Woolf Institute Research Day 2020
Our annual Research Day, highlighting the work of Woolf Institute researchers and associates in 5-minute presentations, will be streamed live allowing you to be part of it wherever you are in the world.
The programme for 2020 is:
Session 1: 12pm-1pm
Julian Hargreaves - The Woolf Institute's Diversity Study of England and Wales 2020
Lea Taragin-Zeller - Public Health, Religion and COVID-19
Merav Rosenfeld-Hadad - The Living in Harmony Project: Facts and Insights After Two Years of Research
Chris Cooper-Davies - Interfaith in Interwar Iraq: Shi'i Anti-sectarian Campaigners in Najaf, 1918 - 1941
Tobias Müller - Orthodox Masculinities: Money, Love and God in North London Dunya Habash - "Shall We Sing When We are at War?": Syria's Shifting Cultural Imaginary
Session 2: 2pm-3pm
Philip Wood - Arabia, Arabic and Arabians from the Nabateans to the Umayyads'
Lina Molokotos - Interfaith Engagement One Joke at a Time
Ani Avetisyan - Lost Judaeo-Arabic Medical Manuscripts of Matenadaran
Sam Victor - Evangelicals and the Creation of Pluralist Spaces in Nashville, Tennessee
Christopher Wadibia - Nigerian Pentecostalism and Development Theologies: Assessing the Theologies That Underpin the RCCG's Christian Social Responsibility Programme
Katherine O'Lone - Measuring Success: How Best to Assess the Impact of Interfaith Dialogue
Session 3: 3.30pm-4.30pm
Hina Khalid - 'Harmonising the Universal and the Particular: The Configuration of Religious and National Identities in Colonial India'
Alissa Symon - Why do American Jews Intervene in Israeli Politics?
Ed Kessler - Preparing a Documentary History of Jewish-Christian Relations: From New Testament Times to the Modern Day. Possibilities and Pitfalls
Tara Zammit - Taking the Institute Online: Podcasts, Teaching and Public Relations
Gorazd Andrejč - tbc
Mohammed Ahmed - What Do Later Islamic Texts Divulge about Early Muslim-Jewish Relations?
How to book
Register for your free place here: https://bit.ly/3o7ZuA9
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