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Cambridge Interfaith Programme

 
Prof Ozyurek, Dr HadziMuhamedovic, and Dr Hine

Cambridge Interfaith Programme (CIP) is a University of Cambridge research centre, based in the Faculty of Divinity. We hold a distinctive research and teaching expertise in the field of inter-faith relations, traversing disciplinary boundaries and a wide range of research geographies.

Your teaching team will include experts in astrobiology, Christianity, genocide studies, interfaith relations, Islam, Judaism, religious conversion, Roma cosmologies and textual studies, from the perspectives of natural and social sciences, and the humanities.

Convenors

Professor Esra Özyürek

Sultan Qaboos Professor of Abrahamic Faiths & Shared Values, 
and Academic Director of Cambridge Interfaith Programme     

Dr Safet HadžiMuhamedović

Teaching Associate in Anthropology of Religion
Research Associate, Fitzwilliam College

Dr Iona Hine FHEA

Communications and Programme Manager
Cambridge Interfaith Programme

Teaching team

Convenors will accompany you throughout the Summer School. The teaching team also includes Andrew Davison, Starbridge Associate Professor in Theology and Natural Sciences; Dr Giles Waller, Research Associate in Inter-Faith Studies; Hina Khalid, PhD Researcher, Faculty of Divinity; Dr Julia Snyder, Tutor in New Testament at Westcott House, Cambridge and Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of Divinity; and Dr Tali Artman-Partock, Teaching Associate in Judaism.   

Hop across to YouTube to Meet the convenors & watch our growing series of 'Introducing...' videos, recorded with members of this year's teaching team:

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