals is April 18, 2003.
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