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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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Cambridge in Your Classroom

Cambridge in Your Classroom

26 March 2021

Aimed a students aged 14-18, the Cambridge in Your Classroom project features short video lectures by experts from the Faculty of Divinity, who consider some of the big questions of religion, philosophy and ethics.


Read more at: Call for Research Proposals: Armenian-Turkish Relations

Call for Research Proposals: Armenian-Turkish Relations

23 March 2021

Early career researchers (within 4 years of PhD degree) and advanced level PhD candidates are invited to submit proposals for projects on Armenian-Turkish relations with a contemporary focus. The application deadline is 24 May 2021, 5:00pm (GMT).


Read more at: RESEARCH: Professor Esra Özyürek and Dr Ezgi Guner to give a talk for the Religion, Race and Racism Seminar Series

RESEARCH: Professor Esra Özyürek and Dr Ezgi Guner to give a talk for the Religion, Race and Racism Seminar Series

16 March 2021

Professor Esra Özyürek and Dr Ezgi Guner will give a talk on 'Anti-Black Racism, Anti-Semitism, and Multiracial Fantasies of Pax Ottomana in Turkey' for the Seminar Series: Religion, Race and Racism - Transnational Conversations on 22 March 2021.


Read more at: Cambridge Festival 2021 Panel: An Interfaith Picture is Worth a Thousand Words (30 March)
Safet HadziMuhamedovic - shared sacred landscapes

Cambridge Festival 2021 Panel: An Interfaith Picture is Worth a Thousand Words (30 March)

4 March 2021

Seven researchers, seven images and seven presentations – each seven minutes long… This experimental panel invites the audience to engage with visual research of interfaith relations and shared religious environments by producing collaborative ‘chain poems’ to be used as prompts in the Q&A with the researchers. 'An Interfaith Picture is Worth a Thousand Words' is organised as part of Cambridge Festival 2021 .


Read more at: Call for Applications: Academic Summer School in Inter-Faith Relations, University of Cambridge (9-20 August 2021)

Call for Applications: Academic Summer School in Inter-Faith Relations, University of Cambridge (9-20 August 2021)

3 March 2021

Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme (CIP), University of Cambridge, invites applications for the Academic Summer School in Inter-Faith Relations, to be delivered online from 9 to 20 August 2021.


Read more at: RESEARCH: New CIP YouTube Playlist & Research Seminar in Inter-Religious Relations Now Available Online

RESEARCH: New CIP YouTube Playlist & Research Seminar in Inter-Religious Relations Now Available Online

19 February 2021

Check out the new Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme (CIP) YouTube Playlist on the Faculty of Divinity YouTube channel. We bring you some of the talks given as part of our Research Seminar in Inter-Religious Relations, starting with Dr Justin Meggitt's and Dr Safet HadžiMuhamedović's lectures from the Michaelmas Term. Please subscribe to our Playlist to receive updates on new content.


Read more at: RESEARCH: Book now to attend CIP's Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations in February 2021

RESEARCH: Book now to attend CIP's Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations in February 2021

3 February 2021

For Lent term 2021, we are continuing the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme (CIP) Research Seminar series online. Chaired by Dr Giles Waller, these 40 minute talks will explore a wide range of inter-faith topics from from multi-disciplinary perspectives.


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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.

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.

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.