7th December 2019: Meister Eckhart, Love & Justice 

Meister Eckhart, Love & Justice - A reflective day on Love & Eckhartian Spirituality, will be on Saturday, 7 December, 9:30am-4:00pm in Robinson College Chapel.  It will include brief talks, shared periods of silence, and discussion. Refreshments provided - Café on site or bring a packed lunch. Everyone welcome, pay as you feel (suggested donation £20, to support the work of the Eckhart Society).  Bookings can be taken via the Society website, or for more information please contact Ronald Haynes. You can see the poster for the event here

8th December 2018: Meister Eckhart & the Flowering of Love

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Meister Eckhart & the Flowering of Love - A reflective day on Love & Eckhartian Spirituality, will be on Saturday, 8 December, 9:30am-4:00pm in Robinson College Chapel.  It will include brief talks, shared periods of silence, and discussion. Refreshments provided - Café on site or bring a packed lunch. Everyone welcome, pay as you feel (suggested donation £20, to support the work of the Eckhart Society).  Bookings can be taken via the Society website, or for more information please contact Ronald Haynes.

22nd September 2018: Small Lights: Grace, Politics, Art (and Fireflies)

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This colloquium is a continuation of our previous gathering, during which we hope to explore small lights (such as fireflies) and grace. Discussions have ranged widely from Dante, Pasolini and Shakespeare, to John Piper, David Jones and the performance of Messiaen.

15th – 16th October 2016: Grace in Question: Art, Act & Awkwardness

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As our title for this colloquium indicates, we hope to put “grace” in question by putting it into action – not only in new artworks and performance effected with grace in mind, but also in our collaborative work of talking about it through such varied languages. That it cannot be defined is a given (which will be made clear through our consideration of its definitional evolution), but that it cannot be spoken about is also a convention that our conversation will put in question.