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IAPT 2015 Call for Papers

IAPT 2015 Call for Papers

The twelfth IAPT biennial conference, the second one in South Africa, will be held from 16-20 July 2015 in Pretoria.

In view of the rich political and cultural heritage of South Africa and the historical and contemporary legacy of injustice that has so powerfully shaped this context, we decided at the Toronto conference to focus on issues of injustice, personhood and human dignity. It also provides an opportunity to explore philosophies and worldviews rooted in the (South) African context that could help to address these problems. In this conference we will explore one such worldview or spirituality that is deeply rooted in the Southern African context, namely Ubuntu.

The call for papers provide members with information on the venue, theme and plenary speakers.

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CALL FOR PAPERS – Special issue of International Journal of Practical Theology on “Ageing and Practical Theology”

CALL FOR PAPERS – Special issue of International Journal of Practical Theology on “Ageing and Practical Theology”

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Special issue of International Journal of Practical Theology on “Ageing and Practical Theology”.

The editors would like to announce a special themed issue on the topic of Ageing and Practical Theology to be published as Volume 18.2, 2014. Articles may address any aspect of the relationship between ageing and practical theology, including the spirituality of older people, relationships between and across generations, questions of justice relating to senior citizens, cross-cultural issues in relation to ageing, and issues of pastoral ministry to elderly persons in social, institutional or ecclesial settings.

Please send in the first instance a 400-word abstract (in English or German, the language in which you intend to submit the full article) to the Editors (addresses below) by September 30th 2013. The Editors will be responsible for selecting articles on the originality of their contribution to the theme and appropriateness for publication in an international journal.

Final articles may be up to twenty pages double-spaced typescript in length and must be submitted by March 31st, 2014. Normal guidelines to authors for presentation and formatting apply.

Editors

Elaine Graham (e.graham@chester.ac.uk)

Bernd Schroeder (bernd.schroeder@theologie.uni-goettingen.de)‎