Mystical Experiences: Past and Present

Mystical Experiences: Past and Present

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The conference of the Religious Experience Research Centre takes place in the Cliff Tucker Lecture Theatre in Lampeter and streamed online

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Mystical Experiences: Past and Present

The 2022 Conference of the Religious Experience Research Centre

Supported by the Alister Hardy Trust and The Learned Society of Wales

9 July 2022, in the Cliff Tucker Theatre, Lampeter

(also streamed online)

Keynote: Prof Rowan D. Williams, Baron Williams of Oystermouth, PC, FBA, FRSL, FLSW, former Archbishop of Wales and 104th Archbishop of Canterbury

The Soul and the Trinity in Julian of Norwich

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Programme

The full programme with abstracts can be downloaded on this site: https://uwtsd.ac.uk/media/uwtsd-website/content-assets/documents/library-and-learning-resources/ahrerc/RERC-2022-Programme.pdf

-10 a.m.-

Welcome

Prof Bettina Schmidt, Director of the Religious Experience Research Centre

Prof Medwin Hughes, Vice Chancellor of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Prof John Harper, Vice Chair of the Alister Hardy Trust

-10.20 a.m.-

The Alister Hardy Lampeter Lecture

Prof Rowan Williams, University of Cambridge

The Soul and the Trinity in Julian of Norwich

with Q&A session

-11.40 a.m.-

Prof Lisa Isherwood, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Margery Kempe: God's wild housewife!

-12.30 – 2.00 p.m.- LUNCH BREAK

-2.00 – 4.30 p.m.-

Prof Ron Geaves, Cardiff University

The “Inmost Heart” of Islam

Prof Marta Helena de Freitas, Catholic University of Brasilia - UCB

Brazilian psychotherapists' narratives about mystical experiences in clinical contexts

Prof Bettina Schmidt, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Rudolf Otto and a reflection on mystical experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic

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