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Beyond secular faith
ABOUT THE SCHOOL Program download
The title of our annual summer school, Beyond Secular Faith, stems from our conviction that only a faith liberated from the conceptual restraints and ideological presuppositions imposed by secular culture – a faith centered radically on Christ – can offer a word of hope and reason to human life.
This year the seminar is dedicated to explore, in this light, the difference between the sexes, the life of the family and meaning of marriage. Is marriage primarily a religious institution? What is the right relationship between the state and the family? What is the difference between Sacrament and Contract in the context of marriage and the family? What is the meaning of the body?
For the past three years we have taken part in friendly and fruitful dialogue on freedom at the summer school, in the unique setting of Granada, a breathtakingly beautiful city that lies at the historic crossroads of modernity and Christian tradition.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Deadline: 23th April 2016
We invite graduate students and young postdoctoral researchers to take part in the Summer School.
Please send your CV and an abstract (400 words) on a topic related to the theme of the Summer School to: firstname.lastname@example.org for the Spanish Session; and email@example.com for the English Session.
Successful candidates will be informed by 11th April 2016.
ORGANIZATION AND FEES
Seminars will meet Monday through Friday, for a total of 4 hours of class time a day. The Summer School will consist of a parallel session: one session in English, the other Spanish. Participants are required to enroll for one or the other session, English or Spanish. The initial paper proposals will be enriched and revised by the students through participation in their classes, and will then be presented in a conference format on Saturday.
Accommodation in a lovely Hotel, located in the heart of Granada, near the Albaycin, the old Moorish quarter of the city.
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Course, material, room and full board for only 350€
15:00h: Free time for Cultural visits
ACADEMIC DIRECTORS: Michał Łuczewski & Mátyás Szalay
SECRETARY: Eva Martínez García
Michał Łuczewski – Deputy director of the Centre for Thought of John Paul II (Warsaw), assistant professor (Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw), visiting scholar at the Centre for Social Studies (Warsaw), Columbia University (NY, Fulbright) and the Institute for Human Sciences (Vienna), an editor-in-chief of a scholarly, “antidisciplinary” journal “Stan Rzeczy/State of Things” and an editor of “44/Forty and four. An Apocalyptic Magazine”. He is co-/author of the following books: “Culture of remembrance in Poland and Germany” (2011), “Landscape value” (2011), “Eternal Nation. Pole and Catholic in the village of Żmiąca” (2012).
Aaron Riches – Professor of theology at the International Academy of Philosophy-Instituto de Filosofía Edith Stein and the Instituto de Teología “Lumen Gentium” (Granada). Aaron Riches completed his PhD at the University of Nottingham (UK) under the direction of Professor John Milbank; his area of research is at the intersection of Christology and metaphysics. He has published articles in the journals “Modern Theology”, “International Journal of Systematic Theology”, “Communio”, among others. His three-volume book on Christology in the first millennium of the Church will be published soon.
Enrique Anrubia – Valencia (1975), studied Philosophy at the University of Navarra and University of Valencia, getting his degree at the last one. PhD in Anthropology at the Catholic University of Murcia, where he started teaching Symbolic Anthropology. He was member of the Hispanic Society of Philosophical Anthropology and the Academic Society of Philosophy. Visiting Scholar at Boston University and Universidade do Porto and visiting Fellow at University of Notre Dame. His academic research has got a double track. On one side, his research on Anthropology and Philosophy of pain and suffering, publisihing as editor the books “Cultural Cartography of Illness. Essays in Social and Human Science” (2003), “Philosophies of Pain and Death” (2007) and “The Fragility of Men. Illnes, Philosophy and Pain” (2008), and, most recently, as author of “The Wound and the Plea. Philosophy of Consolation” (2013). On the other side, he is author of several articles in academics journals about Hermeneutics, Social Sciences and Philosophical Anthropology, and the books “Version of Ourselves. Nature, Symbol and Culture in CLifford Geertz” (2008) and co-editor of “The Emotional Nature. Philosophical Approaches” (2009) , “Histories and Philosophies about Body” (2012), “Sketches of Culture. Essays on Contemporary World” (2014), and “Happiness and Conflict. Philosophies for Tomorow’s World” (2015)
Alessandra Gerolin – received her PhD in Philosophy from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan (2004-2007). She studied also at the University of Cambridge and the University of Nottingham under the supervision of Prof. Jeremy Morris and Prof. John Milbank. Before taking up her position as Lecturer in the History of Philosophy at the Catholic University of Milan, she held a post-doctoral research fellowship at the same university. She teaches ‘History of contemporary philosophy’ and ‘Themes and Issues in philosophy’ in the faculty of Education. She is fellow at the Centre of Theology and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham and collaborates with the Centre for the Social Doctrine of the Church, based at the Catholic University of Milan. She has published various books, including Persona, libertà, storia. Studio su Lord Acton (2009), Coscienza dell’ordine e ordine della coscienza. Il pensiero filosofico e sociale di Frederick Denison Maurice (2010), Oltre l’idea moderna di lavoro. Suggestioni filosofiche e teologiche dal pensiero anglosassone (2011), as well as articles in national and international academic journals. Her current research project focuses on a critique of ‘nomolatry’. Her interests includes the history of contemporary philosophy and political philosophy.
