Academic Symposium 2023
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RCSA Academic Symposium
Friday, March 17 | 10 am–4 pm
The Academic Symposium is an annual, day-long conference hosted by the Regent College Student Association which showcases research by current Regent students.
The day will feature two sessions, in which students from across a range of disciplines will prepare eight presentations that showcase their research in fields as diverse as biblical studies, theology (including spiritual, doctrinal, and applied), interdisciplinary studies, World Christianity, and Christianity of the arts.
Each session will close with a response from faculty and a Q&A time when students will field questions from the audience.
10 am–12:30 pm Morning Session
10 am: Carmen Hixson (INDS) “Hunting For Food: A Broken And Beautiful Connection To Land”
10:25 am: Liam Marsh (THEO) “Bulgakov On The Finality Of Satan”
*10:50 am: Short Break*
11 am: John Doyle (INDS) “The Devil’s Screwdriver: The Eversore Rhetoric of Trumpism”
11:25 am: Christina Hubbard (ARTS) “Humility for the Artist–Leader”
11:50 am: Faculty Response/Q&A
12:30 pm: Lunch
1–3:30 pm Afternoon Session
1 pm: Joseph Sun (Sun Xiaoyu, INDS) “Lamentating High Sparrow: A Cultural Hermeneutics Case Study”
1:25 pm: Hannah Hawksbee (WRLD) “In Our Suffering: Jesus to African and Latin American Women”
*1:50 pm: Short Break*
2 pm: Parker Arnold (BIBL/THEO) “To Cancel Or Not To Cancel: Examining Biblical Obligations For Christians When Their Distant Neighbours Fail Morally”
2:25 pm Samuel Pang (BIBL) “The God-Ordained Divine Helper in 1 Timothy 2:12-15”
2:50 pm: Faculty Response/Q&A
3:30 pm: Conclusion
For full details on the Academic Symposium, and to view presenter bios and topic synopses, visit http://rcsa.regent-college.edu/symposium.
To attend the Academic Symposium, click the link on the Weekly Announcements email or email [email protected] if you don't have access to the weekly emails.
Paid parking available at Regent College and UBC