Asbury Wesleyan Studies Summer 2011 Seminar

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Tuesday 12 October 2010 4:08 pm

Asbury Theological Seminary and Asbury University have recently announced their first annual Wesleyan Studies Summer Seminar to be held June 2011.  This seminar is being established to develop and support research, writing and publication in the broad field of Wesleyan studies. The seminar will promote the work of serious researchers in the following ways:\r\n

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  • Making the scholarly resources of Asbury Seminary and Asbury University available to each participant.
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  • Fostering dialog between researchers and the faculty of Asbury Seminary and University who have expertise in the researcher’s field.
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  • Creating an environment for conversation, study and networking among scholars in the field of Wesleyan studies.
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\r\nThere are no tuition charges for the seminars, and participants will have  access with full privileges  not only to the B.L. Fisher and Kinlaw  libraries  (including significant electronic databases)  but also to their special collection holdings in Wesleyan and Methodist studies.  The staff of the Wesleyan Studies Summer Seminar will also help to make arrangements for free housing at the Asbury Inn for each participant throughout the seminar.  ATS will pay the airfare for international researchers. Beyond this, all other personal expenses (travel and food for example) will be the responsibility of the researchers, though the seminar will provide a common meal on the evening of each seminar.\r\n\r\nYou can check out our  website at the following address for more information:  http://www.asburyseminary.edu/wesleyan-studies

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