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Cambridge Interfaith Programme

Venue - Cambridge Divinity Faculty

Cambridge Interfaith Programme convenes a regular seminar on Inter-religious Relations. The range of speakers includes visiting scholars, guests, and researchers from the Faculty of Divinity. All are welcome to attend. 

Lent 2023 Seminars

Tuesday 31st January, 2:15 pm 

Hina Khalid (University of Cambridge)

Cosmic Circuitries of Relationality: The Imperative of 'Imitatio Dei' in the Thought of Muhammad Iqbal and Rabindranath Tagore


Tuesday 14th February, 2:15pm

CANCELLED || Dr Anastasia Badder (Cambridge) 

Continuity, change, and sharedness: constructing feelings of community through language practices in Jewish Europe
This event has been cancelled due to ongoing industrial action.


Thursday 23rd February, 2:30pm at the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology

Professor Robert D. Miller II (Catholic University of America)

One Psalm across five traditions (joint seminar)


Tuesday 28th February, 2:15pm

Dr Tim Jenkins (University of Cambridge)

‘First Contact’: communication and its limits


Tuesday 14th March, 2.15 p.m.

Dr John Walker (Birkbeck, University of London, and Cambridge)

Humboldt, translation, and dialogue between the peoples of the book


Seminars are (normally) on Tuesdays at 2:15 pm in the Lightfoot Room at the Faculty of Divinity, West Road, CB3 9DP. Some seminars are available via livestream (Zoom); advance registration is required for online attendees.

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New article: Predators are prohibited, why are ducks kosher?

16 August 2023

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