KOINONIA FORUM 2014 // CFP // WEALTH AND POVERTY
April 21-22, 2014 / Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey
The dynamic between poverty and wealth has informed human relationships and social organization from earliest history, and it continues to shape relations between individuals and societies around the globe. Koinonia Forum, the graduate student conference of Princeton Theological Seminary, invites paper proposals for its spring 2014 forum on wealth and poverty. Willis Jenkins (UVA) will deliver the keynote lecture.
Topics from a broad thematic range are welcomed, including but not limited to:
History of Science
If interested, please submit a 150 word proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15, 2013.
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