What Would Jesus Eat This Easter?

Dr Meredith Warren explores what may have been on the table at the Last Supper.

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Yale and Sheffield Partner to Examine the Life Worth Living

The University of Sheffield is pleased to announce a partnership bringing the ‘Life Worth Living’ course, developed by the Yale Center for Faith & Culture, to the University of Sheffield.

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Reflections on migration by people seeking sanctuary in Sheffield

The experience of involuntary migration

Dr Casey Strine and artist/art therapist Emilie Taylor have worked with asylum seekers and refugees in Sheffield to create an art exhibition reflecting upon their experiences of seeking sanctuary in the city.

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Bex Leeman: Studying RTB at Sheffield - Video
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