PhD student Rosa Ritunnano has been awarded the the 2021 Wolfe Mays Essay Prize.
Narges Loudi chose to confront stereotypes and venture out to St Petersburg in Russia to complete her year abroad! Visiting Siberia, sleeping in an igloo, and seeing the northern lights, Narges has plenty to share.
Dr Merten Reglitz writing for The Conversation.
This week sees the publication of articles in leading academic journals by two doctoral researchers on the CATENA project, Emanuele Scieri (on the Catenae on Acts) and Andrew Patton (on the Western Order of the Gospels)
Professor Hugh Houghton has delivered the first Endowment Lecture of the Dr. Basudev Kar Oration in the Humanities in the Centre for Translation and Digital Humanities at Ravenshaw University in India.
ITSEE researcher Dr Chiara Coppola today was awarded her degree in person at the University's Graduation Ceremony in the Great Hall.
Call for papers for an international interdisciplinary academic conference focussing on the changing technoscape of religion or belief discrimination
New podcast by Professor Lisa Bortolotti Lisa discussing aspects of the 'Agential Stance', one way practitioners can support the sense of agency of young people who are struggling with their mental health.
From January 2022, Lisa Bortolotti will be the Editor of Philosophical Psychology (Taylor & Francis). She wrote an editorial (free access), detailing the changes she hopes to implement.
On World Philosophy Day, 18 November 2021, Kathleen Murphy-Hollies and Eugenia Lancellotta wrote a post on how philosophy can help tackle bias and stigma for the De Gruyter Conversations blog
It's International Leadership Week and the Cadbury Centre team will be sharing our insights and observations on leadership throughout the week. Director Dr Andrew Davies on why leadership is for everyone
The Global Philosophy of Religion Project has awarded over £460,000 in research funding to philosophers of religion in 25 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and North America.