Final programme with chairs

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FINAL updated programme September 2022 WITH CHAIRS .

 

15th International Colloquium on Gregory of Nyssa

6th – 9th September 2022, Exeter

Programme    [All sessions in the Queen’s Building, Streatham Campus, Exeter]

 

Tuesday 6th September 

15:00     Arrival                  [Queen’s café]

West Country cream tea                              

16:00     Welcome [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Morwenna Ludlow

16:30     Plenary 1 [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair : Morwenna Ludlow

Matthieu CASSIN (Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes du Centre      national de la recherche scientifique): Deux lectures inconciliables du De anima et resurrectione ? la division en chapitres (kephalaia), les scholies et les lecteurs anciens

17:15    Plenary 2  [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: Matthieu Cassin

Morwenna LUDLOW (University of Exeter): Consolation: philosophy, rhetoric and the gospel in De anima et resurrectione.

1`9:00     Dinner    [your own choice: in town or Holland Hall if booked ahead]

 

Wednesday 7th  September          

08:30     Morning Prayer : the Mary Harris Memorial Chapel 

led by Revd. Hannah Alderson, Lazenby Chaplain, University of Exeter.

09:00     Plenary 3 [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: Volker Henning Drecoll

Lenka KARFÍKOVÁ (Charles University, Prague): Macrina’s Eschatological Hope: The immortality of the soul, the resurrection of the body and the restoration of human nature according to the dialogue De anima et resurrectione

09:45     Plenary 4             [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: Volker Henning Drecoll

Francisco BASTITTA HARRIET (Universidad de Buenos Aires – UCA – CONICET): ‘This Body that You Love’: Gregory of Nyssa and Macrina on Corporeal Identity

10:30     Coffee break

11:00     short communications A [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]     Chair: Brandon Gallaher

11:00    Jonathan FARRUGIA “…the reforming of the dissolved being…” (An et res PG 46, 76) The saved body in Gregory of Nyssa’s De Anima et Resurrectione and his homilies

11:30  Mark DELCOGLIANO Gregory of Nyssa on the Dissolution of the Body and the Soul’s Ongoing Connection with its Body’s Elements

[12:00                    paper withdrawn]

12:30     Lunch                    (Queen’s Café: included in conference registration)

14:00     short communications B and C

  B [seminar room]

Chair: Hélène Grelier-Deneux

C  [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]

Chair: Gabriel Jaramillo

14:00 [on-line presentation] Olga SEVASTYANOVA The Definition of the Soul by Gregory of Nyssa De Anima et Resurrectione as Compared with the Scriptural Terms נֶפֶשׁ, נְשָׁמָה and ר֣וּחַ. Ryan GILFEATHER Rhetoric and Participatory Virtue in Gregory of Nyssa’s Representations of Macrina
14:30 Basil (Milan) GAVRILOVIC The Mind as δύναμις and the Notion of Freedom: An Analysis of Gregory of Nyssa’s De hominis opificio and De Anima et Resurrectione Michael PETRIN Gregory of Nyssa’s Literary Diptych of Macrina: The Life and the Dialogue in the Context of Late Ancient Philosophy
15:00 Xavier BATLLO L’impassibilité de L’âme, Entre Grégoire de Nysse et Évagre le Pontique: Rapports et Enjeux Ilaria VIGORELLI Death as an instrument of salvation

15:30     Coffee break

16:00     Plenary 5   [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: J. Warren Smith

Volker Henning DRECOLL (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen): The discussion about the unity of the soul in  De anima et resurrectione. A Commentary on GNO III/3, p. 31,16 – 43,16

16:45     Pause

17:00-18:30  [seminar room] Translation workshop: translating De anima et resurrectione   Chair: Mark DelCogliano; With: Matthieu Cassin, Morwenna Ludlow, Warren Smith

19:30 Conference dinner at Reed Hall [if booked ahead]           

 

Thursday 8th September

08:30     Morning Prayer : the Mary Harris Memorial Chapel  led by: Volker Henning Drecoll

