The latest newsletter of the Adrian Hastings Africa Scholarship fund is now online.
The Faculty of Arts at the University of Leeds proposes to offer up to 20 fully-funded three-year doctoral scholarships for PhD study commencing September 2015.
Dr. Adriaan Van Klinken will speak on ‘Pentecostal Political Masculinities.’ Starts at 4:00 pm.
Dr Tasia Scutton (Leeds) will give a presentation on 'Why not believe in an evil God? Pragmatic encroachment and implications for philosophy of religion'. Starts at 11:30 am.
Attend our postgraduate open day to explore our campus, meet with staff and current students, and find out how a postgraduate degree from the University of Leeds can benefit you. Starts at 11:00 am.
Religion in Africa; contemporary African Christianity; Pentecostalism; religion and gender; religion and sexuality; postcolonial and queer perspectives to religion; Zambia
Redeeming God: Can the female body as metaxu enable 'Godding' that is redemptive of incarnation?