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SFC Research Seminars

The SFC Research Seminars provide an avenue for Honours students, Masters students, and doctoral candidates to participate in a forum where faculty are presenting their own current work while also modelling good research and writing practice. These seminars are held three times each academic semester, and are open to clergy and members of the wider community.

These seminars are held in Lecture Room 1 (directly below the Roscoe Library), between 2.00pm and 5.00pm on the dates listed below.

The dates for SFC Research Seminars in 2013 are:

March 6
April 10
May 8

July 24 (Special Guest Presenter: Dr Paula Gooder) Register Online
August 21
September 25

Details of the topics for presentations to these seminars are available online.

UQ Research Seminars

School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics

Studies in Religion Seminar

Theology Series Program 2014

Note: Sessions begin at 2pm. Venue at UQ is TBA.



7th March  Anne Klose: ‘The Lord’s Supper as Multivalent Sacrament in an Australian Baptist Context’


4th April Aaron Ghiloni: ‘Mission Concepts in World Religions’


2nd May  Janice Rees: ‘The (Im) Material Body?: On Eucharist, Discipleship, and Subjectivity’

Clive Ayre: ‘Ecology and Diaconia’

6th June Sam Hey: ‘Contemporary Pentecostal Theologies and their Responses to Religious and Social Change’
1st August Neil Pembroke and Ray Reddicliffe: ‘The Healthcare Chaplain and Organizational Spirituality: Theology and Practice’
5th September David McEwan: ‘Love, Holiness and Happiness; But is the Greatest of These Love?’
3rd October David Pitman: ‘The Relevance of Reinhold Niebuhr for the Contemporary Academy and Church’
7th November Anita Monro: ‘“It’s such a shame you’re not in a congregation!” Reclaiming the Diaconal Role of the Presbyter’