09:00     Plenary 6   [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: Matthieu Cassin

Ty Paul MONROE (Assumption University – Worcester, Massachusetts): The Resurrection and Christo-logic in De anima et resurrectione

09:45     Plenary 7  [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: Matthieu Cassin

Hélène GRELIER-DENEUX (Université Paris Nanterre): L’œuvre de l’âme sur le corps, l’œuvre de la divinité du Christ sur son humanité dans la résurrection : étude comparative de deux images ( De anima et resurrectione, Antirrheticus adversus Apolinarium)

10:30     Coffee break

11:00     Short communications  D and E

  D   Chair: Miguel Brugarolas

[seminar room]

E           Chair: Morwenna Ludlow

[Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]

11:00 Gabriel JARAMILLO VARGAS Education as a Heart-to-Heart Dialogue: The Horse and Eyes in De Anima et Resurrectione Tomasz STĘPIEŃ Macrina and Diotima. A Woman as a Mystagogue
11:30 [on-line presentation] Avweroswo AKPOJARO What Has Berlin To Do With Cappadocia? The Eschatological Visions Of Gregory Of Nyssa And Friedrich Schleiermacher Ana Cristina VILLA-BETANCOURT Is there a terminological basis to consider Macrina a spiritual leader?
12:00 Tera HARMON Stream or Seed?: Gregory of Nyssa on Human Growth in the Resurrection Marta PRZYSZYCHOWSKA Two Macrinas? Macrina the Younger as a literary construct

12:30     Lunch                    [Queen’s Building: included in conference registration]

 

13:30     Plenary 8   [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]  [Chair: Volker Drecoll

Charalampos APOSTOLOPOULOS (Prof. Emeritus) : Gregors von Nyssa De anima et resurrectione als “Phaedo Christianus

14:30     PGR workshop [seminar room] Presenting: Kavya Bhat and Szymon Kaplon

15:30  Walk / travel to Exeter Cathedral [optional]

16:00  Guided tour of Exeter Cathedral [optional] Meet at 16:00; tour begins at 16:15

17:30   Cathedral Evening Prayer [optional]

19:00     Dinner   [your own choice: in town or Holland Hall]

 

Friday 9th September     

08:30     Morning Prayer : the Mary Harris Memorial Chapel  [led by Ilaria Vigorelli]

09:00     Plenary 9   [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: Gabriele Galluzzo

[on-line presentation]: Johannes ZACHHUBER (Trinity College, University of Oxford): Gregory of Nyssa’s account of human knowledge according to De anima et resurrectione

09:45     Plenary 10  [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: Gabriele Galluzzo

Miguel BRUGAROLAS (University of Navarra, Pamplona): God, freedom and supreme good in the Dialogue De anima et resurrection

10:30     Coffee break

11:00     Short communications  F   [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]       Chair: Ilaria Vigorelli

11:00 Giulio MASPERO The Resurrection and the Feast of Tabernacles in Gregory of Nyssa and Methodius of Olympus’.
11:30 [on-line presentation] Nikolai KIEL Origenes-Rezeption in De anima et resurrectione des Gregor von Nyssa (presentation in English)
12:00 [on-line presentation] Stefanie SCHLENCZEK Grief, resilience and Gregory of Nyssa’s De anima et resurrectione

12:30     Lunch  [Queen’s Building: included in conference registration]

14:00     Short communications G [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]  Chair: Lenka Karfíkova

[14:00                    paper withdrawn]

14:30   [on-line presentation] Hannah BLACK Imagery for Soteriological Transformation in De anima et resurrectione

15:00  Mike MOTIA On the soul and the resurrection as protreptic

 

15:30     Coffee break

16:15     Plenary 11  [Queen’s Lecture Theatre 1]   Chair: Francisco Bastitta Harriet

Warren SMITH (Duke Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina: The Body and the Beatific Vision: An Unresolved Question

17:00     Conclusions and forward-planning [end of the formal part of the conference]

19:00     Dinner                  [your own choice: in town or Holland Hall]

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