The Seventh Biennial Faith and Knowledge Conference

Virtual

Add to Calendar January 29, 2021 America/Los_Angeles The Seventh Biennial Faith and Knowledge Conference

To be held virtually, January 29-30, 2021.

Virtual

To be held virtually, January 29-30, 2021.

The Faith and Knowledge Conference was established in 2007 to bring together Latter-day Saint graduate students in religious studies and related disciplines from across the world in order to explore the interactions between religious faith and scholarship. During the past four conferences, students have shared their experiences in the church and the academy and the new ideas that have emerged as a result. Papers and conversations provided thought-provoking historical, exegetical, and theoretical insights and compelling models of how to reconcile one’s discipleship with scholarly discipline.

There will be no registration fee at the 2021 conference. For individuals whose paper proposals are accepted, further details about the conference will be forthcoming by January 15, 2021.

Committee:

Richard Lyman Bushman, Columbia University

Kathleen Flake, University of Virginia

Joseph Stuart, University of Utah

Kimberly Matheson Berkey, Loyola University, Chicago

Vinna Chintaram, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Stephen Betts, University of Virginia