A Contemplation of Worlds - The 2022 National Conference Virtual Ticket
Virtual Attendance registration is now open!!
For the second time, we are now offering the opportunity to register for a portion of the National Conference in an all-virtual format, produced by Roman Roads Press!
Registrants will be able to listen to 14 sessions over three days, beginning the morning of Thursday, July 14, and concluding around lunchtime on Saturday, July 16. Along with access to these sessions, registrants to the online offering will also receive recordings of these talks at no extra cost.
Speakers include: Andrew Kern, Dr. Matthew Bianco, John Hodges, Christopher Perrin, Jessica Hooten Wilson, Dr. Anika Prather, Andrew Pudewa, Wes Callihan, Andrea Lipinski, Christine Perrin, Tim McIntosh, Greg Wilber, Justin Jackson, Joshua Gibbs, and Nena Harris!
Watch a video from last year's conference: CLICK HERE
What do I receive as a registrant?
Registrants to the virtual portion of the conference receive access to all the sessions held in Carolina Ballroom, the room where our general sessions take place. This totals:
6 plenary (keynote) sessions
5 breakout sessions
The poetic knowledge panel
Closing remarks by Andrew Kern
Virtual Registrants will also receive recordings of all the streamed sessions via email after the conference
How do I access the live stream?
Upon registering you will receive an automated email from the CiRCE Institute containing your access link and password.
We hope that this option enables more people to dig deeply into the purpose, essence, and practice of Christian classical education.
If you have any questions please let us know. You can contact us via: [email protected]
Here are the talks that we will be streaming:
Thursday, July 14:
8:30 - 9:45am: PLENARY I - Andrew Kern - A Contemplation of Worlds
10:15 - 11:30am: PILLAR I - John Hodges - There are Worlds and There Are Worlds
12:00 - 1:00pm: BREAKOUT SESSION A - Wes Callihan - Homer's Readers Through the Ages
2:30 - 3:30pm: BREAKOUT SESSION B - Dr. Jessica Hooten Wilson - How to Read Like a Woman: Julian of Norwich's Hermeneutics
4:00 - 5:00pm: Poetic Knowledge Panel - Andrew Kern, Christine Perrin, Tim McIntosh
Friday, July 15:
8:30 - 9:45am: PLENARY II - Dr. Matthew Bianco - Two Literary Worlds
10:15 - 11:30am: PILLAR II - Dr. Justin Jackson - The Cosmic Mystery of Christ:Imagining Atonement in Medieval Poetry
12:00 - 1:00pm: Breakout Session C - Dr. Anika Prather - Narrative of Hope: How Classical Education Helped African Americans Find Their Place in America's Story
2:30 - 3:30pm: Breakout Session D - Joshua Gibbs - The World to Me: Against Headship, Complementarianism, and Every Other Prevailing Theory of Marriage
4:00 - 5:00pm: Breakout Session E - Andrew Pudewa - Preparing for Persecution: Defining Identity in a Very Confused World
Saturday, July 16:
8:30 - 9:45am: PLENARY III - Andrea Lipinski - Once Upon a Time: The World of Fairy Tales
10:00 - 11:00am: PLENARY IV - Chris Perrin - The Logos in the World and Word
11:30 - 12:30pm: Q&A Panel - Andrew Kern, Chris Perrin, Greg Wilbur, Andrea Lipinski, Nena Harris
12:30pm: Closing Remarks - Andrew Kern