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  • Our PhD student will travel to New Zealand

    Our Phd student, Jo Henderson-Merrygold, will travel to New Zealand in February to work with Dr Caroline Blyth on the Hidden Perspectives NZ project at the University of Auckland.

  • Call for papers: The Gothic Bible

    SIIBS and The Centre for the History of the Gothic are pleased to announce an interdisciplinary one day conference exploring the theme 'Gothic Bible'. The conference will take place at the University of Sheffield on Tuesday 31st October 2017.

    We welcome call papers that examine the Bible, religion and theology within the Gothic.

  • Dr Katie Edwards writes for The Conversation

    Dr Katie Edwards has written a piece on how Beyoncé's pregnancy announcement challenges racist, sexist and religious stereotypes.

  • Free film screening & Panel discussion: Dara

    Free screening of a filmed theatrical production,'Dara', jointly staged by the National Theatre in London, and the Ajoka Theatre in Pakistan will take place on 20th February at 6pm.

  • Casey Strine Writes for The Huffington Post

    Our Dr Casey Strine has written a piece for The Huffington Post: Failing The ‘Religious Test’: Ancient Christianity’s Opposition To Trump’s Proposal To Prefer Christian Refugees

  • What child is this? Miraculous births and divine parents in the time of Jesus

    Our Dr Meredith Warren has written a piece for The Conversation about the miraculous births and divine parents in the time of Jesus.

  • The Future of Theology

    Hear from our Dr Casey Strine who has spoken about the future of theology for the Yale Centre for Faith and Culture at Yale Divinity School.

  • What did a dangerous woman look like in the ancient World?

    Catherine Kennedy has written an article which has been published on the Dangerous Women Project website

  • Dr Casey Strine talks about his research for the #12daysofthinking campaign

    Watch Dr Casey Strine talking about his research for the #12daysofthinking campaign.

  • PhD student publishes her article

    Our PhD student, Aysha Musa, has recently had her article published with an online journal - FORUM (University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture and The Arts).

  • WRoCAH Scholarship competition

    The deadling for The White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH) studentship application is coming fast. Don't miss out. Apply now!

  • The Great Ancient Bake-Off

    Join us for the Great Ancient Bake-Off on 12 December at 5pm, organised by the Dead Languages Society.

  • Final SIIBS seminar of the semester

    Join us for our final seminar of the semester on Monday, 12 December at 2pm in the HRI Conference Room. Dr Ela Nutu-Hall will be giving her talk entitled: 'How Salomé Fell for the Baptist: Rodin, Wilde, and Picasso as Biblical Interpreters'

  • The Dead Languages Society lecture event

    The Dead Languages Society will hold a lecture event on Friday, 9 December in Jessop West, Seminar Room 2, 5-6pm. One our of SIIBS students will be giving a talk on the Arabic language.

  • Hidden Perspectives and World Aids Day lecture

    To mark World Aids Day (1 December), we will be hosting a special 'Hidden Perspective Presents…World AIDS Day' on Monday 5 December.