Theology, Religion and Practice Seminars

The Susanna Wesley Foundation is sponsoring a series of seminars on the theme of formation from the Research Group in Theology, Research and Practice at the University of Roehampton in 2019-20.

The seminars will take place on the following Tuesdays from 11.30-12.45 at Adam Room, Grove House, University of Roehampton. For more information on each speaker and talk, see the RGTRP website:

  • 1 October – Jenny Leigh (University of Roehampton)
    • Christian Formation and the Problem of Malformation: Making Sense of Sin as Part of Discipleship
  • 15 October – Prof. David Clough (University of Chester)
    • Forming Christian Concern for Animals: Lessons from Early Methodism
  • 5 November – Dr Clare Watkins (University of Roehampton)
    • Learning in Today’s Churches: ‘Deep Conversation’ and Formation in Ordinary
  • 19 November – Dr Joe Aldred (Churches Together in England)
    • TBC
  • 3 December – Prof. Kristin Aune (University of Coventry)
    • Chaplains on Campus: Understanding Chaplaincy in UK Universities
  • 21 January – Prof. Fiona Ellis (University of Roehampton)
    • TBC
  • 4 February
    • Cristina Gangemi (University of Roehampton)
      • Meet the Person: Exploring Disability Theology through the Phenomenological Thinking of Edith Stein
    • Andy Hardy (University of Birmingham)
      • TBC
  • 18 February – Prof. Anthony Reddie (Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford)
    • Black Christianity in Britain and the Quest for Catholicity by means of an Anti-Racist Model Christian Formation
  • 10 March – Prof. Tom Greggs (University of Aberdeen)
    • Illuminating Grace: The Spirit’s Work in Forming the Intellect
  • 24 March – Prof. Clive Marsh (University of Leicester)
    • TBC
  • 28 April – Dr Chris Shannahan (Coventry University)
    • The Violence of Poverty and Christian Activism in the Age of Austerity
  • 12 May – Dr David Muir (University of Roehampton)
    • TBC

Recordings of the papers will also be made available online for those unable to attend on the day.