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Divinity events

Upcoming and past events in the School of Divinity.

Women and the World Church Conference

Women and the World Church
10.30hrs, Saturday 16 September, New College. A Day Conference organised by the Centre for the Study of World Christianity and the Church of Scotland World Mission Council.

Who is worthy of a biography?

Balloon debate - October 4th

First Friday PG Conversations October

The first Friday of the month, during semester time, alternating morning and afternoon slots, in the Senate Room. The conversations are then followed by coffee and cake in the Rainy Hall. You can come to just the conversation or just the cake or combine both! Friday 6th October, 9.45-10.30am, the Senate Room 

Croall Lecture Series 2017

Financial statements
5pm 23, 24, 25 October, Martin Hall, New College. Professor Werner Jeanrond, Master of St Benet's Hall, Oxford, will speak on his current research

First Friday PG Conversations - November

The first Friday of the month, during semester time, alternating morning and afternoon slots, in the Senate Room. The conversations are then followed by coffee and cake in the Rainy Hall. You can come to just the conversation or just the cake or combine both! Friday 3rd November, 2.15-3.00pm, the Senate Room

Exhibition in observance of 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation

10 November 2017 - 8 March 2018, New College Library and the University Main Library will open an exhibition in observance of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation

First Friday PG Conversations December

The first Friday of the month, during semester time, alternating morning and afternoon slots, in the Senate Room. The conversations are then followed by coffee and cake in the Rainy Hall. You can come to just the conversation or just the cake or combine both! Friday 3rd November, 2.15-3.00pm, the Senate Room

Asian Religions: Boundaries, Connections, Identities annual lecture

29th November - Prof Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad, Lancaster University, The phenomenology of dispassion across Hindu and Buddhist traditions’

CTPI Event. Being a Beast

St Leonard's Land University Crest
5pm Thursday 9 March 2017, Martin Hall, New College. Public Presentation with Charles Foster

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