The annual Philosophy of Religion Conference at Claremont Graduate University has a long history of providing a place for philosophical conversation about important themes in the philosophy of religion. It was established by John Hick, who held the Danforth chair from 1979 to 1992, with a special emphasis on issues of inter-religious dialogue. D.Z. Phillips, Hick’s successor, carried on the conference from 1993 to 2006, focusing on contemporary issues.
Ingolf Dalferth was named the Danforth chair in 2007, and the following year opened up conference discussions between leading scholars in philosophy of religion, theology, and religious studies to include younger scholars and junior researchers as equal partners in the conversation.
February 6-8, 2020: “Autonomy, Diversity and the Common Good,” the 41st Annual Philosophy of Religion Conference.
The Udo Keller Stiftung Forum Humanum (Hamburg) has generously provided 10 conference grants ($2200 each) to enable doctoral students and new PhDs (not earlier than four years before the conference) to participate in the conference. The grant is meant to cover all expenses. Applications will be blind reviewed by an international committee of scholars. Recipients will be notified in October. Drafts of the papers are due mid-January.
The Claremont Annual Philosophy of Religion Conference has a long history of providing a place for philosophical conversation about important themes in the philosophy of religion. Many of these conferences have resulted in publication, which are available for purchase.