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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

 
Faculty of Divinity

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 Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations

To Dr Becker's talk on YouTube, follow this link

26 February 2021

Dr Aaron Rosen, ‘Curating an Interfaith Pilgrimage: Visual Strategies for Interreligious Studies’

A presentation given by Dr Aaron Rosen for the CIP Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations

To view Dr Rosen's talk on YouTube, follow this link

30 March 2021

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

This experimental panel invited 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. Panellists Dr Marlene Schäfers, University of Cambridge Dr Reza Masoudi, SOAS University of London Dr Safet HadžiMuhamedović, University of Cambridge Dr Sami Everett, University of Cambridge Samuel Tettner, University of Manchester Professor Tom Selwyn, SOAS University of London

To view the panel on YouTube, follow this link

29 April 2021 

Professor Ayala Fader, On 'Hidden Heretics'

A presentation given by Professor Ayala Fader for the CIP Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations, about her recent book Hidden Heretics: Jewish Doubt in the Digital Age (2020)

To view Professor Fader's talk on YouTube, follow this link

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