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Conference program

Monday August 26

 

 

14.00-15.45 Registration

 

 

16.00-17.30 (Foyer)

 

16.00 Opening (Auditorium 1)

16.30-17.30 Opening lecture

Chair: Anders-Christian Jacobsen

            Bernard Pouderon: La réception d’Origène à la Renaissance: pour une typologie                                                                                                                                       

 

18.30-19.30: Concert in the Cathedral of Aarhus

 

 

20.00 Dinner

 

Tuesday August 27

 

 

09.00-10.00 Morning Lecture (Auditorium 1)

Chair: Troels Nørager

Ilaria Ramelli:  

The reception of Origen's thoughts in Western theological and philosophical traditions. 

 

 

10.00-10.20 Coffee Break

 

 

10.20-11.20 Lecture session

 

Auditorium 1

Chair: Hugo Lundhaug

Auditorium 2

Chair: Andrea Villani

Mark Elliot: Tracing the Romans commentary of Origen in Abelard’s: appearance and reality

Karla Pollmann: The Broken Perfume-Flask: Origen’s Legacy in Two Case-Studies 

 

11.30 – 12.30 Lecture session

 

Auditorium 1

Chair: Sebastian Weigert

Auditorium 2

Chair: Marie Odile Boulnois

Auditorium 3

Chair: Uta Heil

Theo Kobusch: Die Univozität des Moralischen. Die Wirkung des Origenes in Deismus und AufklärungAbstracts

Georgios Skaltsas: La question de l’extase mystique chez Origène et Grégoire de Nysse

Anders-Christian Jacobsen:
The reception of Origen’s ideas about universal salvation in Danish theology and literature in the 19th century 

 

12.30-14.00 Lunch

 

 

14.00-16.40 Workshop session

 

14.00-16.40 Workshop session

 

 

14.00-15.00 Paper session

Auditorium 1

Chair: Carmen Cvetkovic

Auditorium 2

Chair: Blossom Stefaniw

1441-010

Chair: Peter W. Martens

1441-110

Chair: Patricia Ciner

                 

 

Volker Henning Drecoll

and

Uta Heil:

Origen and Augustine

 

 

Hugo Lundhaug:  Origenist Monks and the Nag

Hammadi Codices

 

and

 

Lance Jenott: “Evagrius Ponticus and the Books from Nag Hammadi: Sources of the Anthropomorphic Controversy in Fifth- Century Egypt

 

and

 

René Falkenberg:

Comforting Rheginos – Origenism in Treatise on the Resurrection (NHC I,4)



Vlad Niculescu: Taking the Bible at Its Word(s)

Maria Munkholt: Origen, Gregory of Nyssa and the fatherhood of “Our Father

Vít Husek:Origen, Paul Ricoeur and the Absence of Literal Meaning

Anna Usacheva: Mystical identity of an exegete i.d. a perfect Christian

 

15.00-15.20 Coffee break

 

 

15.20-16.20 Paper session

 

1441-010

Chair: Nick Marshall

1441-110

Chair: Eirini Artemi

Patricia Ciner: Origen and the exegesis of the different manuscripts of the Gospel of John

Ilaria Vigorelli: Schesis in Origen

Domenico Pazzini:  SAMARITANA (Gv. 4):  ORIGENE / BULTMANN

AbstractsPetr Mikhaylov:  Mystery of History in Origen

 

16.20-16.40 Coffee break

 

 

16.40-17.40 Paper session

 

Auditorium 2

Chair: Tobias Georges

1441-010

Chair: Franz Xaver 

1441-110

Chair: Maria Munkholt

1441-120

Chair: Mark Eliot

Paul Hartog: To Flee or Not to Flee:  The Use of Matthew 10:23

 

Andrea Villani: Leo Allatius: editor, translator and commentator of Origen’s Homily on the Witch of Endor

Margaret A. Schatkin: The Origenism of St. John Chrysostom in the West from St. Jerome to the Present

