Rutgers Analytic Theology Seminar CFP

May 14, 2024
Posted by Chris Lee

The Rutgers Analytic Theology Seminar solicits abstracts for papers in analytic theology, for a conference to be held June 8-10, 2025, at Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus. Papers are welcome in all areas of analytic theology, including analytical historical theology.

RATS is an interfaith conference. Abstracts will be blind-reviewed; they should be a maximum of 500 words in length, and should be anonymized for blind review. Those sending abstracts should specify whether the final paper will be colloquium (3000 word) or symposium (4-5000 word) length. At most one paper will be accepted for a submitted symposium; some who send an abstract for a symposium slot may be offered a colloquium slot instead. Some whose papers are not accepted may be offered commentator slots. All sessions will be single-reader; there will be no “panels.”

Abstracts are due by October 15, to  Decisions will be announced by December 1, 2024.

Keynote and symposium sessions will be read-ahead, with commentators. Colloquium papers will be read out, and may or may not have commentators. Keynote and symposium sessions may last 90 minutes or two hours; colloquium sessions will be 60 or 75 mins. Keynote speakers will be Oliver Crisp (St. Andrews), Katherin Rogers (U of Delaware), and Timothy Pawl (U of St Thomas).

Further information on the conference will be forthcoming.