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  • Attention Princeton Seminary Alumni: you will need to access the Digital Karl Barth Library through a different path than you normally did in the past. Follow these instructions at this page: https://library.ptsem.edu/pts-alumni-ae
  • The 2017 American Academy of Religion Conference will take place in Boston, Massachusetts this year from November 17-21. Here are the papers that will discuss Barth’s life, theology, or politics: Friday, November 17th - 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM (Sheraton Boston-Back Bay B, Second Level): Karl Barth Society of North America Theme: Karl Barth and the Reformation Michael J. Root (Catholic University of America) - “Barth, the Reformation, and Roman Catholic Theology Today” Christoph Schwöbel (University of Tübingen) - “Karl Barth and Martin Luther” Saturday, November 18th - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Westin Copley Place - Independence B, Fourth Level): Karl Barth Society of North America Theme: “‘Keep Yourself to the Left’ - Barth’s Political Vision Today” Keith Johnson (Wheaton College) - “Barth’s Politics of Hope, Human Dignity in the Midst of Horrors” Raymond Carr (Pepperdine University) - “Barth, Cone, and the Prison Industrial Complex” Gillian C. Breckenridge (University of Virginia) - “Karl Barth and Michel Foucault on the Power/Knowledge of Sin and the Task of Theology” W. Travis McMaken (Lindenwood University) - “Helmut Gollwitzer: Forgotten Left-Wing Barthian” Responding: Andrea C. White (Union Theological Seminary) Saturday, November 18th - 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM (Sheraton Boston-Back Bay B, Second Level) Black Theology Unit Theme: Michelle Alexander and Walter Fluker: The Mystical-Prophetic in Black - A Special Look at Mass Incarceration and the Black Lives Matter Movement Gregory Williams (Duke University) - “Jewish Election and the Blackness of God: Reading Karl Barth on the Election of the Community in the Context of Mass Incarceration and #BlackLivesMatter Monday, November 20th - 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM (Sheraton Boston-Boston Common, Fifth Level) Bioethics and Religion Unit Theme: Vulnerability in the Manipulation of Life and Death Nikki Bailey (University of Oxford) - “Redeeming Creation? A Barthian Discussion of Human Genetic Modification as Treatment and/or Prevention”