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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.


Read more at: RESEARCH: Indian Religions Research Seminar: 'Borderlines Across “Hindu” and “Non-Hindu” Worlds' (Lent 2021)
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RESEARCH: Indian Religions Research Seminar: 'Borderlines Across “Hindu” and “Non-Hindu” Worlds' (Lent 2021)

25 January 2021

The Indian Religions Research Seminar in the Faculty of Divinity brings you an exciting lineup of speakers in the Lent Term. The framing theme for the talks will be 'Borderlines Across “Hindu” and “Non-Hindu” Worlds'.


Read more at: Professor Esra Özyürek to give the Holocaust Memorial Day Lecture 2021

Professor Esra Özyürek to give the Holocaust Memorial Day Lecture 2021

25 January 2021

The Holocaust Memorial Day Lecture: Holocaust Memory and Lessons Are for All of Us will be delivered by Professor Esra Özyürek on Wednesday, 27 January 2021, from 12:00 to 13:00 GMT, via Zoom. Summary At a time when the last perpetrators and first-hand victims of the Holocaust are dying, and increasingly greater number of...


Read more at: RESEARCH: Indian Religions / Religious Studies Seminar, Lent Term 2020-21

RESEARCH: Indian Religions / Religious Studies Seminar, Lent Term 2020-21

29 December 2020

This Research Seminar subdivides into termly seminars for specialists in Islam, Judaism, and the religious traditions of India. Speakers may have premodern or contemporary interests, and may present papers on the basis of a very wide range of intellectual interests and disciplinary traditions. UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE...


Read more at: Doctoral Funding: The Sultan Qaboos Studentship in Abrahamic Religions and Shared Values (PhD)
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Doctoral Funding: The Sultan Qaboos Studentship in Abrahamic Religions and Shared Values (PhD)

18 November 2020

The Sultan Qaboos Studentship in Abrahamic Religions and Shared Values will be offered for funding towards a PhD, if an outstanding candidate is available. The topic of the doctoral dissertation should focus on relations between at least two of the three religious traditions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam), with a...


Read more at: New PhD Studentship: Making British Islam Across Generations
New PhD Studentship: Making British Islam Across Generations

New PhD Studentship: Making British Islam Across Generations

6 November 2020

AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA) PhD studentship for Making British Islam Across Generations (Faculty of Divinity - Everyday Muslim Heritage and Archive Initiative)


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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.

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.

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...