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Research Forum

Based at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge Interfaith Research Forum provides a hub for members of the University to exchange scholarship aligned with our goals, and to develop skills relevant to our commitments to outreach and public engagement. The Forum is interdisciplinary , offering...


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Current Research Projects

A variety of cutting-edge research projects are currently being conducted by researchers affiliated with the Cambridge Interfaith Programme. Religion & Global Challenges Initiative The Religion & Global Challenges Initiative seeks to generate tangible and sustainable solutions to worldwide...


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Completed Projects

The Cambridge Interfaith Programme has a long history of innovative research and public engagement projects. You can read about a small selection of these at the links below. The Politics of Afterlives: Martyrdom and the Making of a Transnational Kurdish Political Community This project...


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Academic Visitors

We welcome applications from established academics to become Visiting Scholars at the University of Cambridge. Where planned activities involve the academic research of inter-religious relations or other interfaith topics, applications made to the Faculty of Divinity's Research Committee will be...


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Publications (selected)

Discover new and recent publications on interfaith relations and related topics. The selection of books and articles features work written and/or edited by researchers from the University of Cambridge, including authors based in the Faculty of Divinity and other members of the Cambridge Interfaith Research Forum.


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Event report: Rupture and Reconciliation

10 July 2024

Last month, on June 14, 2024, CIP was glad to host a one-day student symposium entitled “Rupture and Reconciliation”. Lia Kornmehl and Dr. Hina Khalid, of the Faculty of...

Event report: The Homeric Centos as intercultural text

28 June 2024

On 19th June 2024, the Cambridge Interfaith Programme and the Faculty of Divinity hosted a book launch for Dr Anna Lefteratou’s recent monograph The Homeric Centos: Homer and...

Diverse identities, shared values—an address to the incoming government

27 June 2024

“The knowledge and practice embodied in our religious and belief communities are integral to proactively creating the strong and resilient relationships required for the...