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Faculty of Divinity

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

Regius Professorship of Divinity

12 November 2020

After a long search process, we are pleased to announce that Prof David Fergusson (Edinburgh) has accepted the appointment as Regius Professor of Divinity. Prof Fergusson is a leading specialist in Christian Theology, with much experience of academic leadership, supervising PhD students and running grants. He can offer teaching in core areas of the field and will be a wise mentor for all in the Faculty. He will take up the post on April 1st 2021 and is currently planning a move to Cambridge with his wife.

Open-Oxford-Cambridge Doctoral Training Partnership

9 November 2020

Applications are invited for an Open-Oxford-Cambridge AHRC DTP-funded Collaborative Doctoral Award at the University of Cambridge, in partnership with the Everyday Muslim Heritage and Archive Initiative.

Volume VII of The Noesis Review has arrived

2 November 2020

The review is the Faculty of Divinity’s Graduate Journal focusing on Theology, Philosophy, and Poetics

Congratulations to Dr Elizabeth Powell on her new Book Launch

2 November 2020

On Tuesday 3 November - the launch of Elizabeth Powell’s David Jones and the Craft of Theology: Becoming Beauty. Elizabeth is the La Retraite Fellow in Theology and Spirituality here at the CCS; she will be joined by: · Rowan Williams (former Archbishop of Canterbury) · Vittorio Montemaggi (Senior Lecturer in Religion and the Arts at King’s College London and Acting Director of the Von Hügel Institute of Critical Catholic Inquiry) The event will be hosted by Karen Kilby and (CCS) and Férdia Stone-Davis (Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, Cambridge).

The UK Rabbinics network launched this week

2 November 2020

The UK Rabbinics network launched this week, bringing together a diverse group including leading scholars in the field and PhD students from Cambridge, LBC, Oxford, UCL, KCL, Manchester, SOAS and beyond...


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