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Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Professor Richard Price on ‘Antioch versus Alexandria: a false antithesis?'




King's Patristic Seminar
 
Professor Richard Price (Heythrop College, London) is our next speaker on 16 June 2011 in the King's Patristic Seminar (Strand Campus, Room S.2.30) giving a paper on ‘Antioch versus Alexandria: a false antithesis?'
 
Richard Price is Professor of the History of Christianity, MA (Oxford), DPhil (Oxford), BD (London), MTh (London), and one of the best known Patristic scholars in the UK.

His recent publications include:
The Acts of the Council of Chalcedon. Translated with introduction and notes by Richard Price and Michael Gaddis. 3 vols (Liverpool University Press 2005, 2007, 2009).

Chalcedon in Context: Church Councils 400-700, edited by Richard Price and Mary Whitby (Liverpool University Press 2009).
The Acts of the Council of Constantinople of 553, with related texts on the Three Chapters Controversy. Translated with introduction and notes by Richard Price. 2 vols (Liverpool University Press 2009).
‘Theotokos: The Title and its Significance in Doctrine and Devotion’, in Sarah Boss, ed., Mary: The Complete Resource (Continuum 2007), 56-73.

‘Pastoral Theology: A Fruit of the Enlightenment’, Pastoral Review 3.3 (2007), 7-12.

‘The Holy Man and Christianization from the Apocryphal Apostles to St Stephen of Perm’, in Jonathan Shepard, ed., The Expansion of Orthodox Europe: Byzantium, the Balkans and Russia 1000-1500 (Ashgate 2007).
‘Martyrdom and the Cult of the Saints’, in D.G. Hunter and S.A. Harvey, eds, The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Studies (Oxford University Press, 2008), 808-25.   

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