The Edward Cadbury Lectures are supported by 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.
Cadbury Lectures 2020:
Values are the New Religion: Britain’s post-Christian Culture
18-22 May 2020
Professor Linda Woodhead, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at the University of Lancaster
Venue: To be confirmed
Further information to follow
Previous Cadbury lecture series (including videos of lectures)