Theology, Philosophy, and Ethics at DCU
Open House Evening For Alumni, Friends, and Prospective Students – everyone welcome!
Thursday 26 April, 6.00pm-9.00pm (drop in at any point)
Purcell House, Room 1, DCU All Hallows Campus Grace Park Rd, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org, 01 700 6100
You are warmly invited to our Open House Evening on Thursday 26th April at the DCU All Hallows Campus, the new home of Mater Dei Institute’s courses in theology, philosophy and ethics. The Open House will run from 6-9pm, with a series of short taster lectures and updates from 7-8pm. You’ll have the opportunity to meet and catch up with staff, hear short talks on current research and developments, and find out about the exciting array of courses, postgraduate research, and available scholarships in theology, philosophy, and ethics at DCU.
Outline of Taster Lectures and Updates
6-7pm Refreshments and information on courses, postgraduate research opportunities, and scholarships (drop in as you can)
7pm Theology after Mater Dei Institute? The Academic study of Religion in a Secular University Dr Ethna Regan Head of School
7.10pm Emerging Debates in Ethics Prof. Bert Gordijn
7.20pm What do Atheists say about New Atheism? Dr Peter Admirand
7.30pm Refusing the Apparent: A Really Short Introduction to Philosophy Dr Ian Leask
7.40pm The Book that Shaped Ireland: Introducing a New Project Exploring the Bible in Ireland Dr Brad Anderson & Dr Jonathan Kearney
8-9pm Refreshments and information on courses and postgraduate research: Opportunity to meet staff from MA in Theology, MA in Ethics, MA in Ethics (Corporate Responsibility) and BA in Theology and Religious Studies