Forthcoming events

The Place of Sacred Art: A symposium exploring the interpretation of sacred art in secular and faith contexts

The Place of Sacred Art: A symposium exploring the interpretation of sacred art in secular and faith contexts

Date
09/05/2017
Description
Canon Dr Andrew Smith, who is also Honorary Fellow of The Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion, is organizing a symposium that explores the interpretation of sacred art in secular and faith contexts.
The Dead Sea Scrolls, Austerity, and the Role of Elites

The Dead Sea Scrolls, Austerity, and the Role of Elites

Date
10/05/2017
Description
Professor Charlotte Hempel delivers her University of Birmingham inaugural lecture.
United for Peace - Unity through Poetry

United for Peace - Unity through Poetry

Date
10/05/2017
Description
United for Peace-Unity through Poetry is an event hosted by the Oxford Foundation, in partnership with The Edward Cadbury Centre at the University of Birmingham.
Religion and foreign policy: a Brussels perspective

Religion and foreign policy: a Brussels perspective

Date
16/05/2017
Description
Merete Bilde, policy advisor at the European External Action Service (EEAS) of the European Union in Brussels, speaks about the role religion plays within the foreign policy branch of the European Union.
Moral responsibility – hard cases

Moral responsibility – hard cases

Date
18/05/2017
Description
A one day workshop is dedicated to looking at different circumstances and conditions which may impair responsibility.
Optimism and success

Optimism and success

Date
25/05/2017
Description
Lisa Bortolotti speaking at the 2017 Hay Festival.
Humanitarian ethics and action

Humanitarian ethics and action

Date
01 - 02/06/2017
Description
The Centre for the Study of Global Ethics is pleased to announce its next annual conference, on the theme of humanitarian ethics and action (broadly construed).
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