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Il-lista sħiħa tat-Theology Research Seminars mill-Fakultà tat-Teoloġija


The Department of Fundamental and Dogmatic Theology is organising nine research seminars for students, academic staff members and the public. These shall be held on a monthly basis during the academic year 2017/18 at the Theology / Laws Boardroom (Room 317), University of Malta Msida Campus.

The invited speakers include visiting scholars, staff members and doctoral candidates. Each session is one hour long (from 16:00  to 17:00). The lecture / presentation is followed by questions and discussion. Tea and coffee will be served.
Wednesday, 18 October at 16:00
Julian of Norwich’s Experience of Prayer and Contemplation
Speaker: Dr Edward Joseph Clemmer

Wednesday, 15 November at 16:00

Moses the Prophet: Fact or Fiction
Speaker: Rev. Joseph Ciappara Ofm)
Tuesday, 12 December at 16:00
Science and Religion
Speaker: Rev. Christopher Caruana OP)
Wednesday, 17 January at 16:00
The Fourth Gospel: A Diachronic Interpretation
Speaker: Ms Carmen Zammit
Wednesday, 21 February at 16:00
Public Theology as the New Theological Metaphysics
Speaker: Prof. Dr Stephan Van Erp
Wednesday, 21 March at 16:00
Cave-churches in Medieval Malta
Speaker: Dr Keith Buhagiar
Wednesday, 18 April 2018 at 16:00
Discovering Christian Memory and Identity
Speaker: Dr Cynthia Grech Sammut
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 at 16:00
The Semitic Element in the Maltese Religious Lexicon
Speaker: Prof. Martin Zammit
Wednesday, 20 June 2018 at 16:00
Santu Wistin u Albert Camus

Speaker: Prof. Anthony Aquilina
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