The Michael Ramsey Centre for Anglican Studies promotes pioneering interdisciplinary research into the global Anglican tradition in all its depth and diversity. The Centre reflects the foundational and formative role of the Church of England in the history of Durham University, and the legacy of Durham’s scholar-bishops as embodied in the life and ministry of Michael Ramsey. The Centre is an inclusive community of distinguished researchers from a broad range of disciplines, and is committed to the highest standards of research and the deepest academic engagement with the theology, life, history and traditions of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
- CFP: ‘From Rebellion to Reconciliation’ Anglican-Catholic relations conference
- Centre celebrates end of second year with Michael Ramsey Lecture
- Centre Director Prof Snape leads Hensley Henson study day
- Symposium on Barclay’s 'Paul and the Gift'
- Recent publications from centre's Associate Director, Prof Mike Higton
- Inaugural Robbins Lecture held at Sarum College, Salisbury