French philosopher, Claude Romano, returns to IRCI for May and June

Prizewinning French philosopher, Claude Romano, returns to ACU in May-June 2019 to continue his work in phenomenology and hermeneutics as a Professorial Fellow in the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry.

Professor Romano will lead seminars on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola, and work with ACU scholars on the project: Atheism and Christianity, Moving Past Polemic. He is also collaborating with Dr Richard Colledge from the School of Philosophy, in running the 2019 ACU Annual Heidegger Seminar and he will deliver a paper at the conference on Ricoeur's reading of Heidegger on ipseity. The theme for the Annual Heidegger Seminar this year is Heidegger and Contemporary French Philosophy, and it will take place on June 12-13 at ACU's Melbourne Campus.

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