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  • 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.

  • Dr Casey Strine will be presenting a paper at the STOS Summer Meeting

    Dr Casey Strine will be presenting a paper at the Centenary Summer Meeting of the Society for Old Testament Study 17—20 July 2017.

  • Dr Edwards and PhD student write for The Conversation

    Our Dr Katie Edwards and SIIBS PhD student, Emma Nagouse, wrote an article for The Conversation on the Bible and victim-blaming.

  • Sex, Rape and Social History – The Case of the Bible

    The Shiloh Project co-director, Johanna Stiebert from the Unviersity of Leeds writes a blog post for History Matters.

  • Festival of Arts and Humanities Podcast

    Listen to the Festival of Arts and Humanities Podcast with The Shiloh Project co-director Katie Edwards and doctoral researcher in the Bible and rape culture Emma Nagouse.

  • Tales of Luther and a Sheffield ‘Pint of Science’

    Marking the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 theses, Dr Iona Hine is sharing insight about Luther’s influence on the English Bible and modern society with a range of Sheffield audiences.

  • 'The Image Speaks' Exhibition Launch

    The launch of 'The Image Speaks 2017' exhibition took place on Tuesday April 25th. The Image Speaks exhibition is a collaboration between eight PhD students from across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and photographer Andy Brown.

  • SIIBS students gave papers at the Talking Bodies conference at the University of Chester

    Our Phd students, Jo Henderson-Merrygold and Lucy Skerratt, attended the Talking Bodies conference at the University of Chester last week both giving papers in the 'Queer Biblical Bodies' section.

  • SIIBS member announced the publication of a collected volume

    Dr Fred Tappenden (SIIBS External member, McGill University) has announced the publication of a collected volume, co-edited with Dr Carly Daniel-Hughes (Concordia University, Canada).

  • SIIBS Research Seminar resumes on Monday, 24 April.

    Our research reminars begin again next Monday 24th April with Dr Iona Hine (University of Sheffield), 'From Luther to Lambeth Palace: The reception of strangers in European Bibles'.

  • The Shiloh Project Launch

    On 8 May, we will be holding the launch event of The Shiloh Project. The project is a joint initiative between the Universities of Sheffield, Leeds and Auckland will foster research into the phenomenon of rape culture, throughout history and within contemporary society.

  • 'What Would Jesus Eat This Easter? A First Century Menu for the Last Supper'

    Our Dr Meredith Warren has written an Easter blog post for History Matters. "What Would Jesus Eat This Easter? A First Century Menu for the Last Supper".