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History / Archeology - Religions - 06.06.2024
The unexpected origins of a modern finance tool
Discounting calculations are ubiquitous today - thanks partly to the English clergy who spread them amid turmoil in the 1600s, an MIT scholar shows.

Religions - History / Archeology - 04.06.2024
Podcast: Church and gender in historical context. With Sister Jakoba
Podcast: Church and gender in historical context. With Sister Jakoba

Religions - Social Sciences - 01.05.2024
There are certainly non-religious Moroccans (they just don’t stand out as much)

Politics - Religions - 28.03.2024
Opinion: Erdogan's party seeks advantage as Turkey's local elections coincide with Ramadan
Opinion: Erdogan’s party seeks advantage as Turkey’s local elections coincide with Ramadan
The fact that Turkey's local elections are taking place during the month of Ramadan should help Islamist political parties such as Erdogan's AKP gain control, writes Dr Ozan Aksoy (Ioe, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society) in The Conversation.

Religions - 12.03.2024
University and BBC co-create exciting Religions and Theology learning tool
A team of academics from the Religions and Theology department at The University of Manchester have created ' Going Beyond Belief ', a new learning resource for A Level students, with the support of the BBC Beyond Belief team.

Religions - 08.03.2024
Visiting Goodge Street Mosque
Visiting Goodge Street Mosque

Religions - 09.02.2024
In an Effort to Protect University Members on Campus, Freie Universität Issues a Ban Following the Alleged Antisemitic Assault on a Jewish Student in Berlin’s Mitte District

Religions - Social Sciences - 05.02.2024
Freie Universität Berlin Condemns the Alleged Antisemitic Attack on a Jewish Student and Is Considering Legal Measures

Religions - Social Sciences - 26.01.2024
Research INSTITUT-SoMuM Lecture - Religious pluralism in Islamic theology and philosophy (February 15, 2024)

Religions - 24.01.2024
Interview with the newly elected anti-Semitism commissioner Professor Gert Pickel
Interview with the newly elected anti-Semitism commissioner Professor Gert Pickel

Religions - Pedagogy - 10.01.2024
UCL Student Union's Impartial project trip to NI explores perspectives on reconciliation
UCL Student Union’s Impartial project trip to NI explores perspectives on reconciliation

Pedagogy - Religions - 10.01.2024
Students' Union UCL's Impartial Chairs trip to NI explores perspectives on reconciliation
Students’ Union UCL’s Impartial Chairs trip to NI explores perspectives on reconciliation

Religions - 12.12.2023
Latkes vs. hamantaschen: Experts divided on Jewish holiday foods
Latkes vs. hamantaschen: Experts divided on Jewish holiday foods

Media - Religions - 07.12.2023
Exploring multifaith and interfaith support at UCL
Exploring multifaith and interfaith support at UCL

Religions - Politics - 09.11.2023
Are courses in ethics and religious culture a thing of the past?
Are courses in ethics and religious culture a thing of the past?

Religions - Campus - 08.11.2023
Topping-Out Ceremony for Theologies Campus
Topping-Out Ceremony for Theologies Campus

Religions - 03.11.2023
Religion and tourism: funded research

Religions - 26.10.2023
Comics as sites of religion

Environment - Religions - 18.10.2023
David Onnekink appointed Special Chair in Ecological Theology

Environment - Religions - 18.10.2023
David Onnekink appointed Special Chair in Ecological Theology at TU Kampen

Religions - 13.10.2023
'There is a mood of catastrophe, many people are stunned'
’There is a mood of catastrophe, many people are stunned’

Religions - Social Sciences - 10.10.2023
Discussing Truth and Reconciliation within the Catholic Church

Religions - 29.09.2023
Moral education important in armed forces

Religions - Social Sciences - 18.09.2023
Anthony Reddie: first Professor of Black Theology in 900 years

Religions - History / Archeology - 12.09.2023
Wide-Ranging Cases of Sexual Abuse in Swiss Catholic Church
History An independent team of historians was given unprecedented access to archives of the Swiss Catholic Church to investigate cases of sexual abuse within the church. The researchers have now documented 1,002 cases of sexual abuse committed by Catholic clerics, church staff and members of Catholic orders that have occurred in Switzerland since the mid-20th century.

