The final timetable is released for the Eleventh Birmingham Colloquium, taking place this week.
Training introduced to help faith leaders support their communities.
New article by Professor Jocelyn Cesari in the Review of Faith and International Affairs
Dr Katherine Brown writes for The Conversation.
The Principal Pauline Epistles: A Collation of Old Latin Evidence has been published in Open Access by Brill. This open access book was produced by the ERC COMPAUL project.
Professor Yujin Nagasawa is the editor of the Palgrave Frontiers in Philosophy of Religion with Professor Erik Wielenberg (DePauw University).
Mary has been subject to more rumors than almost any biblical figure - Professor Candida Moss (Department of Theology & Religion) explores some of these myths for the Daily Beast.
Professor Yujin Nagasawa is the editor of a Special Issue of the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion on pantheism and panentheism with Dr Andrei Buckareff (Marist College, USA).
Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal writes for the Birmingham Perspective explaining why the ONS is right in not adding an additional specific response option to the 2021 Census ethnic group question for the Sikh community.
The Centre for the Study of Global Ethics welcomes abstract submissions addressing the conference theme and subthemes, as well as abstract submissions on a wide range of topics within global ethics.
Staff from across the University of Birmingham have been recognised in the 2019 New Year Honours.
A doctoral scholarship is now being advertised at ITSEE on the CATENA project.