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Category: Global and Ecumenical Networks

What is Global Catholicism? Forum at SLU

  On behalf of our colleagues at St. Louis University’s Center for Research on Global Catholicism, we invite you to attend an online zoom forum on September 24, 12:00-1:15 (CDT) via Zoom or in-person at Boileau Hall. Professors Heidi Ardizzone, Kevin Ingram, and Grant Kaplan will share their current research and reflect with the audience […]

Call for Papers – “Decolonizing Churches”

Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network’s 14th Annual Conference June 22-25, 2022 Universidad Interamericana de Puetro Rico San Juan, Puerto Rico in collaboration with Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico Seminario Evangélico de Puerto Rico The Union of Charismatic Orthodox Churches   For more information on the conference topic, “Decolonizing Churches”, details on the conference registration, and […]

Ecclesiological Investigations Zoom Gathering, September 24th

Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network invites members, friends, & others to gather by Zoom on Friday September 24th, 2021 from 4-6pm (EST) to celebrate the Ecclesiological Investigations past and to look ahead to the Ecclesiological Investigations future. For more detailed information, click on this “Sept 24 2021 Ecclesiological Investigations gathering” Announcement Join the Zoom Meeting […]

Check Out Visiting Researcher’s, Margaret Bendroth, New Article

Visiting Researcher, Margaret Bendroth, has recently published a new article in The Review of Faith & International Affairs.   Bendroth looks at how the legacy of the Pilgrims shaped religion in the United States up to the early twentieth century. To read the interesting article, check out “Who Owns the Pilgrim Fathers? American Protestants and […]

Daryl Ireland to Speak on Chinese Revivalist John Song

This fall, Dr. Daryl Ireland, CGCM associate director, will be giving a presentation about his recent book, John Song: Modern Chinese Christianity and the Making of a New Man (Baylor University Press, 2020). The event is part of the fall semester events being hosted by the Overseas Ministry Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary. Dr. […]

Call for Essay Proposals: Methodism & American Empire Project

Dr. David W. Scott and Dr. Filipe Maia are leading the Methodism & American Empire Project, a forthcoming collection of essays on the connections between Methodism (or churches in the Wesleyan tradition) and US imperialism. Dr. Scott is the mission theologian for the United Methodist Church and a visiting researcher with the CGCM, and Dr. […]

Upcoming Conference on “Christianity & Empire Revisited”

On May 27-28, the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics and Public Life and the Faculty of Theology & Religion at the University of Oxford will host an online conference on the theme “Christianity, Commerce and Civilisation? Christianity and Empire Revisited: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.” During the Modern period the study of patterns of colonialization and […]

Margaret Rigg Collection Available at Boston University Theo Arts Gallery

Many pieces of artwork from the Margaret Rigg Collection are now available for virtual viewing through the Boston University Theo Arts Gallery. Dating back to the late 1950s and 1960s, the works explore theological themes like crucifixion, la pieta, and the holiness of the body through the lens of the beginning of the Cold War […]

Dana Robert to Speak on “Constructing World Fellowship” at Knox College, Toronto

On March 3, CGCM Director Dr. Dana Robert will give a public lecture entitled “Constructing World Fellowship: Christian Practices and Insights from a Century Ago” at Knox College, one of the member colleges of the Toronto School of Theology. The event will take place from 4:00-5:30pm EST. The event is free, but registration is required […]

Upcoming Virtual Events in Mission History: Brazilian Evangelicalism, Women & Historiography

The Institute of Historical Research at the School of Advanced Study at the University of London is hosting two events that will be of interest to historians of Christian mission. On February 23, 2021, 5:30pm – 7:00pm (London time), Dr. Pedro Feitoza of the Brazilian Centre of Analysis and Planning will give a presentation entitled “Immigrants, […]