University of Wales: Lectures on “Medieval Law and Redemption” and Nicholas of Cusa

On 30 January 2012 The Trinity Saint David University of Wales Faculty of Humanities Research Lecture Series will host a lecture by Dr William Marx entitled “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Medieval Law and Redemption” .

On 20 February 2012 Professor Johannes Hoff will lecture on “The In/Visibility of God in Nicholas of Cusa: An Aesthetic Approach to the Foundations of Christian Theology”

Both lectures will be held at the Founders’ Library at 5 pm.

The Faculty of Humanities Research Lecture Series aims to engage with significant contributions to research in any of the broad range of humanities subjects represented at the University. Seeking to advance intellectual enquiry based on a variety of methodologies, the series particularly encourages cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural themes and approaches, which provide innovative perspectives to the humanities discipline inways relevant and accessible to a wider audience. In addition to promoting communication between individual humanities subjects and related academic disciplines, students and interested members of the public, the research lecture series also endeavours to support research-led, interdisciplinary teaching across the Faculty. The lectures will take place once a month during teaching periods of the University and will be held in the Founders’ Library on the Lampeter campus. Each lecture will be followed by a reception.

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