There are currently fifteen regular research seminars running in the Department, each focused on a different sub-field within Theology and Religion. Each seminar typically meets on a weekly basis, and sessions are attended by taught and research postgraduate students along with staff whose work is within this area. The format for these seminars varies, but most are centred on an extended presentation on recent research, given by an invited speaker, followed by questions and discussion. Research seminars are treated as an important part of postgraduate training and a key context for fostering academic scholarship, offering opportunities to learn about new developments in the field, engage in dialogue with guest speakers, and expand knowledge and skills through group discussion.
Concluded Seminar Series
These seminar series have now concluded.