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.'
Ancient drama; The Latin novel; Apuleius' use of Roman comedy, tragedy and mime; Dramatic intertextuality in Apuleius, women in the ancient novels and Greek comedy, short articles on ancient medicine
Managing the Environmental Crisis in Ghana: The Role of African Traditional Religion and Culture