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Investigating Victorian statutory reforms that affect religious organisations
Thursday, 19 September 2019, 12:30 pm–2:00 pm AEST
The Faculty of YTU are offering the following research seminars, all on Thursdays 12.30 – 2:00.
We begin at 12.30 with a BYO lunch and the paper begins at 1:00pm. These will be in the Study Centre Hall – the closest building to Bedford Street, Box Hill.
University of Divinity faculty and doctoral students are most welcome.
Parking is best via the Albion Rd entrance.
- 19 September Leonie Bird | Investigating Victorian statutory reforms that affect religious organisations
- 17 October Dr Ross Fishburn | Ecclesiology in the current context.
Leonie Bird is a barrister currently doing her PhD through YTU. She is investigating Victorian statutory reforms that affect religious organisations.
Her PhD research question concerns the vicarious liability of church organizations and is being supervised by Prof Keith Thompson (legal academic at Notre Dame University New South Wales) Prof Philip Hughes (social science researcher with the Christian Research Association) and Michael Kelly. The thesis also deals with some of the theological issues raised by the recent state legislation.
If you wish to attend please reply to YTU Admin (firstname.lastname@example.org)