Conferences and workshops
Forthcoming conferences and workshops involving the Department of Theology and Religious Studies and Centre of Theology and Philosophy at Nottingham will be featured here.
The Soul Conference, 28 June-1 July 2013
The Soul will draw together philosophers, theologians, anthropologists and scientists from around the world to debate the nature of the soul in relation to consciousness, mind and material life. More information.
Return to the Origins: The Qur'ān's Reformation of Judaism and Christianity, 20-21 January 2013
A meeting of leading international scholars dedicated to the question of how the Quran relates to forms of Judaism and Christianity of its time.
Thiselton Conference, 29 June 2012
The Future of Biblical Interpretation: Responsible Plurality in Biblical Hermeneutics.
31st Annual British New Testament Conference, 1-3 September 2011
The University of Nottingham had the honour of hosting the BNTC 2011. This annual conference brings together scholars from across the United Kingdom to explore various areas of research on the New Testament. The conference was divided into plenary sessions featuring key note speakers (Andrew Lincoln, Paul Foster, Lutz Doering, James Dunn and Larry Hurtado) and seminar groups for specific topics related to the New Testament.
4th CoTP Conference – What is Life?, 24-28 June 2011
The Centre of Theology and Philosophy, in partnership with JPII University and the Copernicus Foundaton, hosted its fourth international conference, entitled “What is Life?: Theology, Science, and Philosophy”, in Kraków, Poland.
Christian Social Teaching and the Politics of Money, 9-10 July 2009
An International Conference on Religion and the Recession.
The Pope and Jesus of Nazareth, 19-20 June 2008
The Centre of Theology and Philosophy and Department of Theology and Religious Studies hosted a Workshop 'The Pope and Jesus of Nazareth' at The University of Nottingham.