Philosophy of Religion project philosophers representing three distinct religious traditions discuss the nature and attributes of God and other deities.
Proposals of papers are invited for a conference on 'The Decentralising of the Biblical Text in Manuscript Formation' to be held in Birmingham in March 2022.
After three years working as postdoctoral research fellows on the ERC CATENA project, Dr Georgi Parpulov and Dr Panagiotis Manafis are leaving ITSEE to take up new academic positions.
Chiara Coppola has been awarded a doctorate for her thesis on "A New Analysis of the Scholia Photiana in the Pseudo-Oecumenian Catena Tradition."
Outlining key findings and recommendations aimed at helping UK cultural majority church leaders and ministries to better welcome, support and celebrate new Christians from other faiths and UK minority ethnic backgrounds.
Professor Candida Moss writes for The Daily Beast.
Professor Jocelyne Cesari writes for the Berkley Center Forum.
Radio interview of Jocelyne Cesari on September 8 on ABC Australia, about the twenty anniversary of 9/11 and the political and religious significance of the last two decades.
Jocelyne Cesari discusses the status of politicians in Europe with a Muslim background with Indus News Pakistan.
Dr Georgi Parpulov and Dr Panagiotis Manafis have published an article identifying a previously-unknown catena on the Gospel according to Matthew preserved in five pages of a ninth-century manuscript in a Greek monastery
Two researchers in the College of Arts and Law have been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship. Each fellowship will commence in early 2022, and take place over three years.
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.