skip to primary navigationskip to content

World Christianities Research Seminar overview

World Christianities Research Seminar

This seminar responds to a recent upsurge of scholarly interest in the study of Christianity as a global phenomenon. It marks the emergence of World Christianities as a dedicated stream of research and study at undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral level in the Faculty of Divinity. Meetings will feature a wide range of interdisciplinary scholars, both from within Cambridge and further afield, focusing on cutting-edge topics and debates in the area of World Christianities, including Christianity and diaspora, transnational religiosity, the history of missionary organisations and issues of language, translation and religious print cultures.

Speakers are invited to share their current research or to engage with a theme selected by the three conveners for its contemporary or historical significance, as well as its potential for stimulating vigorous debate.

The seminar is a collaboration between the Divinity Faculty and the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide. 





‘Cambridge Students & Christianity Worldwide:

Insights from the 1960s’

Tuesday 14 May -5.30-6.30pm

Westminster College

Madingley Road


 CB3 0AA


Speaker - Dr Ian Randall



All colleagues, MPhil and PhD students in CCCW

                                                 or other areas (such as Classics, History and Philosophy),

 from within and outside the faculty, are warmly welcome