November 11 marked the 200th anniversary of Dostoyevsky's birth. The tragic Christianity of his great novels won him the support of some readers and the suspicion of others. But the events that marked the 20th century and the development of Western culture have proved him right. As a result, his work influenced some of the leading theologians of the 20th century, and his characters and stories still allow access to the depths of the human soul and provide light for orientation in the existential void.
This workshop aims to bring Dostoyevsky's lights closer to today's challenges.
10.30 presentation of the workshop
Pablo Blanco, Professor of Dogmatic Theology
10.45 The Polyphonic Character of Dostoyevsky's Narrative
Mónica Codina, Lecturer, School de speech
11.15 F. Dostoyevsky, Christian and Theologian
Juan Luis Lorda, Full Professor of Dogmatic Theology
12.15 Dostoyevsky, misery and redemption: a rereading
Gabriel Insausti, Senior Associate Professor of Contemporary Literature