Issues in Anglicanism: 2 funded places
Two fully-funded places for Postgraduate Students/Early Career Scholars are available for a small Canterbury-based symposium:
Contemporary Issues in the Worldwide Anglican Communion: a research symposium
September 26 & 27 2013, Canterbury Lodge, UK
Twenty international scholars are gathering for two days to discuss current issues such as:
Gender, Aging, Youth, Sexuality, Economics, Welfare, Class, Growth/Decline, Power and authority shifts (global south/north, gender, age), Health, State/Church relations; Anglican/Vatican relations; Church and community, Social Action.
Applicants should include a brief CV, paper proposal and reasons for wanting to participate.
Application Deadline: August 1 2013 to Dr. Abby Day, University of Kent, Canterbury: a.f.day
The event forms part of Dr Abby Dayâ€™s ESRC-funded research into the nature and future of the Churchâ€™s most loyal cohort, older women, and is generously funded by the ESRC, the University of Kent, and Lambeth Palace.
Costs of UK travel, symposium accommodation and all meals are included.