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January 2013

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Call for Proposals

Proposals are invited for a cosponsored session with the Martin Luther and Global Lutheran Traditions Group on contemporary appropriations of Augustine and Luther, with particular focus on Augustinian and/or Lutheran theological or philosophical intellectual projects in the in twentieth and twenty-first centuries. How are specific currents in either Augustine’s or Luther’s thought making their presence felt in our world? Papers representing a wide range of disciplines and geographies are most welcome. Of particular interest are proposals that illumine the points of tension, confrontation, and transformation that are inevitably present in the appropriation of major figures from the past.


This Group provides a forum for the historical and constructive study of issues relating to the thought of Augustine, including how it was received in various eras and how it might be a resource for religious thought today.

Anonymity of Review Process

Proposer names are anonymous to Chairs and Steering Committee members during review, but visible to Chairs prior to final acceptance or rejection.


Kari Kloos
Regis University
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Paul R. Kolbet
Wellesley, MA
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Method of Submission


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