15 Communications from the General Secretary Having an Executive Committee meeting in January in central or northern Europe can be an wintry and cold affair. But in spite of icy weather - the first full-fledged Executive Committee meeting after the Buenos Aires Conference, taking place in January at Selly Oak Colleges in Birmingham - was a pleasant and constructive one. There were quite a number of issues to deal with, from the evaluation of the Buenos Aires Conference to reflections on the possible agenda and date of the next Conference; and in between these two items we had to wrestle with questions about the future of our journal for which we had to find a new editor, the review of the project work, the financial situation of IAMS and much work on redefining the nature and objectives of the Association. From among the various issues we dealt with I would like to report at least on a few in a little more detail. , 1. One of the most pressing tasks was the reflection on the future of MISSION STUDIES. The sudden and untimely death of our editor, Prof Horst Rzepkowski SVD, meant a great loss for the
Mission Studies – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1997
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