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Introducing Windows 11
As the University transitions from Windows 10 to Windows 11, IT Services invite staff to attend an online session to learn more about the new operating system....
Imagining Moses: Scenes of Liminality
EuARe 2023 Keynote Lecture: Dr Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg. Open to the public.
A leading light in contemporary Biblical interpretation, Dr Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg was born in London, raised in Glasgow and has lived in Jerusalem since...
Buddhist Constructive Reflection Past and Present
EuARe 2023 Keynote Lecture: Dr John Makransky. Open to the public.
Within academic the study of religion, Buddhist critical-constructive reflection (also sometimes called 'Buddhist theology') has had two goals: to...
An Islamic Approach to Islamic Studies? Muslim Faith Commitment in the European Orientalist Sphere
EuARe 2023 Keynote Lecture: Professor Lejla Demiri. Open to the public.
Lejla Demiri holds the Chair in Islamic Doctrine at the Centre for Islamic Theology, University of Tübingen. She received her PhD from the University of...
Knowing and Thinking the Ultimate in Hindu Theology: The Issues of Transcendence and Immanence
EuARe 2023 Keynote Lecture: Prof. Diwakar Acharya. Open to the public.
Prof. Diwakar Acharya is the Spalding Professor of Eastern Religions and Ethics at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies of the University of Oxford,...