2 Funded Places: Issues in Anglicanism

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 Day’s ESRC-funded research into the nature and future of the Church’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.