The Tenth Nordic Patristics Meeting: Monasticism

From its inception in 1981, the Nordic Patristics Meeting has become an important academic tradition for scholars and students working in the field of Early Christian Studies in the Nordic countries. August 13–15, 2018, Nordic scholars will again convene for the meeting's tenth installment, this time hosted by the University of Oslo at beautiful Lysebu just outside Oslo city centre for three days of papers on the topic of monasticism.

Registration - Program - Practical Information

Photo by Hugo Lundhaug

Photo: Hugo Lundhaug

Registration

All participants and invited speakers may register here:

Registration form

White Monastery, Egypt. Photo: Hugo Lundhaug

Program

The tenth meeting will consist of invited papers by leading scholars, as well as shorter presentations by PhD students of dissertation work in progress. The full program will be posted here in due course.

Practical information

The first Nordic Patristics Meeting was held at Lund University in 1981 on the initiative of the famous Swedish church historian Per Beskow. Since that time it has been organized roughly every fourth year until today, each time at Lund University. This time it will be organized by the University of Oslo at Lysebu with support from the Danish-Norwegian Cooperation Fund.

There is a limited number of places available for a highly reasonable fee, thanks to the generous funding from the Danish-Norwegian Cooperation Fund. NOK 2000,- will cover accommodation at Lysebu and all meals during the meeting August 13-15.

Lysebu, Oslo

These places are available on a first-come, first-served basis, please register above at your earliest convenience.

Accommodation will be covered for the invited speakers and for PhD students who present their work.

If you have any questions, please contact Hugo Lundhaug or Leonora O. Bergsjø (practical information).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published Mar. 7, 2018 1:39 PM - Last modified Mar. 7, 2018 1:39 PM