Religions - 10.09.2023
A global perspective on the diversity of secularities across cultures and epochs
A global perspective on the diversity of secularities across cultures and epochs
News from "Multiple Secularities - Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities" is the name of a German Research Foundation (DFG)-funded Centre for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (CASHSS)

Music - Religions - 31.07.2023
What Sinead O'Connor's music taught me about songwriting
What Sinead O’Connor’s music taught me about songwriting

Religions - Social Sciences - 04.07.2023
Erik Sengers appointed as Endowed Professor of Chaplaincy Studies in the Military

Religions - Linguistics / Literature - 21.06.2023
New University of Glasgow project to explore ancient religious manuscripts
New University of Glasgow project to explore ancient religious manuscripts
A new £2.4 million project at the University of Glasgow exploring manuscripts and knowledge in multiple religions in partnership with world experts in their field.

Philosophy - Religions - 12.06.2023
University of Birmingham makes key appointments in Jain Studies

Social Sciences - Religions - 19.05.2023
Children from mixed backgrounds with one Muslim parent have plural identities
Quebec-born children with one Muslim immigrant parent forge identities that mix that parent's cultural references and Quebec culture.

Religions - 15.05.2023
Frits van Oostrom knighted during farewell in packed Domkerk church
Frits van Oostrom knighted during farewell in packed Domkerk church

Campus - Religions - 15.05.2023
Branches of Research Established University-Wide
Branches of Research Established University-Wide

Religions - 12.05.2023
What is Love?
What is Love?

History / Archeology - Religions - 05.05.2023
How a medieval Europe lie spread antisemitism across the world
Follow  Berkeley Talks,  a  Berkeley News  podcast that features lectures and conversations at UC Berkeley.

History / Archeology - Religions - 05.05.2023
Berkeley Talks transcript: How a lie from medieval Europe spread antisemitism across the world

Religions - History / Archeology - 03.05.2023
Researchers assess the Vatican's reactions to petitions from Jews
Researchers assess the Vatican’s reactions to petitions from Jews
Initial findings from the -Asking the Pope for Help- project: approach of Christian charity clearly recognisable during the Nazi period.

Religions - Career - 28.04.2023
Productive Integration of Religions
Productive Integration of Religions

Religions - Psychology - 19.04.2023
Study explores prosocial behavior within, between religious groups
April 19, 2023 Does a commitment to one-s God facilitate altruistic behavior that benefits only members of the same religious group? Or does it extend to helping members of a different religion? University of Illinois Chicago social psychologist Michael Pasek and colleagues examined this question through field and online experiments involving more than 4,700 people from diverse ethnoreligious populations in three political and cultural contexts.

Religions - Social Sciences - 14.04.2023
Losing faith in evangelicalism: sexual ’purity’ and lack of conversion key issues
Benjamin Gagné studied young Quebec adults to understand what led them to turn away from the religion of their convert parents. The impossible imperative of conversion and the unsustainable ideal of sexual purity and marriage are two of the main reasons why young Quebec adults born to parents who had converted to evangelicalism are deserting the religion and leaving the community.

Religions - 14.04.2023
Time to celebrate, and time to eat! Exploring the delicious recipes of April's religious festivals
Time to celebrate, and time to eat! Exploring the delicious recipes of April’s religious festivals

Religions - 27.03.2023
Praying helped during eighteenth-century disasters (but not because God intervened)

History / Archeology - Religions - 23.03.2023
Can Holocaust education prevent antisemitism?
The recent Nazi-tainted demonstration in Melbourne has highlighted the vulnerability of our ethical codes.

Religions - 23.03.2023
Ali Bhatti on Ramadan and how his faith guided him through deep loss

Health - Religions - 16.03.2023
I support Iranian women and wear my hijab
In September 2022, Mahsa Amini , a 22-year-old Iranian woman, was allegedly murdered by the Iran morality police for improperly wearing her headscarf.

Art and Design - Religions - 09.03.2023
Analysis: The world’s first Islamic art biennale shines a light on Muslim African artists

Environment - Religions - 27.02.2023
100 million for climate transition, VU researches 'hopeful cooperation'

Religions - 23.02.2023
Religious plurality in Quebec is a fact
In a new book based on a major in-person survey, a misconception is debunked: there's actually a wide diversity of religious beliefs in what's supposed to be "secular" Quebec.

Religions - Economics - 21.02.2023
Participating in specific understandings of Jewish identity through acts of paid subscription

Religions - Social Sciences - 16.02.2023
'Walking the line’ on LGBTQ+ issues does not work for Christian leaders
Three powerful Christian leaders uniting to condemn ethnic violence in South Sudan sends a strong message about Christianity's moral opposition to hatred As part of his 'Africa Tour' Pope Francis was
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