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'Symposium on Orthodoxy *
> A first, graduate-level multidisciplinary symposium of educational
> character, is organised from the 23rd to the 25th of November, in King's
> College, in association with the Graduate Union, the support of the
> Institute of Orthodox Christian Studies and that of the CU Hellenic
> The symposium looks at the historical contribution of Orthodoxy and its
> current and future role and position. It also seeks to elucidate how and
> to what extent the Orthodox Christianity had acted as a constant for the
> stabilisation and the progress of human civilisation.
> Papers range from a variety of topics; from music, literature and
> aesthetics, to philosophy and modern sociology.
> To find out more visit:
> Note that an invitation was sent to his All Holiness Bartholomew,
> Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch.
> Registration is free but please try to register this week, on-line.
> A formal dinner (£20) will follow Friday's inaugural lecture, for which
> you need to register on time, to avoid disappointments (preferably
> Reduced rate for couples: £15 per person
> Children aged 2-12: £10
> Children aged under 2: Free
> Families £40
> Inaugural lecture (Friday): 19.00 (free entrance, come early to avoid
> Dinner: 20.15
> If you wish to assist the Organising Committee contact directly the
> president or any other member of the Organising Committee.
> On behalf of the Organising Committee,
> Konstantinos Oikonomou
> President of the Organising Committee'
> Razvan Porumb
> Graduate Assistant
> The Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies
> Wesley House, Jesus Lane
> Cambridge CB5 8BJ
> tel: 01223 741037