Abstract submissions are invited for this multi-disciplinary academic colloquium, which will be held at Clare College, Cambridge from 26-28 March 2018.
For details of the event’s themes and how to submit an abstract, see the Call for Papers below. FULL FUNDING IS AVAILABLE FOR ACCEPTED PAPER PRESENTERS.
Registration will open on 1 October at https://readingisbelieving.eventbrite.co.uk
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‘Reading the World: Science and Sacred Texts’ weekend conference. 28-30 April 2017, Madingley Hall, Cambridge. How do people read and understand their scriptures in a scientific age? How do the scriptures relate to scientific questions surrounding human origins, cosmology and ecology? How have the Abrahamic faiths negotiated between scripture and science throughout their long histories, and how do they do so today?
Lectures from scholars of theology, philosophy, history and social science. Open to all.
What does social science bring to the science and religion discussion? A conversation with Faraday Institute researcher, Caroline Tee
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Are you an early career research scientist at a UK university? Do you also identify as a Muslim or a Christian? Would you be willing to be interviewed, anonymously, for your views on the relationship between science and religious scripture? Our project researcher, Dr Caroline Tee, will be conducting one-to-one interviews across the UK throughout summer 2016. If you meet the criteria and are interested in taking part, then please email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks and we look forward to hearing from you!
Our work was recently featured in this guest blog piece written by project RA Dr Caroline Tee for ‘Science and Religion: Exploring the Spectrum’ at Newman University in Birmingham:
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News updates, including information about the project’s research outputs, will appear here in due course