Covid-19 is an on-going inflection point producing radical and long-lasting social, cultural, economic and political change. Inflection points change the future.
The International Greek New Testament Project will be running an online seminar from May 2020 entitled "Text-Critical Thursdays".
ITSEE is recruiting a PhD student to work on the CATENA project from September 2020
News and opportunities from the Science, Knowledge and Belief in Society Research Group.
Fragments from a sixth-century manuscript of Augustine in Cambridge University Library have been identified for the first time by the ERC-funded CATENA project at the University of Birmingham
We invite proposals for short papers on the theme of Multiple Religious Belonging. We hope to hear from a range of perspectives and about many possible combinations. The call for papers is now open
Following on from the publication of his report on the elderly in Rwanda Francis Davis attended the Vatican's first ever Congress on the needs of the elderly.
The ERC-funded CATENA project held a consultation day at the University of Birmingham's Brussels Office on 7th February.
Today marks the retirement of Professor David Parker OBE and the conclusion of the Codex Zacynthius Project at ITSEE
Study - 'Ageing in Rwanda: Challenges for Church, State and Nation ' - is collaboration between the University of Birmingham's Cadbury Centre and Tearfund
Call for papers for the Worship and the Megachurch: Australasia and Beyond conference in Melbourne, Australia.