To mark the United Nations International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Carissa Sharp and Stephen H. Jones explore the reasons why initiatives in this area are needed and consider their current limitations.
Twenty-one unpublished academic papers by Professor J. Neville Birdsall have now been released in the University of Birmingham ePapers repository.
Yujin Nagasawa writing on World Religion Day
Jocelyne Cesari's key note lecture at the University of Utrecht on 2 December 2020 is now available to download.
Karen Wennell writes about ethical consumption at Christmas, and why Christmas is as much an opportunity for change as a traditional celebration
Debate, exchange of ideas, presentations, and networking opportunities on the topic of 'Mapping Global Pentecostal Issues'.
The timetable for the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium with the theme of "Fragments" is released. This conference will run weekly online from January to March 2021.
Jocelyne Cesari discusses the specificity of laicite and its consequences on the relationships of France with the Muslim world.
The ITSEE project room and associated offices have returned to the ERI building.
As part of the launch of our new MPA Faith Based Leadership programme, Dr Andrew Davies interviews community leader and activist Raaj Shamji to discuss Faith Leadership and Hinduism.
Professor Cesari was interviewed on 19 November about French President Macron's policies toward Islam and the particularities of French laicite. The segment starts at 34:32
Timothy Mitchell's article "Exposing Textual Corruption: Community as a Stabilizing Aspect in the Circulation of the New Testament Writings during the Greco-Roman Era" has been published in JSNT