Kwame Ahaligah will talk about his PhD research which is based on fieldwork in Ghana and Kenya. Starts at 4:00 pm.
This Centre for Religion and Public Life symposium will feature the following speakers: Revd Dr Michael Armstrong, Dr Fiona Bowie, Dr Clare Carlisle, Dr Matthew Treherne and Dr Mikel Burley. Starts at 1:00 am.
The Centre for Religion and Public Life Launches a New Blog: Religion and International Policy
The study day on 25th September, organised by Dr Johanna Stiebert, marked the last event of the 3 year project 'Biblical Studies in Southern Africa and the UK in Dialogue: Trends and Challenges.'
Religion, ethnicity, diaspora, identity. All aspects of the Muslim (and the South Asian heritage) presence in Britain. Ethnography of contemporary Muslim societies.
Linguistic power in the Christian mission of the Yoruba in colonial Nigeria