The Centre for Religion and Public Life has relaunched its Religion in Public blog, which serves as a platform for showcasing the research being undertaken by CRPL staff, students and partners.
A landmark study by the British Academy has found that graduates of art, humanities and social sciences degrees gain particular skills that allow them to thrive in a wide range of careers.
Centre for Religion and Public Life research seminar with Dr Karen O'Donnell Starts at 1:00 pm.
Julian Perlmutter (Cambridge) will give a presentation on 'Against Kivy: Sacred Music and Affective Response'. Starts at 11:30 am.
Thomas Oord (Northwest Nazarene University) will present a paper on 'Why a Loving God Can't Prevent Evil: Putting Love First'. Starts at 11:30 am.
Modern Christian thought; feminism, gender and theology; theological ethics, especially intergenerational responsibility and environment; Quaker theology.
Analysis of Tibetan Buddhism and its relationship to the environment