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  • PhD student writes for The Conversation

    Our PhD student, Aysha Musa has published an article with The Conversation.

  • Dr Edwards writes on Beyoncé's birth announcement for The Washington Post

    Dr Katie Edwards has written an article on Beyoncé's birth announcement for The Washington Post.

  • The Handmaid’s Tale as a Legitimate Reading of Genesis?

    Read the latest blog post from The Shiloh Project. Alison L. Joseph (Swathmore College, US), 'The Handmaid's Tale as a Legitimate Reading of Genesis?'

  • SIIBS PhD student publishes his article

    Our PhD student, Deok Hee Jung, has published his article in The Expository Times.

  • Call For Papers for The Gothic Bible Halloween Conference

    We invite the submission of abstracts for the Gothic Bible Halloween conference. The deadline for submission of paper proposals is 14th August.

  • What do you believe in, Tim Farron?

    Our Phd student, Jo Henderson-Merrygold, takes a look at the stated reasons behind Tim Farron’s resignation as Liberal Democrat leader.

  • Support group for LGBT refugee/asylum women in Sheffield

    SIIBS PhD student, Lucy Skerratt, set up LASS, a support group for LGBT refugee/asylum women in Sheffield.

  • International Refugee Week

    This week is International Refugee Week. Dr Casey Strine's essay on migration, integration, and the Bible is coming out in the volume from Jessica Kingsley Press.

  • Rape Culture in the Christian Church

    Read our latest Shiloh Project blog post by Dr Valerie Hobbs (University of Sheffield) about the rape culture in the Christian church.

  • The Shiloh Project launches their blog

    The Shiloh Project blog is now up and running. Dr Meredith Warren wrote the first piece on 'Sexual Violence and Rape Culture in the New Testament'.

  • Dr Edwards and Dr Warren write for The Conversation

    Read the latest Conversation UK piece from our Meredith Warren and Katie Edwards: "Katie Hopkins proclaims herself ‘the Jesus of the Outspoken’ – it’s a very dangerous message".

  • The Roman Feast event

    On Thursday 18 May SIIBS member Dr Meredith Warren shared her research on the meal and religion in the Roman world by hosting a Roman banquet as part of the University of Sheffield's Festival of the Arts and Humanities.

  • The Shiloh Project Launch

    On the 8 May 2017, as part of the Festival of Arts and Humanities at the University of Sheffield, The Shiloh Project was launched. This project is led by Caroline Blyth (University of Auckland), Katie Edwards (University of Sheffield) and Johanna Stiebert (University of Leeds) and will explore the intersections of rape culture and religion.

  • Call for contributions for The Shiloh Project blog

    The Shiloh Project is seeking ways to raise funds, build networks and promote research and education on rape culture and religion. We are seeking contributions - academic, pedagogical, transformative - from biblical scholars, scholars of religion, anthropologists, teachers, students, journalists - anyone who can write thoughtfully and incisively.

  • Dr Iona Hine to be interviewed by BBC Radio Sheffield

    SIIBS member Dr Iona Hine will be interviewed by BBC Radio Sheffield Saturday Breakfast Show this weekend.