Posts tagged with ‘Department of Theology and Religious Studies’

Al-Qaeda, ISIS and Ibn Taymiyya: Critiquing the Link

British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship Lecture – presented by Dr Jon Hoover.

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Beyond charity: gift-reciprocity and community construction in the New Testament

The Department of Theology and Religious Studies is excited to welcome Professor John Barclay to deliver our biennial Firth Memorial Lectures on 17-18 April 2018.

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Haters gonna hate, hate, hate? Taylor Swift’s Deleuzean repetition and affirmation of love

This lecture offers an interpretation of Taylor Swift’s music through the theme of ‘repetition’, and using Swift’s work to introduce Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy of repetition and difference. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series.

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Staff and students to unveil Mansfield Quakers heritage trail

Staff and students from the Department of Theology and Religious Studies have contributed to an audio […]

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Is there such a thing as British values? A religious perspective

Join The University of Nottingham Chaplaincy for their public lecture, ‘Is there such a thing as British values? A religious perspective’. This lecture will be chaired by Revd Canon Dr Simon Oliver, Head of Theology and Religious Studies, and will feature a multi-faith group of speakers.

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Bilbo fulfils a spiritual need

Audiences enjoying the latest Warner Bros fantasy blockbuster, The Hobbit, may be fulfilling deeper needs than pure entertainment, says Dr Alison Milbank.

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Marking 400 years of the King James Bible

The Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham was taking part in a series of free talks at The University of Nottingham’s Great Hall this month to commemorate 400 years of the King James Bible.

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