Be prepared: A day in honour of Judith Lieu, May 18th 2018

A day in honour of Judith Lieu, with speakers including James Carleton Paget, Charlotte Hempel, Martin Goodman, Francis Watson, Edward Adams, Jane McLarty and Judith Lieu, will take place on Friday May 18th 2018 in the Lightfoot Room of the Faculty of Divinity. In anticipation of this event, here are bibliographical details and links for … Continue reading Be prepared: A day in honour of Judith Lieu, May 18th 2018

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Out-of-space warning

Space is at a premium, some people say. Shortly after I arrived at the Divinity Faculty Library in October 2015, I managed to secure some extra, second-hand shelves (from the British Antarctic Survey). This  added about 36m linear shelf space "downstairs"/at ground level, and ca. 87m linear shelf space "upstairs"/for books in the mezzanine level … Continue reading Out-of-space warning

2017 UG and MPhil dissertations available to consult in the Divinity Library

A selection of some of the best Undergraduate and MPhil dissertations submitted in 2017 are now available to read in the Divinity Library. The subjects highlight the remarkable range and depth of what is currently studied and taught in the Faculty, with topics including the textual criticism of the Bible, the history of Pentecostalism, and … Continue reading 2017 UG and MPhil dissertations available to consult in the Divinity Library

Be prepared: the Stanton Lectures 2018

The Stanton Lectures for 2018 will be given by Professor Joel Robbins, the Sigrid Rausing Professor of Social Anthropology in Cambridge. In anticipation of these lectures, here are bibliographical details and links for a selection of recent and key publications by Professor Robbins available in print and online to Cambridge students and staff: Book: Becoming … Continue reading Be prepared: the Stanton Lectures 2018