Presentations given at Concordia University Wisconsin, October 2nd - 29th, 2002
Audio and video recordings of these presentations are available at http://cu-hearme.com/w500.htm.
Wednesday, Oct 2, Noon: Wittenberg's Classical Lutheran Curriculum
Dr. Susan Mobley (History Department, Concordia University Wisconsin) [On Melanchthonís synthesis of medieval scholasticism, Renaissance humanism, and Lutheran theology in the Wittenberg curriculum.]
Tuesday Oct. 8, Noon: Luther's Learning Strategies
Dr. Harald Tomesch (Theology Department, Concordia University Wisconsin) [On Lutherís pedagogy and teaching techniques in the Catechism and early Lutheran education.]
Tuesday, Oct. 15, Noon: The Chartering of Wittenberg
Dr. Robert Rosin (Concordia Seminary, St. Louis; editor of the new translation of The Book of Concord) [On the charter documents of the early Lutheran Universities.]
Tuesday Oct. 22, Noon: The Suppression of Wittenberg University
Dr. John Stephenson (St. Catherineís Lutheran Seminary, Ontario, Canada). [On the attacks on confessional Lutheranism at the university during the Prussian Union.]
Monday Oct. 28, 7:30pm: Panel Discussion on Lutheran Higher Education
Featuring Dr. Mark Edwards, retired president of St. Olaf University, as well as other presenters and Lutheran faculty.
Tuesday Oct. 29th, Noon: The Lutheran University Today,
Dr. Edwards [On the characteristics of Lutheran higher education and its current state.]
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