In May, Joshua Furnal was invited to give a paper at Cambridge University for a conference entitled Kierkegaard in France, which was co-sponsored by the Faculty of Divinity and the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. The purpose of the conference was to explore the reception and influence of Kierkegaard in France to draw out more explicitly an important dimension to philosophical debates taking place in France today.
2 June 2021
Radboud FTR alumna and former CCS researcher, Dr. Ellen Boleij was recently invited to speak on the Dutch radio program Nieuws en Co.
25 November 2020
PhD candidate Jurijn Timon de Vos was interviewed recently by the Friesch Dagblad about his research with the Center for Catholic studies on the Catholic self-understanding of Radboud University.
16 November 2020
Dr. Ellen Boleij published the PhD research she conducted under the supervision of members of Radboud’s Center for Catholic Studies. Dr. Boleij’s new book is entitled Een draad in het weefsel (ISVW 2020), which examines the relation of policy, spirituality, and the philosophy of Hannah Arendt.
4 November 2020
In Spring 2021, Dr. Joshua Furnal will be a visiting Research Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies in Florence Italy. Furnal's project is entitled 'Building Trust in Europe' and examines the writings of Kierkegaard through the eyes of an Italian Thomist and Kierkegaard scholar, Cornelio Fabro.
7 September 2020
In a recent handbook on sustainable food systems, Dr. Elisabeth Hense and four other scholars have co-authored a chapter together entitled, ‘Caring Agricultural and Food Practices’ (Routledge 2021).
24 August 2020
The CCS celebrates the appointment of two alumni as professors within the Faculty: Thomas Quartier has been appointed as the Professor of Catholic Liturgy, the first of its kind in the Netherlands and Marc De Kesel has been appointed as an Extraordinary Professor of Theology, Mysticism, and Modernity.
29 June 2020
Recently, Dr. Elisabeth Hense was invited to the bishopric of Den Bosch to give a lecture about Titus Brandsma’s firm resistance in difficult times. She spoke about the various anchors that Titus Brandsma relied upon: his family, his broad social network, his societal position, and his deep faith in God.
26 February 2020
Prof. dr. Stephan van Erp, hoogleraar aan de Faculteit der Filosofie, Theologie en Religiewetenschappen vanwege de Edward Schillebeeckx Leerstoel met de leeropdracht sacramentele theologie, ecclesiologie en politieke theologie zal in een academische zitting op donderdag 4 juni 2020 om 15.45
26 February 2020
Recently, Dr. Elisabeth Hense has co-authored a sustainability report on Catholic parishes in the Netherlands, which has received support by Bishop de Korte and media coverage.Dr. Hense has also contributed an online publication of conference proceedings about the Nijmegen Titus Brandsma projectFinally, Dr. Hense gave a presentation at a conference in Rome about the meaning of contemplation in the works of the Flemish Carmelite Michael of St Augustine (1622-1684).
6 February 2020