The Cadbury Lectures 2013: Religion out of the box Dialogues with academy, society and culture 

22 January - 19 March 2013

Bromford Dreams graffiti cube at the University of Birmingham

 

The Edward Cadbury Lectures come from an endowment from the Cadbury Family to the University of Birmingham for an annual series of lectures open to the public on the history, theology and culture of Christianity.

The first Cadbury Lectures were delivered in 1948 by the historian Arnold Toynbee, followed by a succession of eminent scholars from around the world.

Our theme for 2013 is Religion out of the box: Dialogues with academy, society and culture, and will consist of a series of weekly events as follows:

 

 

Time and location

All events take place in the ERI building (G3 on campus map) at 6pm

 

How to book tickets

The events are free and open to all, but registration is desired.
To register for any event please email: cadburylectures@contacts.bham.ac.uk

 

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Image: The Bromford Cube from the Social Exclusion and Urban Youth Spiritualities – Graffiti Art Project by Dr Chris Shannahan, Department of Theology and Religion 2012