Conducted in seminar style, Readings in Liturgical Theology is based around primary texts. While the unit contextualises readings in the corpus of work of their authors, it is focused on intensive engagement with representative texts that mark focal figures’ major contributions to contemporary liturgical theology
map the field of contemporary liturgical studies with reference to its most significant figures
articulate the agenda and legacy of towards a dozen liturgical theologians
identify scholarly inter-relationships and mutual reception and development of the liturgical theologians’ work (with more detail at level 3 than level 2)
think critically about liturgical assembly with special reference to the works considered
This unit, requires as prerequisite the unit Liturgical Theology and Practice, or appropriate alternative.
Classroom only. Unsuitable for online. Seminar style with presentations.
Ritual survey, related to literature.
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 1 Aug, 2019
Unit Record last updated: 2020-02-04 16:52:39 +1100