Jocelyne Cesari discusses the role of the state-religion interactions to understand the current politicisation of religion.
Andrew Patton won the Michael O’Rourke postgraduate publication prize and Gabriël Oberholzer was named People’s Choice Runner-up in the Images of Research.
Jagbir Jhutti-Johal has been confirmed as one of the experts for the 2022-2025 OSCE/ODIHR Panel of Experts on Freedom of Religion or Belief.
Are you an artist or poet interested in the philosophical problem of evil? The Global Philosophy of Religion project seeks submissions for a December exhibition
Professor Hugh Houghton spoke at the inaugural Text and Manuscript conference hosted by the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts last week.
A team of doctoral students convened by Georgi Parpulov has produced a catalogue of Greek manuscripts at the University of Birmingham and Woodbrooke College.
The 1COR project will significantly advance work on the text of the Pauline Epistles in multiple languages.
Professor Andrew Davies talks to BBC Radio 4's Sunday programme about religion and public art.
The Harvard Divinity School Bulletin showcases the introduction of Jocelyne Cesari's new book, We God's People: Christianity, Islam and Hinduism in the World of Nations.
Jocelyne Cesari and Tobias Cremer discuss the relationship between religion and populism, and how this relationship is affecting the politics of Europe and the United States.
Middle-class people are more educated, which means that – in the case of Islam – they are more miseducated too.
A survey led by the University of Birmingham says people from middle and upper-class occupational groups are more likely to hold prejudiced views of Islam than people from working class occupational groups