The Department of Theology and Religion has an outstanding international reputation, spanning the formation and development of the foundational texts and manuscripts of Judaism, Christianity and Islam to their interpretation in feminist, ethical, theological, philosophical and environmental perspectives alongside specialisms in Sikhism, Jainism, interfaith engagement, and the study of lived religion and its impact on society. It is at the interface of religion and society that teachers and researchers have made a wider impact and changed the way governments and public bodies nationally and internationally engage with faith communities, including during the Covid pandemic.
31 May 2021
Dr Georgi Parpulov has published the first-ever catalogue of Greek New Testament catena manuscripts on behalf of the ERC-funded CATENA project. The underlying data has also been released in an online database.
26 April 2021
The Department mourns the passing of Dr Sigvard von Sicard, a pioneer in Christian-Muslim relations.
22 April 2021
Jocelyne Cesari discusses the French renewed ban of the hijab and the law against Islamic Separatism, Indus News Pakistan, April, 9th 2021
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100% of Theology and Religion graduates are in work or further study within six months