‘Religion Matters’: Celebrating the Work of Professor Peter Lineham

‘Religion Matters’: Celebrating the Work of Professor Peter Lineham

The registration fee is $140 ($85 unwaged)

Conference dinner additional – $50pp (Mon 3 Dec)

Accommodation suggestions are listed on the conference website, and a draft programme will be available shortly. Please check this website for updates, which will also be notified on the RHAANZ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/religioushistoryassociationanz/.

Note that the conference registration desk will open at 8:45am on Mon 3 Dec for a 9:15 start; the conference will conclude by 3:45pm on Tue 4 Dec.

The conference schedule includes a rich and broad-ranging line-up of talks. Keynotes, including talks speaking directly to Peter’s career and contribution, will be delivered by Prof. Michael Belgrave, Prof. Margaret Tennant, the Rev. Dr. Allan Davidson, and Dr. Meredith Lake.

Please register early and spread the word. We look forward to seeing you at what promises to be a thoroughly stimulating and enjoyable two-day conference.

Venue:

Round Room, Atrium Building, Massey University East Precinct, Dairy Flat Highway (SH17), Albany

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Peace and Christianity in NZ

Peace and Christianity in NZ

“PEACE, NOT WAR, SHALL BE OUR BOAST”

Historical, theological and contemporary perspectives on peace and Christianity in New Zealand
Victoria University of Wellington, 18-20 November 2015

This conference will provide a forum for critical reflection on Christian contributions to peace and peacemaking in New Zealand. It will provide an opportunity to evaluate Christian contributions historically, and to think theologically about the relationship of peace to Christianity. The conference is being hosted by Victoria University, with support from the Religious History Association of Aotearoa NZ, the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (Otago), and the College of St John the Evangelist (Auckland).

Conference rates are subsidised: full registration: $80 ($70 early bird); unwaged/student: $40 ($35 early bird) – early bird rate applies where payment/registration is received by 31 October 2015.

Note that there are also a limited number of bursaries available for students, who should apply for these by 31 October.

Full details are available online (including  information about venue, timing, bursaries, and registration), or by emailing Geoff Troughton (geoff.troughton@vuw.ac.nz).