Andrew Selby: The Athlete and the Squire: Origen and Kierkegaard on Christian Suffering

Thomas E. Hunt:  Speechlessness in Jerome’s translation of Origen’s Homilies on Luke

Paul B. Decock: The Reception of Origen in the Sermons of Bernard of Clairvaux on the Song of Songs

Filip Outrata:  Freedom of the will in Julian of Aeclanum and possible Origenian influences

Jakob Engberg: Origen in Danish (church) historiography ca. 1900 to 2012

17.45 Reception, Mohr Siebeck (Foyer)

All attendants are cordially invited by Mohr Siebeck to a reception

on the occasion of the presentation of the first volume of the new edition of

Antike christliche Apokryphen in deutscher Übersetzung

 

19.00-21.00 Dinner

 

Wednesday August 28

 

 

9.00-10.00 Morning lecture (Auditorium 1)

Chair: Else Marie Wiberg Pedersen

Andrew Louth:

The reception of Origen's thoughts in Western religious experience / mysticism 

 

10.00-10.20 Coffee Break

 

 

10.20-11.20  Lecture session

 

Auditorium 1

Chair: Fabio Dalpra

Auditorium 2

Chair: Jakob Engberg

Görgy Heidl:

Origen, Hyppolitus and the Mysticism of St. Ambrose

 Monica Tobon:

From Evagrian Prayer to Centering Prayer

 

11.30 – 12.30 Lecture session

 

Auditorium 1

Chair: Samuel Fernandez

Auditorium 2

Chair: Lucian Dinca

Eirini Artemi:

The influence of Origen on John Scotus Erigena

 

Marie-Odile Boulnois:

La bouchée de Judas, d'Origène à Guibert de Nogent

 

Wednesday afternoon: Lunch, excursion, and dinner

Royal Jelling. The Jelling of the Viking Kings

 

Thursday August 29

 

 

09.00-10.00 Morning Lecture (Auditorium 1)

Chair: Peter Lodberg

Christoph Markschies:  

The reception and transformation of Origen's works in modern editions and translations: Some comparative views on Editions in Britain, France, Italy and Germany.    

  

 

10.00-10.20 Coffee Break

 

 

10.20-11.20 Lecture session

 

Auditorium 1

Chair: Emanuela Prinzivalli

Auditorium 2

Chair: Rene Falkenberg

Auditorium 3

Chair Marco Rizzi

Franz Xaver Risch: Zur lateinischen Rezeption der Scholia in Psalmos von Origenes

Blossom Stefaniw: Noetic Exegesis: Origen, asceticism, and anti-foundationalist hermeneutics

Pier Franco Beatrice: The Apostolic Writings in Heracleon’s “Hypomnemata” 

 

11.30 – 12.30 Lecture session

 

Auditorium 1

Chair: Karla Pollmann

Auditorium 2

Chair: Robert Somos

Auditorium 3

Chair: Tom Duncan

Peter W. Martens
Origen’s Biblical Scholarship: its Modern Receptions
Elena Rapetti / Marco Rizzi: The French 17th century debates on Origen's biography Gerald Bostock: Origen and Celtic Christianity

 

12.30-14.00 Lunch

 

 

14.00-17.40 Workshop session

 

 

14.00-16.20 Workshop session

 

 

14.00-15.00 Paper session

Auditorium 1

Chair: Judith Kovacs

Auditorium 2

Chair: Alfons Fürst

1441-010

Chair: Olga Nesterova 

1441-110

Chair: Görgy Heidl

 

Cordula Bandt:  The reception of Origen’s Homilies on Psalms in the Psalm Catenae

 

and

 

Lorenzo Perrone:

The find of the Munich Codex: A Collection of 29 Homilies of Origen on the Psalms

 

and

 

Antonio Cacciari:

From Tura to München. Seventy years of Origenian discoveries

 

and

 

Emanuela Prinzivalli: Rufinus and Jerome as translators of Origen

 

and 

 

