Conference: Reception of German Religious Thought in 19th-Century America

 

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Receptions of German Religious Thought in Nineteenth-Century America 

In association with the Rothermere American Institute

 

Speakers: 

Johannes Zachhuber (Oxford)

The Transformation of German Theology in the Nineteenth Century

Joel D. S. Rasmussen (Oxford)

Schelling and the New England Mind

Christina Urbanek (Hamburg)

The Transatlantic Knowledge Network: the Case of George Bancroft

Paul E. Kerry (Oxford/BYU)

George Bancroft’s View of German Professors and Biblical Scholarship

Michael Lee (Eastern University)

Griesbach and Biblical Textual Criticism Come to the United States

Annette Aubert (Westminster Theological Seminary)

A Transatlantic Community of Scholars: Nineteenth-Century American and German Religious Dialogues

Zachary Purvis (Edinburgh)

Admiration, Anxiety, and the Gilded Age: German Theology in America

Owen Anderson (Arizona State University)

Hodge Meets Schleiermacher: The Effect of German Theology on the Princeton Seminary

Ruth Jackson (Cambridge)

On Schleiermacher, Language, and Literary Form

 

 

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