Living and Dying
St John's College, Durham
7-9 September 2018
- Jeffrey Bishop, Saint Louis University: 'Ageing and the Technological Imaginary: Living and Dying in the Age of Perpetual Innovation'
- Susanna Snyder, Ripon College Cuddesdon/University of Oxford: 'Washing Wounded Feet-Pedetic Textures of a Theo-Ethical Response to Migration'
- Anthony Reddie, University of South Africa/Wesley House, Cambridge University: 'Do Black Lives Matter in Post-Brexit Britain?'
- Cathriona Russell, Trinity College Dublin: 'Care, coercion and personhood at the end of life'
- Kathryn Mannix, palliative care pioneer: 'Forgotten Wisdom: rediscovering the art of dying well'
Short Paper Presentations
- David Clough, Killing Animals: ‘Human’ and Non-Human
- Stewart Clem, Biological Death and Death of the Human Person: A Thomistic Analysis
- Manitza Kotze, A Life with Limits: A Christian Ethical Investigation of Radically Prolonging Human Lifespans
- Margaret Adam, Better Off Dead? Purposeless Death and Bodily Resurrection
- Ashley John Moyse, Hugging Death, Anticipating Suicide: Vulnerability to Despair and a Marcelian Response to Medical Assistance in Dying
- Travis Pickell, Gentle Space-Making: Christian Silent Prayer, Mindfulness, and Kenotic Identity Formation
- Helen Dawes, Living in Time: A Provocative Response to a Theology of Moments
- Michael Mawson, ‘Do Not Forsake Me When My Strength is Failing’: Insights from Disability Theology for Attending to Ageing
- Jana Bennett, A Disabled Body is a Dead Body: Views from Osler, Foucault and Gregory of Nyssa
- George Walters-Sleyon, Mass Incarceration and Death in US/UK Prisons: A Theological Situation
- Roger Abbott, Living and Dying with Natural Disaster: Dignity, Myth and Poverty
- Cosimo Manni, The Christian ‘Inconveniens’ of Virtue Ethics
- Joel Pierce, Rights and Virtue: Parallels and Complimentarity Between Two Often Opposing Approaches
- Fabian Grassl, In the Face of Death: The Role of ‘Borderline Situation’ in the Ethics of Helmut Thielicke
- Jennifer Leigh, Dying to Self for the Sake of Common Life: Political Agency in the Light of Bonhoeffer’s Ethics of Responsibility
- Tobias Winright, The Use and Abuse of ‘Bearing One’s Cross’ in Christian Bioethics
- Autumn Ridenour, Sabbath Rest as Vocation: Aging toward Death
- Sebastian Muders, Human Dignity and the Value of Life
- Jordan Redding, Crying out for Life in the Midst of Death: Eduard Thurneysen and the Ethical Question, 1913-1920