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«2016 AAR Annual Meeting Preliminary Program As of July 18, 2016 Thursday, November 17th M17-100 University of Oxford Theme: What is Special Divine ...»

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2016 AAR Annual Meeting Preliminary Program

As of July 18, 2016

Thursday, November 17th

M17-100

University of Oxford

Theme: What is Special Divine Action?

Thursday - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

Grand Hyatt-Travis BCD (3rd Level)

Panelists:

Peter Harrison, University of Queensland

M17-200

Believers Church Bible Commentary

Theme: Editorial Council Meeting

Thursday - 1:30 PM-5:00 PM

Grand Hyatt-Bonham A (3rd Level)

M17-201

University of Oxford

Jon Meyer, Western Michigan University, Presiding Theme: Perspectives on Special Divine Action (Stream 2) Thursday - 2:00 PM-3:30 PM Grand Hyatt-Independence (3rd Level) Jeffrey Koperski, Saginaw Valley State University Breaking Laws of Nature Joel Archer, St. Louis University The Temporal Actions of an Eternal God Victoria Lorrimar, University of Oxford and Megan Loumagne, University of Oxford Special Divine Action and Theological Anthropology 1 Thursday, November 17th M17-202 University of Oxford Benedikt Göcke, Ruhr University Bochum and University of Oxford, Presiding Theme: Perspectives on Special Divine Action (Stream 1) Thursday - 2:00 PM-3:30 PM Grand Hyatt-Presidio C (3rd Level) C. Daniel Dolson, Western Michigan University God, Context, and Why it Matters: An Epistemic Defense of the Experience of Special Divine Action Jack Warman, University of York Is it Ever Rational to Believe that God has Answered a Prayer? Epistemic Partiality and Friendship with God Robert A. Larmer, University of New Brunswick Belief in Miracles and the Presumed Requirement of Extraordinary Evidence M17-203 University of Oxford Andrew Pinsent, University of Oxford, Presiding Theme: Perspectives on Special Divine Action (Stream 3) Thursday - 2:00 PM-3:30 PM Grand Hyatt-Bonham B (3rd Level) David Worsley, University of York Special Divine Action and Operative Grace Joanna Leidenhag, University of Edinburgh The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit and Special Divine Action John Berkman, University of Toronto Why the Virtuous Life is not Enough: Special Divine Action at the Heart of the Christian Moral Life 2 Thursday, November 17th M17-300 University of Oxford Theme: Science, Theology and Special Divine Action Thursday - 4:00 PM-5:30 PM Grand Hyatt-Travis BCD (3rd Level)

Panelists:

Andrew Pinsent, University of Oxford Eleonore Stump, Saint Louis University Timothy McGrew, University of Western Michigan M17-301 University of Oxford Theme: Reception of the Special Divine Action Project Thursday - 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Grand Hyatt-Presidio B (3rd Level) P17-300 Adventist Society for Religious Studies Theme: Reception Thursday - 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Grand Hyatt-Texas B (4th Level) P17-400 Adventist Society for Religious Studies Theme: Paper Session 1 Thursday - 7:30 PM-9:30 PM Grand Hyatt-Texas A (4th Level)

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A18-100 Status of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, and Queer Persons in the Profession Committee Kathleen T. Talvacchia, Union Theological Seminary, Presiding Theme: Committee Meeting Friday - 8:00 AM-12:00 PM Convention Center-212A (2nd Level - West) P18-1 Adventist Society for Religious Studies Theme: Paper Sessions 2 and 3 Friday - 8:00 AM-12:00 PM Grand Hyatt-Texas A (4th Level) P18-100 North American Association for the Study of Religion Theme: Council Meeting Friday - 9:00 AM-9:50 AM Hilton Palacio del Rio-El Mirador B East (Conference Center - 22nd Level) M18-100 University of Oxford C. Daniel Dolson, Western Michigan University, Presiding Theme: Perspectives on Special Divine Action (Stream 6) Friday - 9:00 AM-10:30 AM Grand Hyatt-Independence (3rd Level) Paul Allen, Concordia University Divine Illumination: Augustine, Lonergan and Divine Action

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Benedikt Göcke, University of Oxford A Scientific Theology? A Programmatic Account of the Problems and Prospects for a Confessional and Scientific Theology Faisal Bernal Higuita, Universidad de la Costa Worldviews: Glasses to ‘See’ the Special Divine Action M18-101 University of Oxford Andrew Pinsent, University of Oxford, Presiding Theme: Perspectives on Special Divine Action (Stream 4) Friday - 9:00 AM-10:30 AM Grand Hyatt-Presidio C (3rd Level) Matthew Shea, St. Louis University Divine Concurrence and Evil Simon Kopf, University of Oxford Can Natural Causation also be Special Divine Action? The Role of Appetites in the Realisation of Providential Ends Zita Toth, Fordham University Miracles Against Nature and Causal Powers M18-102 University of Oxford Jon Meyer, Western Michigan University, Presiding Theme: Perspectives on Special Divine Action (Stream 5) Friday - 9:00 AM-10:30 AM Grand Hyatt-Bonham B (3rd Level) Daniel Lim, Renmin University of China Divine Action, Non-Reductive Physicalism, and Experimental Philosophy Joshua Mugg, Indiana University, Kokomo Special Divine Action Cannot Help Interactive Dualism

