The Lumen Christi Institute Seminars

The Lumen Christi Institute is proud to announce its 2020 Summer Seminars in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. Applications are now open. This year, we are offering seminars for graduate students, post-docs, and faculty on Aquinas, Augustine, Newman, and in Business and Catholic Social Thought. The cost of the course, lodging, meals, & limited travel funding are included for participants. See the individual application pages for details and application requirements.

This year's seminars include:

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Aquinas’s Five Ways and Where they Lead
June 29-July 3, 2020 | University of Chicago
Fr. Stephen Brock (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross)
Open to PhD students in the humanities and relevant fields.
[link for details]

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Business and Catholic Social Thought: A Primer
July 6-9, 2020 | University of Notre Dame

Martijn Cremers (Notre Dame) 
Lloyd Sandelands (University of Michigan)
Msgr. Martin Schlag (University of St. Thomas)
Andreas Widmer (Catholic University of America)

Open to graduate students and faculty in business schools.

[link for details]

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The Thought of John Henry Newman
July 12-July 17, 2020 | University of Oxford

Fr. Ian Ker (University of Oxford)
Fr. Stephen Fields, SJ (Georgetown University)

Open to PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty in the humanities and relevant fields.

[link for details]

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Truth and Authority in Augustine's City of God

July 26-31, 2019 | University of California, Berkeley

Russell Hittinger (University of Tulsa)
Fr. Michael Sherwin, OP (University of Fribourg)

Open to JD, PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty in the humanities and relevant fields.

[link for details]

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Questions regarding any of our summer seminars can be addressed to seminars@lumenchristi.org.

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