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Heather Brown


Gillian Rose conference 2015

The ‘Gillian Rose: 20 year retrospective’ day conference will take place on Friday 9th January 2015 at Durham University’s Lindisfarne centre. Dinner will be at Durham’s business school nearby.



10 – 10.45: Coffee and registration


10.45 – 11: Welcome and announcements

11 – 12: Andrew Brower Latz, ‘Gillian Rose and social theory’

12 – 1: Rowan Williams, ‘Gillian Rose and Hegel’


1 – 2.15: Lunch and coffee


2.15 – 3.15: Panel: Marcus Pound and Irene Lancaster

3.15 – 4.15: Peter Osborne, ‘Gillian Rose and Marxism’


4.15 – 4.45: Coffee and biscuits


4.45 – 5.45: John Milbank, ‘Gillian Rose and politics’

5.45 – 6.45: Andrew Shanks, ‘Gillian Rose and theology’


6.45: Close


The conference is now accepting further speakers.

The conference fee is £50 including lunch and refreshments.

To register please email andrew.brower-latz[at], and send a cheque for £50, made out to ‘Durham University, Centre for Catholic Studies’, to Dr. Marcus Pound, Theology and Religion Department, Durham University, Abbey House, Palace Green, DH1 3RS.

You are welcome to join us afterwards for dinner (which is not included in the price): please let us know if you plan to attend dinner when you register.

For any further questions or to send an abstract (of no more than 300 words),  email andrew.brower-latz[at]

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