Blogs tagged with: Religion

The Woolf, Westminster & the Genizah: Interreligious Research and New Beginnings

The Woolf, Westminster & the Genizah: Interreligious Research and New Beginnings

Sami Everett

Sami Everett will soon be joining the Religious Diversity and University Responses project to continue his research on Jewish-Muslim relations in France.

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Posted: Thursday 10 August 2017


Religious Diversity and the Secular University Summer School 2020

Religious Diversity and the Secular University Summer School 2020

Simon Goldhill

Theodor Dunkelgrün

Sami Everett

Applications are invited from early-career scholars for the Religious Diversity and the Secular University Summer School in July 2020.

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Posted: Tuesday 14 January 2020


Chosen Peoples: The Bible, Race and Empire in the Long 19th Century – 5 Questions to the Editors

Chosen Peoples: The Bible, Race and Empire in the Long 19th Century – 5 Questions to the Editors

Gareth Atkins

Brian Murray

Shinjini Das

Chosen Peoples explores the politics of biblical translation and interpretation in a global context, demonstrating how biblical ideas and metaphors shaped narratives of racial, national and identity in the long nineteenth century.

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Posted: Friday 7 August 2020