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Previous Conferences

arrowBullet.jpg (4876 bytes)God, the Gift - 1997

arrowBullet.jpg (4876 bytes)Questioning God - 1999
arrowBullet.jpg (4876 bytes)Confessions -  2001
arrowBullet.jpg (4876 bytes)Transcendence & Beyond - 2003

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Augustine in Algiers  2001
The Augustinian Institute
Philosophy Department
Theology and Religious Studies

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7:30 pm  

Welcome and Opening Remarks

 Speaker: James Matthew Ashley
University of Notre Dame



9:00 am           Chair: James Wetzel-Villanova University           

Sharon Welch
            University of Missouri
            "Politics after Empire: Dangerous Memories, Cultivated Awareness and Enlivening Engagement"

 10:30 am         COFFEE

 10:45               Chair:  Eugene McCarraher-Villanova University

                        Stanley Hauerwas
                        Duke Divinity School
                       "A Haunting Possibility: Christianity and Radical Democracy"

 12:15 pm         LUNCH

 1:45 pm           Chair: Sally Scholz-Villanova University

                        Simon Critchley
                        University of Essex, The New School of Social Research
                        "The Need for Civil Religion - Politics, Law and Religion in and after Rousseau"

3:15 pm           COFFEE

3:30 pm           Chair: Walter Brogan-Villanova University

                        Robert Bernasconi
                        University of Memphis
                        "Why 'Athens and Jerusalem'?"

 5:00                COFFEE 

5:15                 Chair: Barbara Wall-Villanova University

                        John D. Caputo
Syracuse University
                       "The Politics of the Cross"


9:00 am           Chair: Bernard Prusak-Villanova University

                        Roger Haight, S.J.
Union Theological Seminary
                        "Political Theology after 5/29/1453 & 9/11/2001"

 10:30 am         COFFEE

 10:45 am         Chair: Julie Klein-Villanova University

                        Fred Dallmayr
                        University of Notre Dame
                        "Religious Freedom: Preserving the Salt of the Earth"

12:15 pm         LUNCH

2:00 pm           Chair: Thomas Martin-Villanova University

                        Robert Dodaro, OSA
                        The Patristic Institute, Augustinianum, Rome
                        "Augustine and the Political"

3:30 pm           COFFEE

3:45 pm           Roundtable:  Participants
                        Moderator:  John D. Caputo, Syracuse University  



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