Fully funded PhD studentship in the Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths, University of London, on the topic of ‘Prosperity Theology’.
A full ESRC funded studentship is available for 3 years for a PhD on the topic of ‘prosperity theology’ and the relationship between materiality and immateriality. The studentship provides a [...]
This five day Train the Trainer Workshop will run from October 27th 2013 to 1st November 2013 at the Multi-Faith Centre, Derby, UK.
It is an advanced course intended for experienced trainers in the field of anti-discrimination and diversity, which should be demonstrated for example by prior participation in the 5 day [...]
FAITH & FASHION. A new language for women’s interfaith dialogue Join us for the first of a series of events focusing on Faith and Fashion at London College of Fashion Is fashion changing faith or is faith changing fashion? When so many young women from religious communities are passionate about fashion why [...]
FbRN National Conference Facing the Challenges, Looking for Opportunities Innovation, Networking, Policy, Practice, Research, Skills 18 March 2013 Birmingham (5 mins from stations) full details in next week’s bulletin Faith Based Regeneration Network UK
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Dear Friends, Please see our blog entry for our recent religious diversity debate, including copies of the presentations given by the speakers: www.open.ac.uk/blogs/boh/?p=439 This preliminary report will soon be accompanied by further reflections from our team, and I will keep you posted of such developments. We would also very much welcome your comments [...]
TAKING PART: Muslim Participation in Governance – Report Launch
31 January 2013, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, Bishopsgate Institute, London
- Launch of the final report from the large 30-month study of Muslim Participation in Contemporary Governance at Bristol University led by Dr Therese O’Toole and Professor Tariq Modood.
- Research findings and public policy insights on issues such [...]
CALL FOR PAPERS
Religion and the Idea of a University
The Cambridge Inter-faith Programme, as part of its ‘Religion and the Idea of a University’ project, is hosting an inter-disciplinary conference on the relation between the modern western university and theology or religion, 3–5 April 2013. For [...]
UAL – Room for religion event
Matthew spoke yesterday at an event at the University of the Arts London, about a role for religion within the university. The event was attended by about 40 staff and students from across the university and included a lively and fun exchange of ideas and views. The following [...]
Guardian article: Religion in higher education: why tired narratives won’t do
We recently hosted a working group to discuss the issue of Ramadan and university exams, which will coincide with each other from 2014 for a number of years. The Guardian newspaper was interested in this topic and Adam wrote an article for [...]
Stephen Prothero, an American academic who has written on religious literacy recently wrote an article for a CNN blog about how a lack of religious literacy in the US is having an impact on the Presidential election. [...]