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Read more at: New CIP videos: Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations and a Cambridge Festival panel
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New CIP videos: Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations and a Cambridge Festival panel

30 May 2021

Check out the recordings of our recent events, including a Cambridge Festival 2021 panel and three talks for the CIP Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations. 12 February 2021 Dr Elisabeth Becker, 'The Abrahamic Stranger: Jews, Muslims and the Question of Europe’ A presentation given by Dr Elisabeth Becker for the CIP...


Read more at: Professor Esra Özyürek's talk on Holocaust memory for 'This is Germany'
Esra Ozyurek on Holocaust memory

Professor Esra Özyürek's talk on Holocaust memory for 'This is Germany'

30 May 2021

Professor Esra Özyürek recently spoke for the initiative 'This is Germany' about her research on Holocaust memory and the Muslim minority in Germany. To view the video on YouTube, follow this link .


Read more at: New Publication: Theologies of Reading (Special Issue of CounterText)
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New Publication: Theologies of Reading (Special Issue of CounterText)

28 April 2021

Theologies of Reading: Positions and Responses , the new issue of CounterText , edited by Laura McCormick Kilbride, Simone Kotva and Ruth Jackson Ravenscroft, has been published.


Read more at: Evans-Pritchard Lectures 2021 to be given by Dr Marlene Schäfers

Evans-Pritchard Lectures 2021 to be given by Dr Marlene Schäfers

28 April 2021

Dr Marlene Schäfers will be giving the prestigious Evans-Pritchard Lectures at the University of Oxford this year. The lecture series is titled ‘Voices that Matter: Kurdish Women and the Dilemmas of Representation in Contemporary Turkey’ and will take place at 5.00 pm, via the Teams platform, on 13 May, 20 May and 27 May and 3 June 2021.


Read more at: International Symposium 'The Khidr Dialogues: Leaps of Faith, Religious Encounters and Shared Sacred Landscapes' & Photo Exhibition on Sacred Landscapes
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International Symposium 'The Khidr Dialogues: Leaps of Faith, Religious Encounters and Shared Sacred Landscapes' & Photo Exhibition on Sacred Landscapes

21 April 2021

CIP is delighted to invite you to the international symposium 'The Khiḍr Dialogues: Leaps of Faith, Religious Encounters & Shared Sacred Landscapes ' on 6 May 2021, online from 10:30 to 18:30 BST. During the symposium, we will inaugurate 'Shared Sacred Landscapes', an exhibition of photography. Further information is...


Read more at: What would a more just future look like? Mind Over Chatter Podcast

What would a more just future look like? Mind Over Chatter Podcast

19 April 2021

In this episode of Mind Over Chatter, a Cambridge University Podcast, Professor Esra Özyürek, CIP Academic Director, joins Dr Alexa Hagerty and Dr Natalie Jones to discuss what the future of fairness, justice, and equality should look like, and how their research can help to bring about a fairer society.


Read more at: 'Becoming Muslim': Interview with Professor Esra Özyürek for CAM, the Cambridge Alumni Magazine
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'Becoming Muslim': Interview with Professor Esra Özyürek for CAM, the Cambridge Alumni Magazine

13 April 2021

Why do Germans convert to Islam? How do Muslims become German? And, what are the recent directions of Holocaust education programmes in Germany? In 'Becoming Muslim' , an interview for the Lent Term issue of CAM, the Cambridge Alumni Magazine, Professor Esra Özyürek reflects on her ethnographic research of religion, culture and the politics of identity in contemporary Europe.


Read more at: Introduction to Scriptural Reasoning in German Published
PUBLIC EVENT: Scriptural Reasoning at Greenbelt 2019, 26 Aug 2019

Introduction to Scriptural Reasoning in German Published

2 April 2021

A short German-language introduction to the interfaith practice of Scriptural Reasoning by Cambridge researcher Dr Julia Snyder has now been published. Scriptural Reasoning brings people of different faith traditions together to read scriptures and build understanding.


Read more at: Vacancy: CIP Communications and Programme Manager (Part Time, Fixed Term)
Faculty of Divinity

Vacancy: CIP Communications and Programme Manager (Part Time, Fixed Term)

31 March 2021

Cambridge Interfaith Programme (CIP) seeks an enthusiastic and creative Communications and Programme Manager to join a dynamic team who carry out research and public engagement in the broad area of interreligious relations.


Read more at: CIP Seminar in Inter-religious Relations, Easter Term 2020/21
Faculty of Divinity

CIP Seminar in Inter-religious Relations, Easter Term 2020/21

26 March 2021

CIP Seminar in Inter-religious Relations continues online in the Easter Term of 2020/21, with talks by Professor Ayala Fader, Professor Niloofar Haeri and Professor Jackie Feldman.


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New CIP videos: Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations and a Cambridge Festival panel

30 May 2021

Check out the recordings of our recent events, including a Cambridge Festival 2021 panel and three talks for the CIP Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations. 12...

Professor Esra Özyürek's talk on Holocaust memory for 'This is Germany'

30 May 2021

Professor Esra Özyürek recently spoke for the initiative 'This is Germany' about her research on Holocaust memory and the Muslim minority in Germany. To view the video on...

New Publication: Theologies of Reading (Special Issue of CounterText)

28 April 2021

Theologies of Reading: Positions and Responses , the new issue of CounterText , edited by Laura McCormick Kilbride, Simone Kotva and Ruth Jackson Ravenscroft, has been published.