Just a reminder: Our inaugural symposium at Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary is coming up on September 30 – October 1, 2011. More information is available at a web page set up by Princeton’s Florovsky Society.
Thanks to some additional funding, we’ve been able to cut the registration fees even further. Early bird registration is open until August 15.
Also, we’ve issued a call for papers:
The Society for Orthodox Christian History in the Americas is pleased to be co-sponsoring the first American Orthodox historical symposium at Princeton Seminary. The theme for this first symposium is Orthodox Pilgrims and Pioneers. If you are interested in presenting a paper (approximately twenty minutes in length) for the symposium, please submit an abstract of no more than 300 words to Fr. Oliver Herbel at froliverherbel [at] cableone [dot] net by June 1. Abstracts should have a clear thesis and demonstrate the author’s knowledge of the relevant sources. All papers will be considered for publication in the new, forthcoming, peer reviewed annual e-journal, Journal of American Orthodox Church History, for the 2012 volume.
For more information, you can email Fr. Oliver at the above address, or contact Princeton Theological Seminary at firstname.lastname@example.org.