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International theologian James Alison is coming to Brisbane during May. Further program details will be available shortly, but the key events will include:
- May 10 – Student talk at St John’s College, St Lucia
- May 11 – Preaching at St John’s Anglican Cathedral, Ann St (7:30 and 9:30am)
- May 12 – Public lecture St John’s Cathedral (7.00pm) “Cinderella No Longer: Taking Hope to the Ball.”
- May 13 – Clergy Workshop on the Atonement at St Francis College, Milton (9.00am – 12 noon)
Further information and online registration is now available.
Members of the local ANZATS community are invited to join us for this event at SFC on Thursday, 10 April 2014, as we celebrate the publication of the latest book by Dr Gregory C. Jenks, Academic Dean at St Francis Theological College and Senior Lecturer in the CSU School of Theology:
Jesus Then and Jesus Now: Looking for Jesus, Finding Ourselves
Melbourne: Mosaic Press, 2014
The book will be launched by the Revd Dr Nigel Leaves, and copies are now available for purchase at an early bird discount rate that will be available on the day of the launch and through to 15 April.
The venue will be Lecture Room 1, below the Roscoe Library at SFC (233 Milton Road, Milton).
To assist with catering arrangements, please register online for a free ticket.
You are welcome to join us for the book launch at 3.30pm, or else to come at 2.00pm for two presentations in the SFC Research Seminar series:
- 2.00pm – Richard Tutin (SFC): “Receptive Ecumenism”
- 2.45pm – Serena Love (UQ Archaeology): “Chemical analysis of sun-dried bricks in ancient structures.”
For other publications by Gregory C. Jenks, see: www.gregoryjenks.com/publications/
During the week of March 24 – 28, St Francis College at Milton is hosting a Qualitative Research Method Workshop on Individual and Collaborative Autoethnography, presented by Heewon Chang, Ph. D., Professor of Organizational Leadership and Education at Eastern University, USA and Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Multicultural Education. Professor Chang is the author of: Autoethnography as Method(2008), Spirituality in Higher Education: Autoethnographies (2012), and Collaborative Autoethnography (2013).
The workshop will extend over five (5) days, and numbers are limited. Register online now to secure one of these places. If the cost of the workshop would prevent you from attending, please email Greg Jenks at SFC to discuss options for a concessional charge.
Time: 2.00 – 4.30pm
Venue: Lecture Room 1, St Francis Theological College, 233 Milton Road, Milton (best car entry is from Baroona Road)
Dr Les Ball, formerly the Dean of Brisbane College of Theology and the author of the 2012 report, Transforming Theology: Student Experience and Transformative Learning in Undergraduate Theological Education, will help us begin our 2014 year with reflections on best practice in offering our students transformative experiences in theological education.
Les will present some of his research into transformative theological education, with time for questions and discussion. We shall then have an extended opportunity for refreshments, so that we get to meet and mingle with colleagues from different theology schools around SE Queensland.
St Francis College at Milton is hosting a Qualitative Research Method Workshop on Individual and Collaborative Autoethnography, presented by Heewon Chang, Ph. D., Professor of Organizational Leadership and Education at Eastern University, USA and Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Multicultural Education. Professor Chang is the author of: Autoethnography as Method(2008), Spirituality in Higher Education: Autoethnographies (2012), and Collaborative Autoethnography (2013).
The workshop will extend over five (5) days, and numbers are limited to 15 participants. Register online now to secure one of these 15 places.
This five-day workshop focuses on individual and collaborative autoethnography as a qualitative research method. Dr. Heewon Chang, author of multiple books and articles on autoethnography, will present the theoretical and practical knowledge of this research method in interactive sessions. Ten sessions (two each morning) will cover the following topics: (1) methodological tenets of individual and collaborative authoethnography; (2) research topic selection; (3) data collection; (4) data analysis and interpretation; and (5) autoethnographic writing. Participants may use the optional afternoon sessions to practice research steps independently or design a new autoethnographic project. By the end of the workshop, participants might expect to have gained a working knowledge of this research method and be able to initiate their own autoethnographic project.
The workshop is designed to provide foundational knowledge about autoethnography to those who, for the first time, want to use autobiographical data for social science research. Those who are somewhat familiar with the research method may also benefit from the workshop by participating in hands-on exercises in the company of other novice and seasoned autoethnographers. We welcome scholars and students of autoethnography and other qualitative research methods from a variety of disciplines including, but not limited to, education, leadership, health care, social work, sociology, anthropology, ministry, communication, business, etc.
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:
July 24 (Special Guest Presenter: Dr Paula Gooder) Register Online
Details of the topics for presentations to these seminars are available online.