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April 26: Peter Larkin: A Symposium (organized with Poetry at Warwick, CRPLA, and the Oxford Phenomenology Network)

TBA: CoRAL Reading Group: Catherine Keller, Cloud of the Impossible: Negative Theology and Planetary Entanglement (2015)


December 6: CoRAL Reading Group: Alfred Kentigern Siewers, 'Trees', The Battle of the Trees, The Dream of the Rood

October 18: CoRAL Reading Group: Bruno Latour, "Will Non-Humans Be Saved? An Argument in Ecotheology"

June 8-10: (Post)secular: Imagining faith in contemporary cultures


October 29: One-day symposium on the Roman Catholic poet, Elizabeth Jennings

June 15: Workshop: Cannibalism and the Eucharist

May 18: Exploring Faith in Post Secular Societies: A Forum for Public Engagement with Religion

March 8: Silke Horstkotte, "Sacraments and sacramentality in contemporary German poetry"


December 9: Litanic Verses workshop, led by Anna Czarnowus, Dominika Ruszkiewicz and Katarzyna Dudek, Institute of Polish Literature, University of Warsaw

February 11: Theology Reading Group: Alan Badiou


November 12: Professor John Milbank, University of Nottingham

May 16: Symposium: 'Questioning Religion'

May 12-17: Professor Mark Knight, IAS Visiting Fellow for CoRAL

March 12: Theology Reading Group: Sarah Coakley

March 5: Liz Herbert McAvoy (Swansea University), in collaboration with the Medieval Research Seminar

February 19: Theology Reading Group: Pseudo Macarius's Homilies


November 28: Professor Daphne Hampson (St Andrews, Emerita; Oxford University)

October 23: Theology Reading Group: David Jones

June 19: Theology Reading Group: John Milbank

June 5: Theology Reading Group: Luce Irigaray and Theology

May 22: Theology Reading Group: Secularism and the Islamic philosophy of Al-Andalus

May 15: Agata Bielik-Robson, Professor of Jewish Studies, University of Nottingham; Professor Bielik-Robson on Benjamin, Scholem, Jewish negative theology and Kafka

April 25: Jack Clemo seminar: CoRAL workshop on the religious poet, Jack Clemo, organized as part of Professor Philip Payton's visit to Warwick.

March 13: Theology Reading Group: Julian's Revelations

February 6: Theology Reading Group: Theology and Phenomenology


December 4: Theology Reading Group: C. S. Lewis's Mere Christianity

November 14: Theology Reading Group: Equivocation in casuistry

October 31: Paul Williams, Emeritus Professor of Indian and Tibetan Philosophy; podcast interview with Professor Williams on his book The Unexpected Way

October 24: Theology Reading Group: Jacques Maritain and 'Creative Intuition'

October 18: Workshop: Prasenjit Duara, Raffles Professor of Humanities National University of Singapore, on 'Transcendence and the non-Abrahamic religions

June 20: Theology Reading Group: Theology and Poetry - Prudentius

June 13: Theology Reading Group: New Atheism and its Critique

June 2-3: Workshop: Inter-disciplinary Workshop Conceptions of Jewishness – Beyond Essentialised Identities

May 15: Speakers: Lawrence Normand and Alison Winch (Middlesex University): ‘Is There Buddhism in 20th Century British and American Literature?’

May 14: Speaker: Yvonne Sherwood (University of Glasgow): ‘Binding-Unbinding: Pre-Critical “Critique” in Pre-Modern Jewish, Christian and Islamic Responses to the ‘Sacrifice’ of Abraham/Ibrahim’s Son’

April 25: Theology Reading Group: Queer Theology

March 12: Theology Reading Group: Kierkegaard

February 6: Theology Reading Group: Dante

January 16: Theology Reading Group: Plato


December 5: Theology Reading Group: Stanley Hauerwas

November 14: Theology Reading Group: Augustine

July 14-16: Conference: 'The Hospitable Text: New Approaches to Religion and Literature' (London Notre Dame Centre)

June 2-3: Conference: 'Religious Identities in Literature'

February 9: Speaker: Benjamin Saunders (University of Oregon): ‘Wonder Woman in Bondage’


November 30: Theology Reading Group: Ginsberg's Howl: A Cry of Protest against Religious Orthodoxy in 50s America?

March 9: Theology Reading Group: Bible and Translation

February 9: Theology Reading Group: Ecotheology

[All events at Warwick, unless otherwise stated.]