Projecting The Secular

March 06-07, 2015
Theological Hall, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario

The conference is open to everyone and there is no fee to register.

March 06, 2014

5:30pm On-Site Conference Registration for conference presenters
6:30pm Panel Discussion – Convocation Hall
8:00pm Reception – Queen’s Grad Club

March 07, 2014

8:00am On-Site Conference Registration for presenters and all other attendees
9:00-10:45 Panels 1 and 2 Concurrently
10:50-12:20 Panels 3 and 4 Concurrently
12:20-1:30 Lunch Break
1:30-2:45 Keynote Address
2:45-4:30 Panels 5 and 6 Concurrently
4:30-4:45 Coffee Break
4:45-6:15 Panels 7 and 8 Concurrently

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Dr. William Arnal

William Arnal is Professor and Head of the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Regina. His research focuses mainly on Christian origins, with specific attention to the intellectual dimensions of early Christian literary production; secondarily, he has developed an interest in the political functions of contemporary religion, and the political implications of demarcating a realm of human doings as “religious.” His articles have appeared in Method and Theory in the Study of Religion,Journal of Biblical Literature, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, and Harvard Theological Review, among others. His books include Jesus and the Village Scribes (2001), The Symbolic Jesus (2005), and The Sacred is the Profane (with Russell McCutcheon, 2013). He shares three cats and a purple house with his partner, Dr. Darlene Juschka.

This conference is generously funded by Queen’s University School of Religion http://www.queensu.ca/religion