"Christianity, The Unity of Knowledge, and the Secularized Academy"
June 22-26, 2013 at the University of Chicago
Applications due March 15
This five day intensive seminar for graduate students in the humanities and theology will analyze the historical and intellectual reasons for the secularization and specialized fragmentation of knowledge characteristic of the contemporary academy. Through reading and discussion of Scholarship pertaining to the historical processes through which knowledge was secularized, participants will explore ways in which knowledge has been alternatively understood.
Brad Gregory is professor of history and the Dorothy G. Griffin collegiate chair at the University of Notre Dame. He most recently published The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society.
Students will be provided with accommodations and meals for the duration of the seminar. Funds are also available to provide for student travel.
More information and the application can be found at www.lumenchristi.org/gregory-seminar/
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