16
Oct
Manukau Mini Conference

Laidlaw Manukau warmly welcomes you to a mini-conference of Laidlaw based research seminars. These seminars are a local expression of Laidlaw’s commitment to provide a community of learning for scholars and students. Laidlaw staff will present recent research they have undertaken and warmly invite others to come and engage in conversation about their findings. The presentations will be at postgraduate level, and all are welcome to attend.

Laidlaw faculty will be giving a series of academic presentations aimed at Postgraduate level and above. Each presentation will be followed by opportunity for questions.

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Where Manukau Campus
When 9:00am - 2:00pm
Cost Free. Lunch Included (Koha appreciated)
RSVP by 11 October by clicking the link below

The programme and line-up of speakers is as below:

9:00 am - Introduction and Welcome by Naylor Owen


9:15 am - Roshan Allpress

“A connection... [that] brings us within the precincts of holy ground”: Reflections on the history of evangelical institutions in the Anglophone world since the Reformation


10:00 am - Terry Pouono

Pacific Pedagogy in New Zealand schools: Reality or illusion?


11:00 am - Greg Liston

Eschatology and the Munus Triplex: On the Threefold Anointing of the Spirit


11:45 am - Philippa Isom 

The Disobedient Game: The future of schools in an age of accelerations


12:30 pm - Myk Habets 

“Will this be in the exam?”: The Social Coefficient of Knowledge in the Theological Classroom


1:15 pm - Lunch 


2:00 pm - Close