This month’s events
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Figuring the Enemy
Socio-Scientific and Political Theological Approaches to Religious Enmity
The University of St Andrews and Trinity College of the University of Divinity (Australia) are pleased to host a workshop symposium exploring interdisciplinary...
Energy Ethics 2023: Financing the Future
Finance shapes our lives in ways that are both explicit and veiled: From the prices we pay for energy, food and housing, to loans for sustainable home...
Plastic Time: interactive workshop
A series of research and practice-based workshops over two days exploring the temporalities of plastic. This interactive plastics workshop will be facilitated...
School of Chemistry Colloquium: Prof. David McComb (Ohio State University)
High resolution electron energy-loss spectroscopy for the study organic and biological systems in the scanning transmission electron microscope
School of Chemistry Colloquium. This event is open to final year undergraduate students, MSc students, PhD students, Post-Doctoral Research Fellows and staff....
Plastic Time: research workshop
A series of research and practice-based workshops exploring the temporalities of plastic. - £50
A series of workshops that explore the temporalities of plastic. On Monday 12 June, there will be an interactive plastics workshop facilitated by artist...
Sixth Annual Conference of the European Academy of Religion
Organised by the St Andrews Encyclopaedia of Theology
The theme for this year's gathering is 'Religion from the Inside', with keynote lectures planned by Professor David Brown, Dr Avivah Gottlieb...
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...
Christoph Schwöbel: Theology in Conversation
The School of Divinity at the University of St Andrews will be holding a conference to celebrate Christoph Schwöbel's contributions to Christian...
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,...
International Symposium on Hispanic Poetry
"¿Adónde el paraíso, / sombra, tú que has estado?": Representations of paradise in medieval, modern and contemporary Hispanic poetry
Since the book of Genesis, the themes of expulsion from the Garden of Eden, the loss of innocence, and the search for a lost paradise --in a religious or a...