Our Faculty Sponsors
Professor Catherine Pickstock (University of Cambridge)
The Creative Team
Austin Stevenson (Web Design, Graphic Design, Videography)
Jesse Grenz (Videography)
Katherine Stevenson (Photography) →
New Trinitarian Ontologies Society Officers
Catherine Pickstock (Senior Treasurer)
Ryan Haecker (President)
Alexander Abecina (Vice-President)
Jonathan Lyonhart (Secretary)
Matthew Fell (Junior Treasurer)
Sebastian Milbank (Outreach Officer)
Austin Stevenson (Communications Officer)
Our Generous Sponsors
We are grateful to our three faculty sponsors, the University of Cambridge Faculty of Divinity, The Relational Ontology Research Centre at the Pontifical University della Santa Croce, and the Study Centre St. Nicholas for the Eastern Churches at the University of Fribourg. In addition, we would like to thank the six Cambridge colleges who have generously supported this conference: Peterhouse, Emmanuel College, St. John’s College, Queen’s College, Magdalene College, and St. Edmund’s College.
Accommodation for our Speakers & Guests
Peterhouse is the oldest of the Cambridge colleges, founded by Hugo de Balsham, Bishop of Ely in 1284 and granted its charter by King Edward I. The College has made its own distinctive contribution to society for over 700 years, surviving the Reformation, Civil War and the upheavals of every century since. It remains the smallest college in terms of number of Fellows and students, but as the late Noel Annan put it in his 1999 survey of the universities and society, this small College has always had "an intellectual influence … out of all proportion to [its] size".
Emmanuel College is one of the larger colleges of the University of Cambridge, embracing a community of around 500 undergraduate students; 150 graduate students; 90 Fellows and 150 College staff. The main college site occupies extensive grounds, sited in the centre of Cambridge and providing an environment for learning and living that is both beautiful and peaceful.