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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 […]

Applications Open for Global Ecumenical Theological Institute 2022

Sponsored by the World Council of Churches, the Global Ecumenical Theological Institute is now accepting applications for its program next year, which will take place between July-September 2022 and will have online and residential components. The theme for 2022 is “Christ’s Love (Re)Moves Borders.” The residential phase will occur in conjunction with the WCC meeting […]

Lamin Sanneh Research Grants Available

The Overseas Ministry Study Center (OMSC) at Princeton Theological Seminary is now accepting proposals for two research grants established in honor of Professor Lamin Sanneh. The grants will fund work by scholars from the Middle East, Oceania, Latin America, Eastern Europe, Africa, or Asia in the field of mission studies, intercultural theology, or related fields. […]

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. […]

Bulhoek Centenary Symposium

On May 24, 2021 (8:00-12:50 SAST), the University of Pretoria Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship and the Johannesburg Institute of Advanced Study are hosting a symposium which will remember the Bulhoek Massacre of 1921, in which members of the Israelites Church were killed by Union police and in which its leader, Enoch Mgijima, was […]

Registration for Regional AAR Symposium

The New England-Maritimes Region of the American Academy of Religion is hosting a virtual symposium on April 9, 2021. Registration is now open, and the schedule is available. Dr. Mayra Rivera of Harvard Divinity School and Dr. Marla F. Frederick of Candler School of Theology will serve as keynote speakers. Current BUSTH PhD candidates Shaunesse’ […]

Eugenio Menegon to Deliver Lecture in “Keys to Understanding Early Modern Christianities” Series

On April 20 at 10am (Central European Time), CGCM faculty associate Dr. Eugenio Menegon will deliver one of the Frankfurt Lectures on “Keys to Understanding Early Modern Christianities.” His topic, local religion in late imperial China, is one of several interesting themes explored by the lecturers, such as polycentricity in global Catholicism, tolerance in the […]