Faculty Travels

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2019 Schedule

January 6-9 • Istanbul, Turkey • Gayle Woloschak, Professor of Bioethics: Conference on Human Slavery at the Ecumenical Patriarchate

January 9-12 • Iasi, Romania • The Reverend Dr. Anthony G. Roeber, Professor of History: International Orthodox Theological Association, panel member, "Marriage and Family."

January 10-12 • Iasi, Romania • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology: International Orthodox Theological Association, co-chair of Dogmatic Theology group, co-chair of Theology and Philosophy group, presenting paper on “Concrete and Abstract in the Divine Essence”

January 9-12 • Iasi, Romania • Gayle Woloschak, Professor of Bioethics: International Orthodox Theological Association, Chair of Science and Religion Group and Vice-President of IOTA

January 9-12 • Iasi, Romania • Dr. Tracy Gustilo, Assistant Professor of Theology: International Orthodox Theological Association, presenting paper on "Pascha as Spectacle: Then and Now."

Jan 10–13 • Phoenix, AZ • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Retreat, St. George’s Antiochian Church: “John’s Paschal Gospel"; preaching at Divine Liturgy

January 25-27 • Irvine, CA • Rev. Dr. Harry Pappas, Associate Professor of Scripture: Co-leading marriage retreat with Presbytera Kerry Pappas at St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church in Irvine, CA

Feb 15–17 • Cleveland, OH • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Retreat, sponsored by Zoe, for St. George’s Antiochian Church:  “Coming to Know and Sharing Christ”

Feb 22 • Tempe, AZ • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  Retreat (live webinar), St. John the Evangelist Church: “John and His Paschal Gospel”

Feb 23 • Tuscon, AZ • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  Retreat, Holy Resurrection Antiochian Orthodox Church: “The Gospel of John and the Feast of Pascha"

February 23 • El-Koura, Lebanon • Dr. Daniel B. Hinshaw, Professor of Palliative Care: Lecture on pastoral, medical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of hope in illness at Pastoral Seminar at the Saint John of Damascus Institute of Theology, University of Balamand
 

March 3 • Upper Derby, PA • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  Retreat, St. George’s Orthodox Church, “Life through Death”

March 7-9 • Tartu, Estonia • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  St. John’s School of Theology, Annual Conference: “Repentance and Forgiveness;” lecture at Tartu University

March 10 • New York, NY • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology: Sermon and retreat (How to Be a Sinner), Protection of the Virgin Mary Cathedral  

March 14-15 • State College, PA • Rev. Dr. Anthony G. Roeber, Professor of History: Paper to be presented  at the conference, "Orthodoxy, Politics, and the Split between Russian and Ukrainian Churches" at Penn State University: "Autocephaly, Primacy, and the Real Canon 28 of Chalcedon."    

March 14-17 • Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  Retreat, Annunciation-St Nicholas Cathedral: “John the Theologian and His Paschal Gospel”

March 20-22 • New York, NY • Rev. Dr. Anthony G. Roeber, Professor of History:  First Meeting of the Fordham Seminar on Orthodoxy and Human Rights, Orthodox Christian Studies Center, Fordham (member of the seminar)

March 23 • Northfield, VT • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology: Retreat (How to Be a Sinner), St. Jacob of Alaska Orthodox Church

March 24-26 • Toronto, ON • Richard Schneider, Professor of Hermeneutics and Liturgical Art:  Chair of the spring meeting of the Commission on Faith and Witness, the theological branch of the Canadian Council of Churches
 

March 30 • East Meadow, NY • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology:  Retreat (How to Be a Sinner), Holy Trinity Orthodox Church 

April 1-4 • Notre Dame, IN • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  Word and Wisdom Conference at the University of Notre Dame, “Exploring the Future of Biblical Studies” (Honoring the publication of Olivier-Thomas Venard, A Poetic Christ: Thomistic Reflections on Scripture, Language and Reality), Paper entitled “The Paschal Christ and the Gospel of John”; Public lecture for the Medieval Institute

April 6 • Medford, NJ • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology:  Retreat (How to Be a Sinner), Orthodox Church of the Holy Cross 

April 11-12 • Stony Point, NY • Rev. Adrian Budica, Director of Field Education, Supervisor of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE):  ACPE Regional Meeting, Eastern Area Community of Practice

April 11-13 • Moscow, Russia • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Moscow, Sts. Cyril and Methodius Postgraduate School of Theology, annual International Patristics Conference, St. Basil the Great

May 19-23 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: The Crouse Seminar; studying St Gregory of Nyssa, On the Making of Man.

May 21-25 • Thessaloniki, Greece • Rev. Dr. Gregory Edwards, Assistant Professor of Missiology: 8th International Conference of Orthodox Theology on “The Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church: Orthodox Theology in the 21st Century,” paper entitled “Orthodox Christian Witness for the Third Millennium: Improving the Mission Document”

May 25 • Montreal, Qeubec, Canada • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology:  Talks: "Identifying the Sinning Self" and “Judgment and the Personal Apokatastasis” at the Montreal Institute of Orthodox Theology 

May 25 • Amsterdam, The Netherlands • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Vrije-Universiteit/Amsterdam Center for Orthodox Theology: Intensive class

May 27-31 • Vancouver, B.C., Canada • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Regents College: Summer Program: “Pre-Nicene Christianity: The Formation of the Theological Tradition

May 31-June 1 • Istanbul, Turkey •  Dr. Tracy Davis Gustilo, Sessional Assistant Professor of Theology:  Presentation on developing an ecological curriculum at Delivering Halki Summit III: Theological Formation and Ecological Awareness 

June 2-5 • New York, NY • Dr. Peter C. Bouteneff, Professor of Systematic Theology:  Delivering paper, “The Qualified Necessity of Human Reason in Dionysius the Areopagite” at the Patterson Triennial Conference at the Fordham U. Orthodox Christian Studies Center (Lincoln Center Campus)   

June 3-7 • Calgary, Alberta, Canada • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  Holy Martyr Peter the Aleut Church, St Athanasius Seminar 2019: “The Gospel of John”

June 9-14 • Dalton, PA • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Northeast Diocese of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church, Summer Institute: “Shaping the Faith: Christian Theology to the Council of Nicaea.”

June 10-16 • Joensuu, Finland • Robin Freeman, Director of Music: Meeting of the International Society of Orthodox Church Musicians (ISOCM) conference, Paper: “‘With one voice and one heart’: choral singing as embodied ecclesiology”

July 22-26 • Nashotah, WI • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  Nashotah House, Summer Program: “Origen of Alexandria”

June 24-26, 2019 • Notre Dame, IN • Very Rev. J. Sergius Halvorsen, Asst. Professor of Homiletics and Rhetoric: Marten Program, 2019 Conference, "Mystic and Mystagogue: Preaching as Spiritual Leadership" at Notre Dame University

Aug 13-16 • Eastbourne, UK • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Retreat for Anglican Clergy

Aug 19-24 • Oxford, UK • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics:  Oxford Patristics Conference: Keynote lecture: ‘The Gospel of John in the Second Century’ and a shorter communication for a workshop on St. Irenaeus of Lyons

Aug 25-27 • Cuddesdon, UK • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Annual meeting of the Fellowship of Sts Alban and Sergius; talk on ‘Scripture in the Orthodox Tradition.”

September 24 • Bronx, New York • The Very Reverend Dr. John Behr, The Father Georgios Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics: Orthodox in America Lecture, Fordham


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