Lectures: Law, Religion & Liberty

The Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture is hosting a series of lectures throughout Trinity Term 2012 on Law, Religion and Liberty: Legal and Theological Perspectives. All are welcome. The lectures are Tuesdays at 5.00pm in Regent’s Park College, Oxford.

  • 24 April: Against Human Rights
    Professor John Milbank, Professor of Religion & Ethics, University of Nottingham
  • 1 May: Religious Liberty: From Trent to Vatican II
    Professor Thomas Pink, King’s College London
  • 8 May: Freedom and Slavery: The Case of Deacon Sam Sharpe
    Dr Delroy Reid Salmon, Regent’s Park College, Oxford
  • 15 May: Law and Gospel: On the Duty to Order the World
    Dr Esther Reed, Head of Theology & Religion, University of Exeter
  • 22 May: Law, Religion & Public Reasoning
    Dr Jonathan Chaplin, Director, Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics, Cambridge
  • 29 May: Numbers and Lines
    Dr Catherine Pickstock, Reader in Philosophy & Theology, Cambridge
  • 7 June (Thursday): Canon Law as an International Legal Framework
    Dr Robert Ombres OP, Blackfriars, Oxford
  • 12 June: Two Way Translation: A Test Case for Religious Intervention
    Professor Jeremy Waldron, Chichele Professor of Social & Political Theory, Oxford