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“Sancta Colloquia” is latin for: Sacred Conversations.
 
Presentations from the 2016 and 2017 Teaching the Codex colloquia at Merton College, Oxford. Organisers: Mary Boyle and Tristan Franklinos. Committee: Alexander Peplow and Jessica Rahardjo. Sponsors: Merton College History of the Book Group (2016, 2017); Oxford Medieval Studies, sponsored by the Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) (2016, 2017); the Lancelyn Green Foundation Fund (2016, 2017); the Craven Committee (2016); and the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Li ...
 
The University of Georgia School of Law Speaker Sidebar Podcast series features Georgia Law faculty discussing current research or other scholarly projects with the Law School’s Faculty Colloquium Series speakers from other institutions.
 
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In this episode of Sancta Colloquia, I had the honor of listening to Susan Vincent (@susanv) tell me her story. All of our stories are rather remarkable and the remarkable aspect of Susan’s story (for me) was that she was raised in an evangelical, conservative, charismatic environment, home-schooled by evangelical academics. And here she is now ...…
 
In this episode of Sancta Colloquia, I had the incredible privilege of interviewing my Twitter friend: Nic Don Stanton-Roark (@ExilePolitics). Through our conversation, Nic Don shares the journey he’s been on from Atheism to Theism to Christianity. We get the details of how this journey worked itself out: from the comical episodes to the seriou ...…
 
In this episode we talk about our bodies, that the body can remember and harbor memories in its flesh, religious trauma, and hope in healing. I’ve found that often times the Church drops the ball when it comes to talking to people as embodied beings yet is quick to judge according to the body. The person (the hearer who has a body) becomes dism ...…
 
University of Georgia School of Law Associate Professor Jason Cade speaks with UCLA School of Law's Professor Jennifer Chacón after her faculty colloquium talk on October 10, 2018, regarding changes and enforcement in immigration law including the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. They also discuss how states like California are enacting ...…
 
In this episode, Liam Miller and I are talking about the book of Number, the fourth book of the Old Testament of the Christian Bible, the fourth of five books that make up Israel’s Torah. Liam does an excellent job walking us through large portions of the book of Numbers or, as he refers to it, “The Book of the Wilderness.” What was supposed to ...…
 
University of Georgia School of Law Assistant Professor of Law Sandra G. Mayson speaks with Vanderbilt Law's Professor Christopher Slobogin, prior to his faculty colloquium talk on September 9, 2018, regarding policing in a technological age. Slobogin’s work on modern search tactics using technology intersects with Professor Mayson’s work on ri ...…
 
In this episode I get the opportunity to have my first in depth, voice-to-voice conversation with my new friend Anastasia Satterfield (Twitter: @the_stasia_bug). Anastasia and I have bonded over the Twitters via tweets about American Evangelicalism obsession with purity culture and the toxic application of theology that supports and surrounds i ...…
 
In this episode I talk with my friend and philosophical and theological interlocutor John-Marc Ormechea (Twitter: @EpicTillich), and we discussed all things Stoicism, how Stoicism is inherently situated to stand against oppressive systems, and the emphasis within Stoicism that we all fit together (equity). I have to tell you that I know practic ...…
 
Welcome to the very first episode of Sancta Colloquia! In this episode, I talk with my friend and colleague Rev. Kate Hanch (@katehanch) and we discuss mysticism, feminism, and white-supremacy. It’s clear that in this conversation I am wading into unknown theological waters, and Kate proves to be a good swim coach and life guard. She deftly mov ...…
 
Margaret Bent (Oxford) speaks at the 2017 Teaching the Codex Colloquium about music palaeography in the classroom.
 
Eleanor Giraud (Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick) speaks about music palaeography in the classroom.
 
David d'Avray (UCL) gives closing remarks at the 2016 Teaching the Codex Colloquium.
 
Henrike Lähnemann (Oxford) gives a talk at the 2016 Teaching the Codex Colloquium.
 
Daniel Wakelin (Oxford) gives a talk at the 2016 Teaching the Codex Colloquium.
 
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