Spring 2023 Research Seminar Programme

Please note: during the forthcoming industrial action, some events may be subject to change.

All are welcome to these free events. Some require Eventbrite booking. To attend in person, click here for a campus map.

Weds 8th Feb Dr Sue Yore, ‘Gastronomical Mysticism: Pleasure or Perception’,
4pm room TW105

POSTPONED Weds 15th Feb Edward Jarvis, ‘Complicit in Imperialism or Contributing to its
Downfall? The Anglican Church in Colonial Southeast Asia’, 4pm room TW105

POSTPONED Weds 22nd Feb Dr Chris Greenough, ‘Can you Adam and Eve it? Queering Heterosexuality in the Genesis Narrative’ (Marking LGBTHM) Hybrid
. 4-6pm, Fountains Lecture Theatre and online. Drinks reception.
Free tickets via Eventbrite

POSTPONED Weds 1st March Prof. Sebastian Kim, ‘Polarisation a Theological Challenge’, Online,
5-6pm (GMT). Free tickets via Eventbrite

Weds 8th March Daisy Matthews, ‘The Spiritual Lives of Sex Workers’. (Marking IWD) Hybrid event. 4-6pm, Creative Centre and online. Drinks reception.
Free tickets via Eventbrite

Weds 15th March Dr Susan Cross, ‘The Inhospitable Church? Perspectives from
Hospitality on Diversity in the Church of England’, 4pm room TW105

Weds 22nd March Dr Simon Hewitt, ‘Christianity and Marxism’, 4pm room TW105

Weds 29th March Dr Louise Child, ‘Māori Spirits, Ancestors, and Tapu in Mataku (2002) and Kaitangata Twitch (2010)’, 4pm room TW105

Thurs 27th April Mark Aloysius, SJ, ‘Loneliness and Solitude in Hannah Arendt’s Reading of Augustine’, 4pm room TW105 or online (tbc)

Weds 3rd May Round table on contemporary issue, 4pm room TW105

Weds 10th May Revd Dr Graham Adams, LKC ‘Holy Anarchy is Close at Hand’,
4pm room TW105

Weds 17th May PGR showcase: Renee Sinclair, Alisha Biggs, Alex Manniex-Bilson,
4pm room TW105