◊ Conference Program ◊

SUNDAY, JUNE 15

Registration and Check-in 2:00-6:00pm Erdman Center

Opening Dinner 6:00-7:20pm MacKay Main Lounge

Opening Presentation 7:30-8:50pm How Jewish Was Karl Barth? Professor David Novak, Chair of Jewish Studies and Professor of Religion and Philosophy at the University of Toronto

MONDAY, JUNE 16

Plenary Session 1, 10-11:20am A Historical Look into Barth’s Relationship with the Jewish People: 1920s and 30s and 19671 Eberhard Busch, Director of the Karl Barth Research-Centre and Professor Emeritus at Georg-August- Universität, Göttingen

12-12:30pm Worship, Miller Chapel

12:30-1:20pm Lunch, MacKay Dining Hall

Plenary Session 2, 2:00-2:50pm

Who Are the People of God?: Ecclesiology from Romans to Barth and Beyond Ellen Charry, Professor of Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary

3:00-3:00pm Break

Concurrent Session 1, 3:30-4:20pm2

                                                                                                                           1  Tentative  lecture  topic.   2  Concurrent  session  speakers  and  paper  titles  will  be  updated  in  due  course.  Check  again  on  April  1  for  further  details.   2  Concurrent  session  speakers  and  paper  titles  will  be  updated  in  due  course.  Check  again  on  April  1  for  further  details.  



5:00-5:50pm Discussion Groups

6:00-7:20pm Dinner, MacKay Dining Hall

7:30-9:00pm After Dinner Dialogue Event

TUESDAY, JUNE 17

Plenary Session 3, 9:00-11:50am To Love OT/Tanakh is Love Enough for the Jews Peter Ochs,  Professor of Modern Judaic Studies at The University of Virginia

1945-1950: Karl Barth and the Early Postwar Interfaith Encounters Victoria Barnett, Director of the Programs on Ethics, Religion and the Holocaust at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

12-12:30pm Worship

12:30-1:20pm Lunch, MacKay Dining Hall

Plenary Session 4, 1:30-3:00pm

Barth, Berkovits, Birkenau: On Whether It Is Possible to Understand Karl Barth as a Post-Holocaust Theologian Mark Lindsay, Director of Research at the University of Divinity, Melbourne

Concurrent Session 2, 3:30-4:50pm

5:00-5:50pm Discussion Groups

6:00-7:20pm Dinner, MacKay Dining Hall

Film Viewing, 7:30-8:50pm Theologians Under Hitler (64 mins; 2005)

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18

Plenary Session 5, 9:00-10:20am After Barth: A Christian Appreciation of Jews and Judaism George Hunsinger, Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary

10:30-11:50am Concluding Panel



12:30-1:20pm Lunch, MacKay Dining Hall