Rome and Jerusalem, 2023- 2025
The European University of Rome proposes and organizes a a three-year “journey” of conferences and study days on the theme of Hope.
The conference activities will aim to highlight the practical implications of Hope in the economic and legal fields, emphasizing the concrete and tangible social repercussions of a specific mode of “action” – agere sequitur esse – based on the perspectives that will emerge from this three-year path of studies and reflections.
The scientific objective is to define the different ideas of Hope that emerged in the path of European culture, even including the concepts of: future, progress, innovation, scenario, projection, models of future, expectation, desire, salvation.
On this basis, any declinations within the different disciplinary areas will be outlined.
What needs for Hope and of future arise in the different scientific areas? What answers and what readings of the future are elaborated in the individual disciplines? What idea of the human being and society is emerging?
The research project is promoted in view of the Jubilee of 2025, dedicated the theme of Hope, and is focused on the Homo Viator and on the contemporary walking society, assuming that the human condition is based on change and that the future is an open challenge.
The program have been inserted in the plan of initiatives of CRUI (Conference of Rectors of Italian Universities) for the Jubilee Year and is officially participated by Vicariatus Urbis Romae, Fuce (European Federation of Catholic Universities), FIUC (Fédération Internationale des Universités Catholiques), and RIU (Red de Universidades Anàhuac).
We welcome proposals for lectures and sessions on the topics listed below. Additional topics will be received gladly.
The conferences are intended for researchers and professors in all disciplines.
Lecture proposals should include the title of the lecture, an abstract of no more than 300 words and the speaker’s details (name, academic affiliation, email address), indicating also the year and the conference.
Proposals for sessions should include the title of the session, three lectures, the lectures’ abstracts and details of the chair, the speakers, and the organizers.
Please submit proposals by October 1, 2023 to the following addresses: