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COVID-19 and Degree Programmes for 2020-21

The Faculty of divinity is pleased to confirm that, having taken into consideration the Covid-19 pandemic and current government guidance, there are no changes planned to our undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes for 2020-21.










Latest news

International Women's Day: New Resource Launched

8 March 2021

While the Faculty's commitment to generating spaces where women can flourish within the Faculty is not limited to one day a year, but continues to operate throughout the year, the reflections of students and staff are now being gathered together to highlight different facets of life and work in the Faculty. Material has...

Congratulations to Silvianne Aspray on her monograph 'Metaphysics in the Reformation: The Case of Peter Martyr Vermigli'

25 February 2021

Congratulations to Dr Silvianne Aspray whose monograph " Metaphysics in the Reformation: The Case of Peter Martyr Vermigli " is about to appear next week with OUP.

“There is just one fundamental thing that exists”: JRF proposes new ontology for quantum mechanics

16 February 2021

A new paper by Wolfson Junior Research Fellow (JRF), Dr William Simpson , published in the European Journal for Philosophy of Science, has put forward an exciting new “ontology” for quantum mechanics. Congratulations William.

Congratulations to Chris Jones, our new Early career Scholar on publication of his new book

3 February 2021

His book, The Buddhist Self: On Tathāgatagarbha and Ātman (University of Hawaii Press), is an examination of Indian teaching about the tathāgatagarbha (otherwise the presence of one’s “Buddha-nature”) and the extent to which different Buddhist texts and authors articulated this in terms of the self. See: https://uhpress...

Congratulations to Marieke Dhont

1 February 2021

Marieke Dhont has been named second runner-up in a new prize, The Routledge Philip R. Davies Early Career Publication Award, run by the Palestine Exploration Fund. As well as receiving the prize, the recipients will have the opportunity to be published in the Palestine Exploration Quarterly . Her essay was entitled: "The...

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