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Future(s) of Theology and Religious Studies: 'Welcoming & Jessie Fubara Manuel'

Dorothy Miell welcomes guests to the Future(s) of Theology and Religious Studies event, followed by a presentation from Jessie Fubara Manuel, the winner of the University 3 minute thesis, 2020. …

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Future(s) of Theology and Religious Studies: 'Why Study Religion in the 21st Century?'

Dr Hannah Holtschneider, Dr Sara Parvis, Professor Anthony Reddie (Oxford), Ella Radley (alumna) discuss 'Why Study Religion in the 21st Century?' in this panel discussion chaired by…

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Future(s) of Theology and Religious Studies: 'Pop up Plenaries - Pt 1'

The first group of Pop up Plenaries takes place with Dr Shadaab Rahemtulla and Dr Joshua Ralston introducing you to 'New MOOC: Christian-Muslim Relations'. This is followed by Dr Suzanna…

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Future(s) of Theology and Religious Studies: 'Race, Diversity, and Decolonising the Curriculum'

Dr Alex Chow, Dr Emma Wild-Wood and Naser Meer (Race.Ed) discuss the topic of 'Race, Diversity, and Decolonising the Curriculum' in this panel discussion, chaired by Claire Wanless, as part…

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Future(s) of Theology and Religious Studies: 'Pop up Plenaries - Pt 2'

The second group of Pop up Plenaries takes place with Dr Linden Bicket introducing you to ' Religion and Literature'. This is followed by Professor Mark Harris and Dr Mike Fuller…

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Future(s) of Theology and Religious Studies: 'TRS in Schools'

Professor Naomi Appleton, Joe Walker (Education Scotland), Susan Woodshore (Mary Erskine School), Graeme Nixon (University of Aberdeen), Andrew Bell (dissertation student/alumnus/trainee teacher)…

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Course options: Religious Studies

Introducing the courses "Studying Religions", "Global Indigenous Religions" and "Religions of Ancient India"

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EBS Conversation: Why study Buddhist Stories?

A recording of the first of the Edinburgh Buddhist Studies "In conversation" series, featuring Dr Naomi Appleton (Edinburgh), Reiko Ohnuma (Dartmouth College) and Andy Rotman (Smith…

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Divinity - Religion in Modern Britain

The aim of this course (REST08018) is to introduce students to a range of religious formations as they tackle particular 'issues' arising from modernity in British contexts. Introduced by…

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Religion Violence and Peacebuilding

In this course (DIVI08001) students investigate the relations between religion, violence and building peace. Introduced by Course Organiser Prof Jolyon Mitchell.

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Divinity - Introduction: Director of UG Studies, School of Divinity

An introduction to the courses available at the School of Divinity, in the areas of Theology and Religious Studies, and a few words about teaching delivery during our hybrid semester.

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Divinity - Jews and Muslims: Religions, Cultures, Histories

This course (REST08022) introduces students to two traditions which originated in the same geographical area and which share a range of concepts, but whose historical trajectories differ…

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Episode 1 - Climate optimism or fatalism: Teaching climate change in today's university

This podcast complements the University’s Teaching Matters blog, and invites students and staff to engage in topical conversations. The first three episodes accompany the Teaching Matters…

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Multi Video - 2016 Sep 21 10:17:37

Library Guide for Religious Studies

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