Important Information for Parking Friday 9/29

Because there will be a Duke football game starting at the same time as the keynote address, parking may take more time than usual. Please be sure to allow for more transit time.

The Bryan Center Parking Garage will be open to guests. Here is information from Parking Services about how to access the garage during football traffic:

Come down Science Drive from Cameron Blvd or Erwin Rd to Towerview. Traffic control will be alerted that there is an event at the Divinity School. The only access that will be blocked is from Duke University Rd and Towerview. (see map here.)

Register for the 2017 Conference

Please register here [registration now closed].  The $15 registration fee includes access to conference panels, dinner on Friday, and breakfast and lunch on Saturday. The keynote lecture is free and open to the public. Registration will be open until Tuesday, September 26.

With registration, there is also an opportunity to purchase parking vouchers to the Research Drive Garage (near the intersection with Erwin Road) for $9 per day. Parking vouchers are recommended, as parking can be quite difficult on Duke’s campus.

2017 Duke Graduate Conference in Theology

The fifth annual Duke Graduate Conference in Theology (#DGCT2017) will be held at Duke University on September 29–30, 2017. The theme for the conference is “The Use and Abuse of History for Theology

Professor David Bentley Hart will be delivering the keynote address.

The DGCT provides an annual forum for graduate students from Duke and other institutions to engage with each other and leading thinkers in their fields in order to promote and foster friendships and the exchange of ideas among those studying the various disciplines that constitute theological knowledge.

Questions can be directed to DGCT@duke.edu.

Register for the 2016 Conference

Please register here.  The $15 registration fee includes access to conference panels, keynote lecture, dinner on Friday, and breakfast and lunch on Saturday.

With registration, there is also an opportunity to purchase parking vouchers to the Research Drive Garage (near the intersection with Erwin Road) for $9 per day. Parking vouchers are recommended, as parking can be quite difficult on Duke’s campus.

About the Duke Graduate Conference in Theology

 

The fourth annual Duke Graduate Conference in Theology (#DGCT2016) will be held at Duke University on 30 September – 1 October, 2016. The theme for the conference is “Embodiment and Christian Practice.”

The DGCT provides an annual forum for graduate students from Duke and other institutions to engage with each other and leading thinkers in their fields in order to promote and foster friendships and the exchange of ideas among those studying the various disciplines that constitute theological knowledge.

Questions can be directed to DukeGCT16@gmail.com.