Professor Lisa Bortolotti guest blogs at The Brains Blog discussing themes from her new book, The Epistemic Innocence of Irrational Beliefs (OUP, 2020).
The Call for Papers is issued for the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium, which will run online in early 2021.
In October, Jocelyne Cesari and Jose Casanova hosted Tariq Modood to discuss multicultural citizenship and how minority identities can be incorporated into national identities.
Lisa Bortolotti was interviewed on unrealistic optimism by BBC's David Edmonds in this episode of The Big Idea, The Truth about Marriage.
Latest newsletter from the Science, Knowledge and Belief in Society Research Group.
A new video series of Instagram Lives taking place this autumn as part of the #everydaylookism campaign which asks us to take looks-based discrimination (lookism) seriously and specifically to put an end to body shaming.
Professor Hugh Houghton gave the Stanton Lecture 2020 as part of the online British New Testament conference.
The AHRC-funded Codex Zacynthius project, led by the University of Birmingham in collaboration with Cambridge University Library, has released an online edition of this important manuscript of the Greek New Testament.
Lisa Bortolotti is participating in a debate on the self with philosopher Dan Zahavi and neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran during the HowTheLightGetsIn Festival to be held in September 2020.
Recording of Birmingham's Professor of Religion and Politics speaking at a webinar organised by Human Rights Media
The annual conference series on Philosophy and Meaning in Life was launched at Hokkaido University in Japan in 2018
Francis Davis is working with the charity catholic Voices and colleagues at Oxford to undertake a study into the current size , scope and impact of Catholic social care and advocacy in England, wales and Scotland