In efforts to engender the kind of collaborative, critical, and interdisciplinary exchanges we consider indispensable to academic and religious environments alike, the Center for Barth Studies is advancing a CALL FOR PAPERS and GRADUATE STUDENT PLENARY SECTION for the ninth annual Karl Barth Conference on Karl Barth, Jews, & Judaism.
Abstracts of no more than 250 words must be submitted no later than March 1, 2014. Please include a short bio with school affiliation and contact information on a separate page of your submission. Accepted papers should be no more than 3,500 words and will be presented at concurrent sessions on June 16 & 17.
Victoria Barnett (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)
Eberhard Busch (Georg-August-Universitἅt-Gὂttingen)
Ellen Charry (Princeton Theological Seminary)
George Hunsinger (Princeton Theological Seminary)
Mark Lindsay (MCD University of Divinity)
David Novak (University of Toronto)
Peter Ochs (University of Virginia).
Papers considering the subject from a broad range of disciplines are encouraged,
including but not limited to:
- Comparative Politics
- Political Organization
- Public Law
- Political Theology
- Security Studies
Submissions are open to faculty, staff, activists, independent scholars, students, ministers, and others currently holding a doctorate, in a doctoral program, or its equivalent.
Nathaniel A. Maddox
Assistant Librarian | Center for Barth Studies
Princeton Theological Seminary
64 Mercer Street
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