Amy Carr, the chair of the Theology Section at Midwest AAR, did some great work combining our proposal with a paper from Thomas Bridges, who is a doctoral student at Marquette and contributes to An und für sich. Samuel Chambers of Vanderbilt University will be responding to the three papers. Unfortunately, Tanner will be attending another conference on the weekend in question, so we weren't able to secure her as a respondent.
Here is the schedule for our panel (I don't know about Nathan, but I imagine I'll change my paper title to something more descriptive once I've formed a response to Christ the Key and know better what direction I'll be taking things):
Kathryn Tanner and Mark C. Taylor on the Incarnation
Session 3:4, Saturday, March 27, 10:20-12:15
Chair: Amy Carr, Western Illinois University
Evan Kuehn, Wheaton College and the University of Chicago
A Perspective on Kathryn Tanner’s Christ the Key, Part I
Nathan Crawford, Loyola University-Chicago and Indiana Wesleyan University
A Perspective on Kathryn Tanner’s Christ the Key, Part II
Thomas Bridges, Marquette University
Christology after the Death of God: Incarnation and the Rise of Secularism
Respondent: Samuel Chambers
I imagine that our session will be one of the first conference discussions on Tanner's lectures. The Christian Theology section for AAR 2010 in Atlanta will likely also feature a panel on the book, and more treatments will surely come up over the next year or two. I look forward to meeting the other presenters in person, and I hope that others in the region can attend. If you're interested in doing so, you should order Tanner's book now, as it has just been published and the delivery process is a bit slow (my copy is on the way, or so I'm told). You may also want to check out Mark C. Taylor's After God, although Thomas can correct me if there's a better text to look at in preparation for his paper.
You can find the full schedule for the conference here. Registration is here.