A detailed programme can be downloaded here as soon as available.
The plenary lectures are:
Paul Blowers: "Playing Along with the Playful Logos: Theatrics and Dramatics in Patristic Writing and Biblical Interpretation"
Thomas Arentzen: "Early Christian Tree Behavior"
Johannes Brachtendorf: "Is Creation eternal? Augustine's Discussion with the Neoplatonists on Cosmic Time and the Age of the World"
Laetitia Ciccolini: "'Searching and finding': capitula, literary practices and the organisation of knowledge in Christian antiquity"
Matthew Crawford: "Assessing Opposition to Christological Dualism before 428: A Comparison of Leporius' Libellus Emendationis with Cyril's Eighth Festal Letter"
Mary Farag: "Re-evaluating Pachomius's Chronology and the Koinonia's Relationship to the Alexandrian Episcopate"
Daniel Galadza: "The Liturgical Reception of Patristic Texts: Hymns and Homilies for Holy Week”
Camille Gerzaguet: "A 'new' Church Father: Bishop Timotheus' letter on Easter. Five years after the editio princeps (Sources Chrétiennes 604)"
Uta Heil: "Confessing and Cursing. The Creed of Nicaea (325) between Theology and Magic"
Michel Libambu: "The Integration of the Trinitarian Paradigm into Ecology. An Application of Augustinian hermeneutics"
Rubén Peretó Rivas: "The Fathers of the Church in the reading of Michel Foucault"
Marco Rizzi: "The Book of Wisdom as a textbook for Hellenistic Jewish paideia"
Hajime Tanaka: Pro Libanio: John Chrysostom and the Antiochene sophist on the riots of 387"
Jack Tannous: "Testing the Spirits: Post-Apostolic Claims to Revelation and the Question of Religious Truth"
Chiara Tomassi: "Between Pagan and Christian, between East and West: the Three Kings in Patristic Literature"
Paul van Geest: "Church Fathers and the Market. The Interaction between Patristics and Economics"
Gillian Clark: "Commenting on the City of God"