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Religions - Social Sciences - 12.11.2020
Religious clashes in India sparked scholar's interest in peace
Religious clashes in India sparked scholar’s interest in peace
The violent destruction of a Muslim holy site in India prompted religious studies scholar Anna Bigelow to ask why some communities succumb to violence and others do not.

Law - Religions - 03.11.2020
Why some rights are violated more often-even in a democracy
Enshrining a right in the constitution is no guarantee that a nation will enforce it-but some rights are harder to violate than others, according to Prof. Adam Chilton of the University of Chicago Law School.

Pedagogy - Religions - 07.10.2020
Durham theologian supports launch of Pope Francis’ new teachings
One of our leading theologians has spoken alongside Pope Francis at the global launch of his new Papal Encyclical - one of the Pope's highest forms of communication.

Religions - Social Sciences - 22.09.2020
Muslims, atheists more likely to face religious discrimination in US
Muslims, atheists more likely to face religious discrimination in US
A University of Washington-led study found that religious discrimination is more common toward people who identify as Muslim or atheist, rather than Catholic or Protestant. Myriam Zilles Muslims and atheists in the United States are more likely than those of Christian faiths to experience religious discrimination, according to new research led by the University of Washington.

History / Archeology - Religions - 09.09.2020
Paul de Lagarde (1827-1891) - scholar and anti-Semite
Paul de Lagarde (1827-1891) - scholar and anti-Semite
Research team from Göttingen and Potsdam examines the intellectual legacy of the Göttingen Orientalist Who was Paul de Lagarde?

Religions - 07.09.2020
Manuscript leaf from thirteenth century ‘Glastonbury Bible’ returns to the South West
A precious manuscript leaf from a thirteenth-century Latin Bible that almost certainly originated from Glastonbury Abbey has been acquired by the University of Bristol Library's Special Collections.

Religions - Social Sciences - 13.08.2020

Religions - 10.08.2020

History / Archeology - Religions - 07.08.2020

Social Sciences - Religions - 07.07.2020

Religions - Event - 11.05.2020

Event - Religions - 09.04.2020

Environment - Religions - 08.04.2020

Religions - 30.03.2020
"Every pilgrim cries at some point - for joy"
Prof. Traugott Roser from the Faculty of Protestant Theology spent four and a half weeks hiking across Northern Spain on the “Camino Francés?, following the old pilgrim's route of St. James.

Religions - 12.03.2020

Religions - 24.02.2020
Historian's high school research paper transformed her life
Historian’s high school research paper transformed her life
Joel Cabrita's research explores the politics of memory and the question of who gets remembered and who gets forgotten by history.

Religions - 06.02.2020

Religions - 04.02.2020
Elders in Rwanda need leaders’ support to face old age - study
Rwanda's Government should investigate how leaders can honour and support older people who - despite making a valuable contribution to society across their lifetimes - face intense poverty in old age due to lack of water, food and health care, according to a new report.

Religions - History / Archeology - 04.12.2019
On show - and specially conserved
On show - and specially conserved
The walls, the floor, the ceiling - everything is black. The light is dimmed to such an extent that visitors' eyes first have to become accustomed to it when they enter the room.

Religions - Social Sciences - 22.11.2019
UCL announces action against racism, antisemitism and Islamophobia
As part of its commitment to drive race equality and tackle discrimination, UCL has agreed three key actions that will support its work to raise awareness and understanding of different forms of racism.

History / Archeology - Religions - 25.10.2019
Obituary: David William Miller Was an Acclaimed Scholar of Irish and Religious History
David William Miller, an internationally recognized scholar of Irish and religious history at Carnegie Mellon University, died Sunday, Oct.

Event - Religions - 23.10.2019

Music - Religions - 24.09.2019
’Triptych’ is a meditation on provocative photographer’s life and work
When korde arrington tuttle was growing up in North Carolina in the 1990s, he felt like he had to live in a world with strict boundaries drawn around what he could do, and how he could act.
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