2008: Future Mormon Studies Events at Claremont / Claremont Mormon Studies Student Assn

This post consists of the list of future events related to the Claremont Mormon Studies Student Association at Claremont Graduate School in California. I have attended seminars there by Trumen Madsen, Richard Turley, and Richard Bushman recently, and am looking forward particularly to upcoming presentations by three favorites of this blogger (had you noticed?): David Paulsen, Robert Millet, and James Falconer. These will be rare opportunities to hear these outstanding scholars in Southern California. They will take place during the afternoon or at lunchtime, as is frequent for academic presentations.
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Thanks much,

Steve St.Clair
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Future Events
March 14-15, 2008 – Sunstone West Conference: Sunstone will host its annual conference at CGU.
visit website for more details
March 20, 2008 – The Future of Mormon History Panel Discussion: CMSSA presents a panel discussion with Richard E. Turley, Jr., Claudia L. Bushman, and Richard Lyman Bushman on the future of Mormon history. The panel will be held at 3:30 p.m. in Burkle 16. read more…
March 20, 2008 – Richard Turley Lecture: The Mormon Studies Council and the School of Religion at CGU have invited LDS historian Richard E. Turley, Jr. to deliver a public lecture in the Mudd Auditorium at 8 p.m. Turley, who currently serves as the Managing Director of the LDS Church’s Family and Church History Department, will speak on “Approaching Mountain Meadows: How Latter-day Saints Respond to the Worst Event in Mormon History.” read more…
March 24, 2008 – Philosophical Theology in Mormonism: CMSSA presents a lunch discussion with philosopher and Brigham Young University professor, David Paulsen. Paulsen will lead a discussion exploring the place of philosophical theology in Mormonism. The event will be held in the IAC Library at the CGU School of Religion at noon. Lunch will be provided.
March 27-29, 2008 – SMPT Annual Meeting: The Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology will hold its fifth annual meeting on March 27-29 at The University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. visit website for more details
Apr 18-19, 2008 – “May These Principles Be Established”: Mormonism in the Political Arena – The Claremont Mormon Studies Student Association (CMSSA) invites all interested graduate students to a conference addressing the theme of Mormonism in the political arena. Papers from all social scientific and humanities disciplines are welcomed, as this topic invites exploration from many perspectives, individual, organizational, historical, contemporary, theological, ethical and even international. Similar conferences on additional topics relevant to Mormon Studies are expected to be held biennially. read more…
April 1, 2008 – Restoration Christianity: Commonality and Divergence in Latter Day Saint Movements – The Religious Studies Program at Utah Valley State College presents the eighth annual Mormon Studies Conference. The conference will explore the relationship between the traditions that trace their history and teachings to the revelations of Joseph Smith. visit website for more details…
April 21, 2008 – Robert Millet Afternoon Discussion: Brigham Young University Professor Robert Millet visits CGU. He will lead a discussion on the question, “Where Does Interfaith Dialogue Lead?” Check back for more details.
May 5, 2008 – James Faulconer Lunch Discussion: Philosopher and Brigham Young University Professor James Faulconer visits CGU. The discussion will be held in the IAC Library at the CGU School of Religion. Check back for more details.
May 16-17, 2008 – Mormon Scholars in the Humanities Symposium Mormon Scholars in the Humanities and Mormon Scholars Foundation are collaborating on a conference to take place on the campus of Southern Virginia University. The conference theme is “Interpretation: LDS Perspectives.” visit website for more details…
August 21-22, 2008 – European Mormon Studies Association Conference: The European Mormon Studies Association is joining with the Department of Comparative Religion at Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland for their annual confernce. The theme of the conference is “Mormonism and the Christian Tradition.” Deadline for paper proposals is April 15. visit website for more details
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