Rocío Daga – completed her PhD in Semitic Studies at the University of Granada in 1990. Three years at Cairo University with a PhD scholarship. Complementary studies of Arabic Language and Culture at the American University of Cairo. Her area of specialization is Islamic law, particularly in its relationship with other religions. 1991-1993 Post doctorate at the University of Princeton, USA. Since 1994 she is an assistant professor at several universities in Germany: Frei Universität Berlin, University of Eichstätt, LMU University of Munich. In the latter, she teaches in the Religion Science Department and in the Arabic and Islam Department. She is the author of numerous publications on Islamic Law, Philosophy and Christian Arabic. She keeps in touch with universities in the Middle East, especially in Lebanon and she knows first-hand the socio-political problems in the region.
Mª Ángeles Corpas – Doctora en Historia. Experta en Islam, diálogo interreligioso y relaciones del Estado con las confesiones. Una temática sobre la que ha impartido diversos cursos, Seminarios científicos y ponencias en distintos centros universitarios como la UNED, Universidad de Granada, Foro de Investigadores del Mundo Árabe-Musulmán (FINAM), Grupo de Estudios Árabes del CSIC, Universidad San Pablo CEU, Universidad Autónoma de México, Universidad Michoacana San Nicolás de Hidalgo (Morelia, México) o el Instituto de Filosofía Edith Stein. Ha sido invitada como especialista en Islam en las Jornadas para Delegados Episcopales y Directores de Secretariados de Relaciones Interconfesionales (CERI-CEE) y por el Kaiciid Dialogue Centre. Ha colaborado con la Oasis International Foundation, el Centro de Investigaciones Históricas de la Democracia Española (CIHDE), el Instituto Universitario Gutiérrez Mellado para la Paz la Seguridad y la Defensa y la World Islamic Call Society. Una parte de sus investigaciones está recogida en el libro “Las Comunidades Islámicas en la España actual (1960-2008): Génesis e institucionalización de una minoría de referencia” , UNED, Madrid, 2010. Posteriormente, ha desarrollado su línea de investigación, a través de artículos como “Las comunidades musulmanas en España (1960-2008). Identidad religiosa y dimensión política de una minoría trasnacional en crecimiento”, Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. nº 22 (2010), UNED; “Spain: Where a Community becomes a lobby”, en Oasis bianual journal n.13, (2011) Venezia y “El Islam y los desafíos de seguridad desde 2001. Alteraciones en las políticas públicas y en la imagen histórica de las minorías musulmanas en Occidente”, IUGGM-UNED.
José María Mira de Orduña Gil – Profesor de la Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera y del Pontificio Instituto Juan Pablo II para estudios sobre el Matrimonio y la Familia en su sede en Valencia. Es Defensor del Vínculo del Tribunal Eclesiástico del Arzobispado de Valencia desde el año 2000. Es Doctor en Derecho, especialista en Derecho Matrimonial Canónico y Doctrina Social de la Iglesia.
Centre for the Thought of John Paul II
ul. Foksal 11, 00-372 Warszawa (Poland)
Tel. +48 22 826 42 21
Institute of Philosophy Edith Stein
Paseo de Cartuja, 49
18011 Granada (Spain)
Tel. + 34 958160 978
International Center for the Study of the Christian Orient (ICSCO)
Plaza Alonso Cano, s/n
18001 Granada (Spain)
Tel. +34 958 215 909
Institute of Theology Lumen Gentium
Paseo de Cartuja, 49
18011 Granada (Spain)
Tel. + 34 958160 978