Multi-Faith and Belief Chaplaincy

Being at University Podcasts

Details of the Being at University podcast hosted by Revd Dr. Harriet Harris, University Chaplain.

Welcome to the ‘Being at University’ podcast. I’m Harriet Harris, Chaplain to the University of Edinburgh, and in this first series, we explore what it is like being people of particular faith or belief at University.

If we follow faith or belief traditions, these are profound shapers of our values, our choices, and lifestyles, how we conduct our relationships: in short, they provide the inner compass by which we navigate our lives.

What I love about this series is hearing students talk about how their faith or beliefs bring them joy, deep friendships, a feeling of support during hard times, and a sense of perspective. They also talk about challenges, with mental health, with discrimination and micro-aggressions, with visibility and also invisibility. And we hear lots throughout this series about choosing a university, arriving at university, making friends, joining societies – the stuff of student life.

 

Being Muslim at the University

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Being Jewish at the University 

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Being Christian at the University 

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Being Hindu at the University 

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Being Buddhist at the University 

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