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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

 
Research Overview
Read more at: Current Research Projects

Current Research Projects

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


Read more at: Completed Projects

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. Religion and the Idea of a Research University This project promoted deeper religious literacy in Cambridge and beyond by...


Read more at: Visiting Scholar Information

Visiting Scholar Information

We welcome applications from established academics to become Visiting Scholars. Applicants should possess a PhD and should hold an academic post in a university, college, seminary or similar institution. Individuals who apply to become CIP Visiting Scholars typically do so as part of a wider set of...


Read more at: Faculty of Divinity Publications

Faculty of Divinity Publications

This page provides a selection of recent Faculty of Divinity publications on inter-faith relations and other forms of interface and interaction.


Latest news

New CIP videos: Research Seminar in Inter-religious Relations and a Cambridge Festival panel

30 May 2021

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...

Professor Esra Özyürek's talk on Holocaust memory for 'This is Germany'

30 May 2021

Professor Esra Özyürek recently spoke for the initiative 'This is Germany' about her research on Holocaust memory and the Muslim minority in Germany. To view the video on...

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.