December 21, 2022, 13:00-15:30
Aarhus University, building 1451-416 and online.
Sponsored by the research program at the Department of Theology.
September 22-23, 2022
PhD and postdoctoral course & conference.
Keynote Speakers: Aslaug Kristiansen, Paul Mendes-Flohr, Peter Szendy and Salomé Voegelin.
Friday, September 2, 2022, 10:00-11:00 o’clock Via Zoom
Dr. Paul Mendes-Flohr is professor emeritus at Hebrew University Jerusalem & University of Chicago
August 23,2022 at 14.15-16.00.
Aarhus Univeristy, Nobelauditoriet, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 3, building 1482
Discussion between Anders-Christian Jacobsen and Sasja Stopa. Moderated by Claudia Welz.
August 15-16, 2022 PhD course & conference. Keynote speakers: Jan Dietrich, Thomas Schwarz Wentzer, Troels Engberg-Pedersen, Claudia Welz.
See the program here
June 17, 2022 Lunch meeting Oslo-Aarhus on migration & hospitality, climate crisis & environmental ethics. See the program here.
June 15-16, 2022 PhD and postdoctoral course & conference. Keynote speakers: Luca di Blasi (University of Berne), Menachem Fisch (Tel Aviv University), Elad Lapidot (University of Lille) and Heiko Schulz (Goethe-University Frankfurt).
May 6, 2022, 15:45-16:45.
Inaugural lecture of Claudia Welz at Aarhus University
March 9, 2022, 17:00-19:00: Online-Seminar ”The development of an inter-epistemological approach to religious conflicts“. Speakers: Luca di Blasi (University of Berne) and Elad Lapidot (Université de Lille). Register by sending an e-mail to Claudia Welz at email@example.com by March 7.
Sept. 13, 2021
Discussion of Menachem Fisch, ”A Modest Proposal: Toward a Religious Politics of Epistemic Humility” in: The Rationality of Religious Dispute, red. Hava Tirosh-Samuelson og Aaron W. Hughes, Leiden: Brill 2016, s. 49-71
Conference, PhD and postdoctoral course: “Relational Ontology in Luther, Kierkegaard, and Løgstrup: Investigating the ‘In-Between’ Self and Other,” August 25-26, 2021, Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University. Keynote speakers: Marius Timmann Mjaaland (Oslo University), Robert Stern (University of Sheffield), and Patrick Stokes (Deakin University, Melbourne).
PhD course and online seminar: “Agapeistic Ethics: Exploring the Second-Person Perspective,” May 27-28, 2021, Aarhus University. Keynote speakers: Stephen Darwall (Yale University), Werner Jeanrond (Oslo University), and Peter Kline (St. Francis Theological College, Brisbane). The aim of this seminar is to provide an overview of theories describing the second-person perspective and its importance to agapeistic ethics. All interested are welcome!
Employing chavruta, we read and discussed Martin Buber’s book Daniel (1913) in 2021 and are currently reading I and Thou (1923) together with Paul Mendes-Flohr, Professor emeritus, University of Chicago/Hebrew University of Jerusalem. If you want to participate in the reading evenings, please mail to the host and convenor, professor Claudia Welz: firstname.lastname@example.org