We continue the new series inaugurated last year of IOCS PhD Seminars which highlight some of the doctoral research projects currently in development at IOCS. This year’s first PhD Seminar will be presented by our doctoral student Jeremy N. Ingpen on the topic of ‘The Symbolic Structure of Olivier Clément’s Thought’, 5 May 2022 / 6-7pm BST. This Zoom event will be chaired by Dr Elizabeth Theokritoff (Associate Lecturer IOCS).
Jeremy’s research at IOCS is being supervised by Dr Elizabeth Theokritoff (Associate Lecturer IOCS) and Dr Pantelis Kalaitzidis (Director of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, Greece).
The Zoom link for the event is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4199847413
After a career in management consulting and affordable housing, Jeremy N. Ingpen (BA, Oxford, Modern History; MA, Reading, European Studies) started translating the work of French Orthodox theologian Olivier Clément in 2013. His translations include Clément’s Transfiguring Time, 2019, Michel Evdokimov’s Two Martyrs in a Godless World, 2021, and Clément’s Dialogues with Patriarch Athenagoras, 2022. He is pursuing a post-career doctorate on the life work of Olivier Clément, with the working title The Face is the Prophecy of the Kingdom: an introduction to the work of Olivier Clément.