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Scott Hill, Auburn University Aquinas, Desert, and Petitionary Prayer A18-101 Regional Coordinators Ardy Bass, Gonzaga University, Presiding Theme: Regional Coordinators Meeting Friday - 9:00 AM-11:30 AM Convention Center-223 (2nd Level - East) P18-101 Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Theme: Board Meeting Friday - 9:00 AM-11:30 AM Hilton Palacio del Rio-El Mirador C West (Conference Center - 22nd Level) A18-102 Public Understanding of Religion Committee Michael Kessler, Georgetown University, Presiding Theme: Committee for the Public Understanding of Religion Business Meeting Friday - 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Convention Center-213B (2nd Level - West) A18-103 Teaching and Learning Committee Lerone Martin, Washington University, Saint Louis, Presiding Theme: Committee Meeting Friday - 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Grand Hyatt-AAR Suite

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M18-103 Believers Church Bible Commentary Theme: Editorial Council Meeting Friday - 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Grand Hyatt-Bonham A (3rd Level) M18-104 Forum for Theological Exploration Theme: Alumni Consultation Friday - 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Convention Center-216 (2nd Level - West) A18-104 Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Profession Committee Nargis Virani, New York, NY, Presiding Theme: Committee Meeting Friday - 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Convention Center-213A (2nd Level - West) A18-105 International Connections Committee Amy L. Allocco, Elon University, Presiding Theme: Committee Meeting Friday - 9:00 AM-2:30 PM Marriott Riverwalk-Bonham (2nd Level)

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A18-106 THATCamp - The Humanities and Technology Camp John Crow, Florida State University; Michael Hemenway, Iliff School of Theology; Eric Smith, Iliff School of Theology; and Candace Mixon, University of North Carolina, Presiding Theme: THATCampSBLAAR2016 Friday - 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Convention Center-212B (2nd Level - West) M18-1 Accordance Bible Software Theme: Accordance Training Seminar Friday - 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Convention Center-206A (2nd Level - West) M18-105 Scriptural Reasoning Academic Network Theme: 2016 Annual Conference Friday - 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Marriott Riverwalk-Alamo A (2nd Level) A18-107 Graduate Student Committee Bhakti Mamtora, University of Florida, Presiding Theme: Graduate Student Committee Meeting Friday - 9:30 AM-12:30 PM Convention Center-225D (2nd Level - East)

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P18-103 North American Association for the Study of Religion Theme: Description Friday - 10:00 AM-11:50 AM Hilton Palacio del Rio-El Mirador C East (Conference Center - 22nd Level)

Panelists:

Naomi R. Goldenberg, University of Ottawa

Responding:

Emily Crews, University of Chicago Ian Alexander Cuthbertson, Queen's University Neil George, York University Dan McClellan, University of Exeter A18-108 Leadership Workshop Susan E. Hill, University of Northern Iowa, Presiding Theme: Strategies for Successful Program Assessment Friday - 10:00 AM-4:00 PM Convention Center-301C (3rd Level)

Panelists:

Rebecca Todd Peters, Elon University Theodore Trost, University of Alabama Yvonne Chireau, Swarthmore College Grant H. Potts, Austin Community College Edward E. Curtis, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis

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A18-109 Religion and Media Workshop Kathleen Foody, College of Charleston; Ann M. Burlein, Hofstra University; and M. Gail Hamner, Syracuse University, Presiding Theme: (Im)migration and Religion Friday - 10:00 AM-6:00 PM Convention Center-225B (2nd Level - East) Abbas Barzegar, Georgia State University and Clare Van Holm, Georgia State University Applying Religious Studies to Turkish Politics and the Syrian Crisis: Digital Technology and Advanced Research in and out of the Classroom Katherine Ewing, Columbia University The Ambivalence of Belonging: Muslim Murders in the Media Jeanette Jouili, University of Pittsburgh Not British Enough? British Muslim Artists and the Performance of National and Global Belongings Daniel Ramirez, Claremont Graduate University "From Every People, Race, Tribe, and Tongue": Pentecostal Music in Xenophobic Times Leah Sarat, Arizona State University From Fragmentation to Wholeness: Envisioning Immigrant Detention in the United States Luis Leon, University of Denver The Mediated Figure of the Migrant: Religion and Immigration in the Age of Trump A18-111 American Lectures in the History of Religions Louis A. Ruprecht Jr., Georgia State University and Ebrahim E. I. Moosa, University of Notre Dame, Presiding Theme: Committee Meeting Friday - 10:30 AM-1:00 PM Grand Hyatt-Goliad (2nd Level)

