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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme


Classes: 13:00 to 16:00 BST. | Zoom Saloon Time starts at 16:00 BST daily.

Week 1 | 4–8 July






Day 1

Anthropological approaches to studying interfaith relations

with Esra Özyürek

Day 2

Interstellar & interfaith: meanings of life elsewhere in the universe

with Andrew Davison

Day 3

Scripture & violence: community interpretation and the realities of violence in religious texts

with Julia Snyder

Day 4

Gender, apocalypse, messiahs, and inter-religious relations

with Tali Artman-Partock & Ruth Kara-Ivanov Kaniel

Day 5

Archival approaches to Interfaith Relations (and a bit of book history)

with Iona Hine




Week 2 | 11–15 July






Day 6

Inter-religious relations in South Asia

with Hina Khalid

Day 7

Visual Approaches to Interfaith Relations

with Safet HadžiMuhamedović

Day 8

Poetry and prayer across religious traditions

with Giles Waller

Day 9:
Part 1

Inter-religious, interfaith: questions, answers, puzzles
with Iona and Safet

Day 10:
Part 1

Scriptural Reasoning: Pilgrimage

with Giles, Hina & Tali


Class portrait

Part 2

Anthology Live

with CIP Summer School Team

Part 2

Further study in Interfaith Relations

with convenors and guests





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