The School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion includes the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Theology and Religion. It offers a variety of forward-thinking undergraduate and postgraduate study opportunities. It is home to a dynamic and friendly community of staff and students, pursuing original research on a wide range of topics.
29 April 2020
Dr Maryyum Mehmood, Teaching Fellow in the Department of Theology and Religion, discusses what Ramadan will look like in lockdown.
28 April 2020
Dr Jussi Suikkanen's new book Contractualism is published by Cambridge University Press on 27th of April 2020.
23 April 2020
ITSEE doctoral student Grant Edwards has been awarded his PhD for his thesis on the Text and Transmission of 2 Thessalonians, following six years of part-time distance-learning research.
02 April 2020
Covid-19 is an on-going inflection point producing radical and long-lasting social, cultural, economic and political change. Inflection points change the future.
31 March 2020
The International Greek New Testament Project will be running an online seminar from May 2020 entitled "Text-Critical Thursdays".
27 March 2020
Jocelyne Cesari has been awarded the "Distinguished Scholar" Award of the "religion and international relations" section of the prestigious International Studies Association (ISA).
23 March 2020
Candida Moss writes for The Conversation.
10 March 2020
ITSEE is recruiting a PhD student to work on the CATENA project from September 2020
06 March 2020
Professor Bortolotti will be co-investigator in a one-year project entitled, "Agency, Social Identity & Justice in Mental Health: A Collaboration with Young People, Clinicians & Academics"
02 March 2020
News and opportunities from the Science, Knowledge and Belief in Society Research Group.
28 February 2020
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
19 February 2020
Dr Nikk Effingham's new book published by Oxford University Press.
How we are exploring issues of climate through the arts, humanities and law.
The College of Arts and Law is placed 67th in the Times Higher Education 2022 rankings, making it one of the best places for study and research in this field globally.