"Apocalypse and Authenticity" International Conference

11-13 July 2017, University of Hull

Conference of the Theology, Religion and Popular Culture Network

Conference Organisers:

Dr Alexander Ornella, Senior Lecturer in Religion, Mr Paul Dearey, Lecturer in Religion
School of Education and Social Sciences

Keynote Speakers:

Prof. Daria Pezzoli-Olgiati, University of Munich
Staging the Future and Enjoying Disasters: Apocalyptic Imagination and the Quest for Authenticity

Prof. Robert M. Geraci, Manhattan College, NYC
The Day the British Gone Away: Apocalyptic Visions of Technology in Modern India

Dr. Natasha O'Hear, St. Andrew's University
In Search of "Authentic" Apocalypticism: Explorations of the Apocalypse in Popular Culture, Literature and Music.

Michael Takeo Magruder, Visiting Artist & Researcher : British Library Labs, London
De/Coding the Apocalypse: Reimagining the Book of Revelation in the Information Age


Conference Fees:

Standard Conference Fee: £ 215.00

Student Conference Fee: £ 170.00

Conference fee includes: registration fee, refreshments, conference reception, conference dinner, light lunch. Please note that the conference fee does not include accommodation. You can book on campus accommodation separately (see "Accommodation").

You can register for the conference at the University of Hull's online store.

For more information

3rd International Spirituality in Healthcare Conference: ‘Creating Space for Spirituality in Healthcare’

22 June 2017, Trinity College Dublin

Abstract details:
Call for Abstracts: Submission deadline - 27 March 2017
Abstract and submission form should be emailed to:

Keynote Speakers

‘Opening the Gates: risk and opportunity for widening participation in spiritual care’
Reverend Dr Christopher Swift: Head of Chaplaincy Services, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

‘Spirituality and Wellbeing’
Mary Jo Kreitzer: Center for Spirituality & Healing, University of Minnesota

The conference is hosted by the Spirituality Interest Group, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin

To submit an abstract

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