Summer 2014 International Masonic Workshop

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    The first Summer International Masonic Workshop will be held in Athens, Greece, between Wednesday August 27th and Sunday August 31st 2014.

    The event is a unique opportunity for Freemasons around the world, as well as for anyone interested in Freemasonry, and their families to meet, get acquainted and discuss options and opinions on Freemasonry, while they enjoy a summer break next to an idyllic beach in Athens Riviera. Participants sharing an interest in the Craft will have the chance, in a casual laid-back atmosphere, to communicate, exchange ideas and thoughts, to see old friends and to make new ones.

    The aim of this Workshop is to provide an overview of the most recent topics concerning the Fraternity, such as the role of Freemasonry in the 21st century, Regularity, recognition and fraternal relations, Masonic research etc.

    The Workshop, which is not affiliated to any masonic or academic body, focuses to host important discussions, to present different perspectives in modern Freemasonry, to offer options for expression, to bridge the fields of tradition and research, to expose participants to new ideas, to create a transfer of knowledge.

    The organizers have established a list of panels, debates and round tables and have invited several distinguished guest speakers, who will deliver papers and lectures: John Belton, Dr. Ric Berman, Dr. Eveline Durie, Antti Talvitie, Dr. Anna Zarkada, etc. (more speakers will be announced over the forthcoming weeks, together with the complete Workshop agenda).

    The Summer 2014 International Masonic Workshop will hold two different types of speeches:
    Lectures during plenary sessions by the invited keynote speakers.
    Short presentations by the participants in the Workshop.

    Short presentations will be selected among unsolicited applications, especially from papers that focus on new material evidence, new interpretations of texts, or new interpretive paradigms.

    Indicative topics for papers and presentations
    Historical aspects of Freemasonry | Freemasonry and the Enlightenment | Freemasonry in the World: English, Irish, Scottish, Continental European, Scandinavian, American etc. | Masonic Rituals and Symbolism | Biographies | Masonic International Relations: Regularity, Inter-visitation, Recognition | Masonophobia | Research Lodges | Masonic Heritage: Museums, Libraries & Archives | Heraldic in Freemasonry | Ancient & Medieval Guilds | Fraternalism | Beyond the Craft Orders - Appendant Orders | Women Freemasons | Mixed, Co-Masonry | Revolutions and Freemasonry | Esoteric aspects of Freemasonry | Religion and Freemasonry | Freemasonry and new Technologies | Fine Arts and Freemasonry | Literature and Freemasonry | Freemasonry in Music | The Masonic Charity | Book Review

    The event will take place in Alexander Beach, a 4* hotel located in Anavyssos, in the Athens Riviera, in front of an idyllic blue flag awarded beach, 47km from the center of Athens, close to Sounion.
    Last renovated in 2013, Alexander Beach has evolved into a contemporary 4* beach resort offering high quality of services and facilities to its guests. It has modern air-conditioned rooms, all with sat-TV, Wi-Fi internet, fridge, radio, hairdryer, phone and balcony.

    The hotel offers unrivalled services and facilities including venues for successful meetings, an Olympic-size swimming pool, a pool and a beach bar, a restaurant and a taverna serving Greek and Mediterranean delicacies, a café, tennis courts, a mini market and a gift shop, a playground for children etc.

    Full pricing and registration details, as well as a variety of packages, including accommodation and hospitallity services, has been released at the Workshop's website.

    Summer 2014 International Masonic Workshop: www.masonic-events.org

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