Barbara Villani: Zu den Auszügen der Psalmenhomilien des Origenes  in der Bibliotheca Gallandiana

 

Samuel Fernandes: Towards a new critical edition of De principiis

 

 

 

And

 

Andrew Harmon:  Motion, Education, and Care: Free Will in Origen’s Peri Archon

 

Miriam Adan Jones: Origen as Author? Exegetical borrowings… in Gregory the Great's Expositio in Canticum Canticorum

Lenka Karfiková:  Origen and Augustine: Nature accomplished through the Will

 

Marcin Wysocki:  ESCHATOLOGICAL ASPECTS IN THE INTERPRETATIONS OF ISRAELITES’ WILDERNESS WANDERINGS.

Augustine Marie Reisenauer: Augustine Gathering the Cosmic Person Origen Scatters

 

 

15.00-15.20 Coffee break

 

 

15.20-16.20 Paper session     

                          

1441-010

Chair: Monica Tobon

1441-110

Chair: Anna Usacheva

Jane Schatkin Hettrick: Musical Treatment of the Text Sub tuum praesidium in Connection with Marian Worship in Viennese Liturgy Vladimir Cvetkovic: Maximus the Confessor’s Reading of Origen between Origenism and Anti-Origenism
 Christos Synodios:  The Impact of the Origenist Controversy in an Instance of Pastoral Pronoia in Sixth Century Gaul AbstractsOvanes Akopyan: In Defence of Origen: Pico della Mirandola’s Apology and The Culture of Self-Representation in Renaissance Italy

 

16.20-16.40 Coffee break

 

 

16.40-17.40 Paper session

 

1441-010

Chair: Søren Søndergaard

1441-110

Chair:

Andrew Selby:  Ambrose and Origen on the Holy Spirit in the Gospel of Luke John Gavin: “Nothing is liable to destruction”: John Scottus Eriugena’s use of an Origenian Principle
Giulio Maspero:  The logos in us and the Logos in the Principle Tobias Georges: “Summus Christianorum philosophorum” – Origen as Christian philosopher in Peter Abelard

 

19.00-21.00 Dinner

 

Friday August 30

 

 

8.30-9.30  Paper session

 

1441-010

Chair: Vladimir Cvetkovic

1441-110

Chair:

1441-210

Chair: Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony 

 Olga Alieva: Origen's protreptics to philosophy: the testimony of St. Gregory Thaumaturgus in the Oratio Panegyrica, VI

Kellen Plaxco:  Didymus the Blind’s Reception of Origen on ‘Participation’

Lucian Dinca: La reception d'Origene par Athanase dans la defence de l'homooussion niceen

 Róbert Somos: The question of the innate ideas in Origen

Bogna Kosmulska:  Photius on Maximus the Confessor

Olga Nesterova: La corbeille de Moïse chez Grégoire d’Elvire et chez Origène

 

9.40-10.40  Paper session

 

1441-010

Chair: Niels Arne Pedersen

1441-110

Chair: Cordula Bandt

1441-210

Chair: Barbara Villani

Joseph Trigg: The Oxford Movement 

Ercole Erculei: Origen´s presence in the philosophy of Giordano Bruno

             Roberta Franchi:  L'influenza di Origene nel De libero arbitrio e nel De creatis di Metodio d'Olimpo

Aleksey Kamenskikh:  Origen in Russian philosophy: from G.Skovoroda to N.Berdyaev

Jon F. Dechow: Origen’s Shadow over the Erasmus/Luther Debate, Part 2.

 Manabu Akiyama: Il significato misterioso della profezia nelle Omelie su Ezechiele di Gregorio Magno     

 

10.40-11.00 Coffee break

 

 

11.00-12.00 Lecture (Auditorium 1)

Chair: Lorenzo Perrone

Alfons Fürst:  Origen’s legacy to modern thinking about freedom and autonomy. 

 

12.00-13.00 Evaluation and next conference

 

 

13.00-14.00 Lunch