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Annual Conference - Jahrestagung 2020

Annual Conference - Jahrestagung 2020

"Dominican Culture, Dominican Theology" (University of Copenhagen, 23-26 June 2020).

Moved to 2021 - verschoben auf 2021!

Dear Members and Friends of IGTM,
Difficult times require difficult decisions. We as the Members of the Board of IGTM fully support the decision by the organizers of this year’s conference, Florian Wöller, John Slotemaker, and Ueli Zahnd, to move the “Dominican Culture, Dominican Theology” conference, which was planned for June 2020, to next year at about the same time:

„Dear participants, dear colleagues,
Just shortly after we had sent out our last update, a series of academic conferences similar to ours as well as the IMC Leeds were cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic. So maybe you have already been anticipating that also we have now decided to postpone our conference from this to next June. As you can imagine, we did not take this decision lightly. But after consulting with colleagues and partners of the event we came to the conclusion that to postpone the conference, in the light of the current situation, is indeed reasonable, not least because even if the situation changes for the better here in Denmark or in other countries or regions before the end of June, it is highly unlikely that participation will be possible for all. But while this is sad news, we are also glad that our sponsors, the International Society for the Study of Medieval Theology (IGTM), and last but not least my excellent colleagues at the Faculty of Theology agreed to moving the conference to 29 June to 2 July 2021. With this, we can now ‘simply’ move everything to the new date and hope that you are coming along. So please block the new dates in your calendars and postpone your preparation for this year’s conference to next year. We will of course send updates along the way. But in the meantime we sincerely hope that you stay healthy or recover swiftly. And of course John Slotemaker, Ueli Zahnd, and I hope to see you next year in Copenhagen! På glædeligt gensyn!

All best wishes, indeed,
Florian Wöller, Associate Professor, Ph.d., University of Copenhagen“

This means that our IGTM general assembly will also be postponed until 2021. An invitation will be sent to you next spring, well before the beginning of the conference.
We hope this letter finds you and your family well and we hope to see you in Copenhagen in 2021 for what is definitely going to be a great conference.
Sincerely,
Dr. Dr. Krijn Pansters

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Sehr geehrte Mitglieder und Freunde der IGTM,
schwierige Zeiten zwingen uns zu schwierigen Entscheidungen, auch im Blick auf unsere IGTM-Jahrestagung 2020. So leiten wir die Nachricht der Kollegen aus Kopenhagen weiter, die die Tagung organisieren:

„Dear participants, dear colleagues,
Just shortly after we had sent out our last update, a series of academic conferences similar to ours as well as the IMC Leeds were cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic. So maybe you have already been anticipating that also we have now decided to postpone our conference from this to next June. As you can imagine, we did not take this decision lightly. But after consulting with colleagues and partners of the event we came to the conclusion that to postpone the conference, in the light of the current situation, is indeed reasonable, not least because even if the situation changes for the better here in Denmark or in other countries or regions before the end of June, it is highly unlikely that participation will be possible for all. But while this is sad news, we are also glad that our sponsors, the International Society for the Study of Medieval Theology (IGTM), and last but not least my excellent colleagues at the Faculty of Theology agreed to moving the conference to 29 June to 2 July 2021. With this, we can now ‘simply’ move everything to the new date and hope that you are coming along. So please block the new dates in your calendars and postpone your preparation for this year’s conference to next year. We will of course send updates along the way. But in the meantime we sincerely hope that you stay healthy or recover swiftly. And of course John Slotemaker, Ueli Zahnd, and I hope to see you next year in Copenhagen! På glædeligt gensyn!
All best wishes, indeed,
Florian Wöller
Associate Professor, Ph.d., University of Copenhagen“

Wir, der Vorstand der IGTM, unterstützen voll und ganz die Entscheidung der Organisatoren der diesjährigen Tagung (Florian Wöller, John Slotemaker, Ueli Zahnd), die Tagung “Dominican Culture, Dominican Theology”, geplant für Juni 2020, auf nächstes Jahr zu verschieben. Das bedeutet leider auch, dass die IGTM Mitgliederversammlung ebenfalls auf Juni 2021 verschoben wird. Eine Einladung werden Sie im nächsten Frühjahr rechtzeitig vor der Tagung erhalten. 
Wir hoffen, dass es Ihnen und Ihren Familien gut geht. Hoffentlich sehen wir uns 2021 in Kopenhagen. Ich bin mir sicher, dass es eine hervorragende Tagung wird.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen, auch in Namen der Vorstandskollegen,
Dr. Dr. Krijn Pansters

Annual Conference - Jahrestagung 2019

Annual Conference - Jahrestagung 2019

24-25 June 2019, Catholic Private University, Linz, Austria

What ist Man? Answers from Medieval Theology /

Was ist der Mensch? Antworten der mittelalterlichen Theologie

Please join us for this Conference!

 

Invitation, flyer, and program.

Einladung, Flyer, und Programm.

 

Previous Conferences - Jahrestagungen

Previous Conferences - Jahrestagungen

Internationale Gesellschaft für Theologische Mediävistik:

2019 in Linz: Was ist der Mensch? Antworten der mittelalterlichen Theologie

2018 in Krakau: Altiora te ne quaesieris (Sir. 3, 22). The Medieval Pursuit of Wisdom/ Suche nach Wissen im Mittelalter

2017 in Nijmegen: Zwischen Devotio und Dissidenz. Frömmigkeitskonzepte im Spannungsfeld von Individuum und Institution

2016 in Wien: Eucharistie, Kirche und Exegese

2015 in Speyer: (Aspekte mittelalterlicher Exegese und Theologie)

2014 in Göttingen: Theologie und Bildung im Mittelalter

2013 in Mainz: Philosophie und Metaphysik

2012 in Prag: Sacramentum magnum. The Sacrament of Marriage in the Middle Ages

2011 in Padua: Fides Virtus. The Virtue of Faith in the Context of the Theological Virtues from the 12th to the early 16th Centuries

2010 in Trier: Aufgabe und Selbstverständnis theologischer Mediävistik

2009 in Canterbury: St. Anselm von Canterbury und sein Vermächtnis

2008 in Paris (Jesuiten-Fakultät Centre Sèvres): Die Rezeption der Väter und ihrer Schriften im Mittelalter. Die Zukunft der kirchlichen Tradition

2007 in Bamberg: Spargentes semina verbi – Hochmittelalterliche Bischofssitze als geistige Zentren und Orte der Verkündigung des Evangeliums

2006 in Wien: Spiritualität im Spätmittelalter

2005 in Weingarten (Akademie der Diözese Rottenburg-Stuttgart): Kulturkontakte und Rezeptionsvorgänge in der Theologie des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts

2004 in Warschau: Was ist Theologie im Mittelalter?

2003 in Frankfurt am Main: Texte und Kontexte. Neuere Ansätze in der theologischen Mediävistik

2002 in Mülheim an der Ruhr (Akademie des Bistums Essen): Mediävistik als interdisziplinäre Forschung

 

Arbeitskreis Theologische Mediävistik:

2002 in Frankfurt am Main: Was ist Theologische Mediävistik?

2001 in Bonn (Albertus-Magnus-Institut)

2000 in Freiburg im Breisgau: Aktualität der Theologie des Mittelalters

1999 in Trier (Institut für Cusanus-Forschung): Exegese und Predigt im Mittelalter

1998 in München (Martin-Grabmann-Forschungsinstitut): Ekklesiologie im Mittelalter

1997 in Frankfurt am Main: Armut

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