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Cambridge Inter-Faith 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. 

Easter 2022 Seminars

Tuesdays, 2.15 pm, Lightfoot Room, Faculty of Divinity

Tuesday 7th June

Dr Naomi Richman (Social Anthropology, Cambridge)

Gender, power and submission in Nigerian Pentecostalism or how theology can help anthropologists better understand relationship dynamics

Seminars are on Tuesdays at 2:15pm in the Lightfoot Room at the Faculty of Divinity, West Road, CB3 9DP. 

Mask-wearing is no longer a requirement. However, for COVID-mitigation the Faculty of Divinity continues to recommend masks and other measures. The venue has a capacity of 35.

Seminars will be livestreamed. Those who wish to join us online should sign up in advance via Eventbrite

Please note: During the livestream, the camera will focus on the person who is speaking—whether that’s the chair, speaker, respondent or those in the audience putting questions. It also displays a 360-degree image of the room. Those uncomfortable with appearing on camera may prefer to join via the livestream.

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