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M18-106 University of Oxford Theme: Responding to the Challenge of Special Divine Action Friday - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Grand Hyatt-Travis BCD (3rd Level) Alister McGrath, University of Oxford Cultural Challenges to Contemporary Engagement with Special Divine Action

Responding:

Timothy McGrew, Western Michigan University M18-107 Dharma Academy of North America (DANAM) Jonathan Edelmann, University of Florida, Presiding Theme: Interrogating Rebirth: Hindu-Christian Debates and their Contemporary Relevance Friday - 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Marriott Riverwalk-Alamo F (2nd Level) Bradley Malkovsky, University of Notre Dame Reincarnation, Purgatory, and Unsolved Questions in Catholic Eschatology Gerald J. Larson, University of California, Santa Barbara Classical Yoga’s Eccentric ‘Theism’ of ‘Many-lives’ and its Critique of Any Theism Nalini Bhushan, Smith College The Student and His Teacher: Radhakrishnan Interprets Vedānta on Rebirth for the Missionary A.G. Hogg in Colonial India Jeffery D. Long, Elizabethtown College One Life and Many Lives: An Internal Hindu-Christian Dialogue

Responding:

Francis X. Clooney, Harvard University

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M18-108 Forum on Religion and Ecology, Yale University Theme: Annual Luncheon Friday - 12:00 PM-2:00 PM Marriott Rivercenter-Grand J (3rd Level) A18-110 Regional Coordinators Theme: How Might the Regions Become a Stronger and More Meaningful Presence in the Scholarly and Professional Lives of Their Members?

Friday - 12:00 PM-5:00 PM Grand Hyatt-Presidio B (3rd Level)

Panelists:

Ardy Bass, Gonzaga University Katherine Downey, Dallas, TX Jack A. Hill, Texas Christian University B. J. Parker, Baylor University Deborah Minor, American Academy of Religion Marc DiPaolo, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Rachel Toombs, Baylor University M18-109 Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai (BDK) America Theme: Numata Chairs Coordinators Meeting Friday - 12:00 PM-5:00 PM Marriott Rivercenter-Grand K (3rd Level) P18-104 Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion Theme: Pre-Conference Workshop: Teaching for Civic Engagement in Religious Studies and Theology

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Friday - 12:00 PM-5:30 PM Convention Center-221D (2nd Level - East)

Panelists:

Reid Locklin, University of Toronto Elizabeth W. Corrie, Emory University P18-205 North American Association for the Study of Religion Theme: Interpretation Friday - 1:00 PM-2:50 PM Hilton Palacio del Rio-El Mirador C East (Conference Center - 22nd Level)

Panelists:

Kevin Schilbrack, Appalachian State University

Responding:

Mark Gardner, Mount Royal University Steven Engler, Mount Royal University Joshua Lupo, Florida State University Matt Sheedy, University of Manitoba Jennifer Eyl, Tufts University M18-200 Eberhard Jüngel Research Colloquium Piotr Malysz, Samford University and Robert David Nelson, Baker Academic & Brazos Press, Presiding Theme: The Holy Spirit and Human Being - Engagements with Jüngel's Pneumatology and Anthropology Friday - 1:00 PM-3:30 PM Hilton Palacio del Rio-La Vista DEF (Conference Center - 22nd Level) Mark Elliott, University of St Andrews Jüngel's Spiritually Light Pneumatology in Comparison with that of Wolfhart Pannenberg

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B. Keith Putt, Samford University Evoking a Vocative Anthropology: Jüngel and Caputo on Political Pneumatology W. Travis McMaken, Lindenwood University Theory and Praxis in Theology 'After' Karl Barth: Jüngel and Helmut Gollwitzer in Dialogue David Chao, Princeton Theological Seminary Human Being's Relation to Grace: Jüngel's Theological Anthropology in Ecumenical Perspective Scott Bailey, University of Virginia The Justification Event: A Phenomenological Supplement to Jüngel's Doctrine of Justification P18-206 Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Theme: Board Meeting Friday - 1:00 PM-3:30 PM Hilton Palacio del Rio-El Mirador C West (Conference Center - 22nd Level) M18-202 Review and Expositor Theme: Editorial Board Meeting Friday - 1:00 PM-4:00 PM Hilton Palacio del Rio-El Mirador B East (Conference Center - 22nd Level) P18-207 Thomas F. Torrance Theological Fellowship Gary Deddo, Grace Communion Seminary, Presiding Theme: Guest Lecture by Prof. Alister McGrath Friday - 1:00 PM-4:00 PM Marriott Riverwalk-Alamo D (2nd Level) Alister McGrath, University of Oxford A Manifesto for Intellectual Engagement: Reflections on Torrance's Theological Science

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Responding:

Greg Cootsona, California State University, Chico A18-200 Tours Theme: San Antonio City Tour Friday - 1:00 PM-4:30 PM Offsite A18-201 Ethnography and Theology Workshop Theme: The Use of Ethnography for Theological Research Friday - 1:00 PM-5:00 PM Convention Center-214D (2nd Level - West)

Panelists:



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