NEW WINE NEW WINESKINS
New Wine New Wineskins: Young Catholic Moral Theologians seeks to create an atmosphere of friendship, mutual respect, dialogue, academic enrichment, and charity in which Catholic moral theologians in the early stages of their careers may gather for a common formation experience where participants are invited to explore the vocation of the moral theologian as committed to the common good of the Church, the academy, and the societies in which we live and work.
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2024 NWNW SYMPOSIUM
SAVE THE DATE:
July 25 - July 28, 2024
Location: Holy Cross College
Featured Scholar: Paul Wadell
The New Wine New Wineskins Symposium is a gathering for early-career Catholic moral theologians who desire to share their work, build community, and serve the Church.
An established scholar joins us every year on Thursday evening and Friday morning to discuss his or her vocation as a moral theologian and ongoing research. The rest of the symposium is devoted to paper presentations, common discussion, and fellowship.
The symposium is open to all early-career Catholic moral theologians or early-career scholars doing work in Catholic moral theology who are:
ABD doctoral candidates
Part-time faculty within 7 years of doctoral graduation
Pre-tenure full-time faculty
Independent scholars within 7 years of doctoral graduation
Scholarships are available for those who do not have sufficient institutional funding.
If you want to receive updates on the 2024 NWNW Symposium, please write us HERE.
The 2024 Call for Papers is available HERE with a deadline of January 31, 2024.