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Faculty talks at the Festival of Ideas

last modified Oct 20, 2014 10:29 AM

Staff and researchers from the Faculty of Divinity will be giving a number of talks as part of the Festival. These reflect the wide ranging research carried out in Cambridge in the field of religion. Please note the different venues and visit the festival programme for more information.

Tuesday 21 October 5-6pm Mill Lecture Rooms

Ruth Jackson: The fixed image and the created self: photographs and flip-books from a religious perspective. 

Wednesday 22 October 5-6pm Mill Lane Lecture Rooms

Dr Douglas Hedley: 'A Cambridge Platonist preaching to the House of Commons: Images and Idols in Civil War England' (this is in place of: 'New Atheism' in seventeenth century England?)

Thursday 23 October 5.30-6.45pm Faculty of Divinity

Dr James Aitken: Jews in antiquity: framing identity in a Greek world

Saturday 25 October 11am-2pm Faculty of Divinity

Hands-on activities exploring religious identity

Saturday 25 October 12.30-1.30pm Faculty of Law

Beth Singler: Jedi and witches ad indigo children! Oh my!

Wednesday 29 October 6-7pm Divinity School, St John's College

Dr Nathan McDonald (chair), Jesse Zink, Rev'd Duncan Dormor, Rev'd Carolyn Hammond: Identity Politics and the Anglican Church

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