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REV SAMUEL GREEN 

AFES Islamic Engagement Director, Anglican Interfaith Chaplain, University of Tasmania.  Samuel has been engaging with the Islamic community for the last 25 years.

CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM – WHY HAS THERE BEEN CONFLICT, WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD, AND WHAT IS A WAY FORWARD?

Samuel will be speaking on this subject and presenting his new book Where to Start with Islam

Hotel Soho

Thursday 13 February 2020

6.00 pm

Two-course Dinner and Lecture, $35 per person (drinks not included), booking essential

PROF PETER KURTI

Senior Research Fellow and Director – Culture, Prosperity and Civil Society Program, Centre for Independent Studies

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

Hotel Soho, Davey Street, Hobart (UPSTAIRS DINING ROOM)
Friday 13 March 2020

6.00 pm
Two-course Dinner and Lecture, $35 per person (drinks not included), booking essential

COLLOQUIUM SATURDAY 27 JUNE 2020

PAPERS OFFERED TO DATE

  • Mr Kenneth Crowther, Director of Teaching and Learning, Toowoomba Christian School
  • Mr Fadi Elbarbar, Head of Religion and Values, Sacred Heart College, Hobart
  • Dr Gerard Gaskin, Director Learning and Teaching, Tasmanian Catholic Education Office
  • Dr David Hastie, Associate Dean, Education Development, Alphacrucis College, Sydney
  • Mr Robert van Send, Augustine Academy, Tumut, NSW
  • The Most Reverend Julian Porteous, Archbishop of Hobart
  • Mr Karl Schmude, Founding Fellow, Campion College Australia

Please put Saturday 27 June in your diary! It will be our sixth annual colloquium. The theme centres on secondary education, with a particular focus on the development of the spiritual and religious dimension of human nature.  See the Call for Papers on our website.  

ROME SUMMER SCHOOL

5 – 18 JULY 2020

The intensive residential two-week course is a study of Roman and Medieval Culture and the growth of Western and Christian civilisation through the medium of the Latin language.  Taught at the Bernardi Campus of the University of St Thomas, in the Prati district, classes are taught in the mornings, leaving the afternoons free for walking, talking and sight-seeing.