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CFH Biennial Fall Conference Series

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The Conference on Faith and History holds two biennial conferences in the fall of even-numbered years, with an undergraduate research conference followed by the regular biennial conference. Our next conference will be held at Pepperdine University in California, September 24-27, 2014. For more information on the 2014 conferences, see the announcements page here. You can find 2014 conference local arrangements information here and the draft program for the regular conference here.

CFH Biennial Fall Conference Archives, 1998-present

21st Fall CFH Conference
1998 Biennial Fall Meeting
David Lipscomb University
Nashville, TN
September 24-26, 1998

22nd Fall CFH Conference
2000 Biennial Fall Meeting
Point Loma Nazarene University
Point Loma, CA
October 19-21, 2000

For an extensive report on the conference, see Vol. 5 (2000), Nr. 2 of the CFH Newsletter.

For the full text of Bill Trollinger's Presidential address at the 2000 conference, check here.

23nd Fall CFH Conferences 
2002 Biennial Fall Meeting
Huntington College
Huntington, IN
October 10-12, 2002

For an extensive report on the conference, see Vol. 7 (2003), Nr. 2 of the CFH Newsletter.

For the program of our first ever Biennial Student Research Conference, check here.

Some of the local attractions available for conference fun-seekers can be seen here.

24th Fall CFH Conference
Hope College
Holland, MI
October 13-16, 2004

Some 50 students joined some 150 faculty and others for the two conferences. Our thanks to program organizers, Jay Green (Covenant College), John Fea (Messiah College), and Eric Miller (Geneva College), as well as local arrangements chair, Fred Johnson (Hope College).

For the 2004 Student Research Conference program, check here.

For the 2004 24th Biennial CFH Fall Conference program, check here.

25th Fall CFH Conference
Oklahoma Baptist University 
Shawnee, OK
20-23, 2006
Over 200 participants made the trek to Oklahoma. The final program for both the CFH Undergraduate Conference, 20-21 September, and the CFH Professional Conference, 21-23 September is archived as a pdf file here.

26th Fall CFH Conference
Bluffton University
Bluffton, OH
September 17-20, 2008
214 participants from 89 different colleges, universities, and organizations, and representing 31 states and Canada converged on Bluffton OH for our two conferences under the theme "World History and History that Changed the World".. Program organizers were Barry Hankins (Baylor University), general program chair; Beth Allison Barr (Baylor University), undergraduate conference chair; and Local Arrangements, Perry Bush and Susan Collier. We had wonderful fall days and a warm welcome. Thanks to all.

Both of the 2008 conference programs are available here as a pdf file.

27th Fall CFH Conference
George Fox University
Newberg, OR
October 6-9
The theme for the George Fox conference was "The Search for Peace, Justice, and Equality". (For a copy of the Conference Poster check here.) Caitlyn Corning was Local Arrangements chair, Tracy McKenzie (Wheaton College) was Program Chair, and David Marley (Vanguard University) was Student Research Conference chair.

The program for the student research conference is here; that for the Biennial CFH Conference is here. The conferences nuts and bolts page is here.

28th Fall CFH Conference
Gordon College
Wenham MA
October 3-6, 2012

The theme for the 2012 biennial meeting was "Cultural Change and Adaptation." There were about 200 participants. John Wigger (University of Missouri) was general conference chair, Jared Burkholder (Grace College) was student conference chair, and Jennifer Hevelone-Harper (Gordon College) handled local arrangements. The PROGRAM for the Student Conference is available here. You can download a pdf file of the BIENNIAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM here. >Local arrangements materials for the conference are archived here.


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