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Concilium Annual Meeting 2015
The next Concilium Annual Meeting and Symposium will be held during 26 – 30 May, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro.
Congratulations
We are happy to inform you all that Prof. Sarojini Nadar, Member of the Editorial Board Concilium was nominated for prestigious award Esteemed Researcher and Author, in South Africa.
Concilium Online Editions
View Concilium Italian Edition online at the following: http://www.libreriadelsanto.it/reparti/ebook/ebook---riviste/concilium/4336.html View Concilium Spanish Edition online at the following: www.verbodivino.es
Concilium Symposium Topics - Sarajevo, 2014
The Themes of the Concilium Symposium in Sarajevo as follows: First Day: 09/06/2014 Felix Wilfred (Chennai, India) – Multureligious identity Pantelis Kalaitzidis (Volos, Greece) – Religious nationalism and Christian identity Mile Babić (Franciscan Theology, Sarajevo) – Religious identity and religious fundamentalism Regina Ammicht-Quinn (Tübingen, Germany) – Memory and the building of identity Ugo Vlaisavljević (Faculty of philosophy, Sarajevo) – Ethnic conflicts and identity Dževad Karahasan (novelist, Graz-Sarajevo) – Identity – tensions and conflicts Aleksandar Hemon (novelist, Chicago-Sarajevo) - Second Day: 10/06/2014 Dino Abazović (Faculty of sociology, Sarajevo) – The role of religious identity in the B&H war Sarojini Nadar (South Africa) - Daniel Pilario (Manila, Philipines) – Religious identity in the midst of the conflict of religions Bishop Pero Sudar (bishop of Sarajevo) – Role of the Church in BiH in building identity Erik Borgman (Tilburg, Netherlands) – Religion and identity in secular society Miroslav Volf (Yale University, USA) – Religion and identity in pluralist society Dževad Hodžić (Faculty of Islamic Theology, Sarajevo) – Islamic identity in secular Europe
Obituary
Concilium is sad to inform the demise of Mr. Antoine van den Boogaard, one of the Founders of Concilium in London on 30 December, 2013. The funeral of Mr Antione van den Boogaard will take place at 11am on 11th January, 2014 at the Heilige Landstichting in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Concilium Annual Meeting and Symposium 2014
Concilium Annual Meeting and Symposium was held during 9-12 June, 2014 in Sarajevo on the theme “Theology in Postconflict Society - Religion and Identity”. The chief guest of the conference was Prof. Dr. Ivo Komšić, Mayor who is also an academic and earlier Professor of Sociology. The President of Concilium Prof. Felix Wilfred welcomed the members of the Editorial Board, Scholars, Faculty and Students from different educational institutions of Higher Education from Bosnia-Herzegovina and from the different parts of the world. About 150 scholars and students participated in the event. The conference was held in English. Simultaneous translation was provided Bosniak, Croatian, and Serbian, so that they closely follow the lectures. The President acknowledged the presence of the Mayor, thanked him for his inaugural speech. In addition, at a separate event organized by Concilium, Prof. Jon Sobrino, theologian of liberation gave a lecture at a Franciscan Multimedial Centre in Sarajevo. After the Symposium Concilium Editorial Board and Publishers met for its annual meeting. The Themes of the Concilium Symposium speakers in Sarajevo as follows: First Day: 09/06/2014 Felix Wilfred (Chennai, India) – Multureligious identity Pantelis Kalaitzidis (Volos, Greece) – Religious nationalism and Christian identity Mile Babić (Franciscan Theology, Sarajevo) – Religious identity and religious fundamentalism Regina Ammicht-Quinn (Tübingen, Germany) – Memory and the building of identity Ugo Vlaisavljević (Faculty of philosophy, Sarajevo) – Ethnic conflicts and identity Dževad Karahasan (novelist, Graz-Sarajevo) – Identity – tensions and conflicts Aleksandar Hemon (novelist, Chicago-Sarajevo) - Second Day: 10/06/2014 Dino Abazović (Faculty of sociology, Sarajevo) – The role of religious identity in the B&H war Sarojini Nadar (South Africa) - Biblical Resources of the Practice of Reconciliation Daniel Pilario (Manila, Philipines) – Religious identity in the midst of the conflict of religions Bishop Pero Sudar (bishop of Sarajevo) – Role of the Church in BiH in building identity Erik Borgman (Tilburg, Netherlands) – Religion and identity in secular society Miroslav Volf (Yale University, USA) – Religion and identity in pluralist society Dževad Hodžić (Faculty of Islamic Theology, Sarajevo) – Islamic identity in secular Europe
Online Edition
We are happy to inform you that the Italian and Spanish Publishers are going online shortly.
Concilium Book Presentation
A Book-presentation of the special issue Concilium 2013/5 on “Reform of the Roman Curia” will be held at Centro Pro Unione, Rome, on 25 November, 2013 at 17.30 hours. Address: Via di Santa Maria dell Anima, 30, 00186 Rome, Italy Phone: +39 06 687 9552 It is organized by Concilium foundation with the collaboration of the Italian publishers Queriniana. Copies of the issue in other languages also will be exhibited on this occasion. At the Book-presentation the following will speak: Prof. Felix Wilfred Prof. Luiz Carlos Susin President, Concilium, Chennai (India) Prof.ssa Serena Noceti Facoltà Teologica dell’Italia Centrale, Firenze Prof. Norman Tanner Pontificia Università Gregoriana, Roma Prof. Enrico Galavotti Istituto per le Scienze religiose, Bologna Prof. James Puglisi Centro Pro Unione, Roma Prof. Patrick Valdrini Pontificia Università Lateranense, Roma Prof. Luiz Carlos Susin Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre/RS (Brasile)
Obituary:
We wish to place on record the sad demise of Miklos Tomka on 25th November, 2010. He was a former member of the Concilium Foundation. Born in 1941 he was an important Hungarian sociologist of religion from Budapest, in particular. His scientific expertise was in demand internationally. He was also a remarkable man, an amiable fellow, a leveling character and a good friend. In the year 2001 Miklos Tomka received "Doctor honoris causa" from the University of Vienna. His international reputation led to many invited talks and keynote speeches at conferences, so that his workload was definitely worth noting. As Editorial Board member of Concilium, he contributed to enlighten us on the situation of religion and Christianity in Central and Eastern Europe.

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