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Religion and Global Challenges podcast

Beginning with a miniseries on the politics of martyrdom, the Religion and Global Challenges podcast explores how religious narratives, ideas, practices and experiences inform crucial challenges facing our world today. We aim to release a new episode each month, with guest speakers on topics ranging from religion and climate change to how people navigate religious difference in their everyday lives. 

Subscribe to the podcast on all the major platforms or find the latest updates on this website. For more information follow us on Twitter (@CamInterfaith) or send us an email at cippodcast @ divinity.cam.ac.uk.

Religion and Climate Change

In our third miniseries (March 2022-), Dr Marlene Schäfers finds out more about religious responses to climate change. The first conversation (episode 7) is with Dr Tobias Müller, whose research focuses on climate activism, following Extinction Rebellion (XR) and others at COP26. Episode 8, Theology and the Anthropocene, features Dr Hjördis Becker-Lindenthal (Cambridge) and Dr Simone Kotva (Oslo & Cambridge). View more episode information and listen to the Climate Change miniseries.

Living with religious difference

The second Religion and Global Challenges miniseries (October-December 2021). Hear Marlene in conversation with Dr Tilmann Heil (episode 4), Dr Anoush Suni (episode 5), and Dr Andrew Bush (episode 6). View episode information and listen to the Religious Difference miniseries.

Explore the Politics of Martyrdom miniseries

Hosted by Dr Marlene Schäfers, the podcast began with a three-part miniseries on the politics of martyrdom. Hear Marlene in conversation with Dr Victoria Fomina (Russia and Cyprus, episode 1), Dr Maria Rashid (Pakistan, episode 2) and Dr Chris Moffat (India, episode 3). View episode information and listen to the Politics of Martyrdom miniseries.

 


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