Thanks to Jared at Juvenille Instructor and Terryl Givens for posting the information:
As one of the participants I repost the information and urge everyone that can to attend. I will be speaking about the fall of the earth, its plan of salvation and the role of Zion in reclaiming paradisical glory.
Program for the Mormon Scholars Foundation Summer Seminar Symposium, July 8, 2010
The Mormon Scholars Foundation Summer Seminar, hosted by the Neal A. Maxwell Institute, under the direction of Richard Bushman and taught by Terryl Givens, will present the quasi-annual MSF Symposium.
Date: Thursday, July 8.
Location: Auditorium of the McKay Building, BYU Campus
Time: 9:30-12:00 and 2:00-4:30
Symposium Theme: The Foundations of Mormon Theology
Ten seminar students from around the country will present the results of their research into the formative years of LDS theology. Presented topics will range from Eliza Snow’s theological poetry to racial amalgamation in early LDS thought to Joseph Smith’s appropriation of Johannine language. A ten minute Q&A will follow each 20 minute presentation. The public and BYU community are cordially invited.
9:30 Amanda Hendrix-Komoto
10:00 Dallin Lewis
10:30 Jared Tamez
11:00 Justin White
11:30 Daniel Ortner
2:00 Dave Golding
2:30 Elizabeth Pinborough
3:00 Jacob Rennaker
3:30 Blair Hodges
4:00 Nick Frederick