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Theology and Literature Y11-12 Study Day

The Faculty of Divinity welcomes Years 11-12 prospective students to the Theology and Literature Study Day today

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Inaugural lecture of the new Lady Margaret's Professor in Divinity, George van Kooten

Inaugural lecture of the new Lady Margaret's Professor in Divinity, George van Kooten

The forthcoming inaugural lecture of the new Lady Margaret’s Professor in Divinity, George van Kooten, is at 5pm, Tuesday February 19th, 2019 (Faculty of Divinity, Runcie room), entitled “Three Symposia: Plato, Philo and John—An Exercise in Triangulation”. Followed by a reception.

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Prof. Johannes Hoff speaks at the D Society

Prof. Johannes Hoff speaks at the D Society

Professor Johannes Hoff (University of London) spoke at the Faculty of Divinity, 16th November 2018.

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CRASSH Summer School for Early-Career Researchers

The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge announces a two-week summer workshop for early career scholars across the humanities and social sciences (1-12 July 2019), focused on securalism, religious diversity and the modern university.

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New MPhil Studentships

New MPhil Studentships

Two additional studentships for the MPhil in the Faculty of Divinity in the University of Cambridge, to cover fees in full for two home or EU students, with a contribution to maintenance costs.

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Postgraduate Open Day 2018

The Faculty of Divinity will be participating in the university-wide Postgraduate Open Day, 2nd November 2018.

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Cold War Students Thank Cambridge Lecturers

A commemorative plaque will be unveiled in the Faculty of Divinity of Cambridge University at 12.30 pm on Monday 29 October 2018. It is a thank you from students who under Communism studied in the Prague underground seminars to the lecturers who, risking their own safety, came from Cambridge to teach them in conditions of secrecy.

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