19 September 2014 at The Oxford Research Centre for the Humanities (map)

9.30 Registration and Coffee

10.00 Welcome

Plenary Session: Invited Papers

10.15 Thomas Albert Howard, Gordon College (Boston)
Religious Nationalism, the Legacy of the Reformation, and the Manifesto of the 93

11.00 Coffee

11.30 Wolfram Kinzig, University of Bonn
Harnack, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, and the First World War

12.15 Mark Chapman, University of Oxford
Missionaries, Modernism, and German Theology: Anglican Reactions to the Outbreak of War

13.00 Lunch

Submitted Papers

14.15 Dan Inman, University of Oxford
God, War and the Universities: Interpreting early British and German theological propaganda, 1914-15

15.00 Roy MacLeod, University of Sydney
The Manifesto and the Scientists’ War

15.45 Tea

Concluding Plenary Session
16.15 A Conversation with Nigel Biggar (University of Oxford) and Anthony F. Lang (University of St Andrews), Moderated by Mark Chapman (University of Oxford)
Whose War Was Just? The Manifesto and the Ethics of World War I

17.15 Close

17.30 Suggested Visit to World War I Exhibition at the Bodleian Library (map)

19.00 Conference Dinner at Keble College (map)

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