In conversation…. Series 2020-21

This new series of virtual seminars brings researchers and teachers together through conversation about Religion and Worldviews. In each session the researcher will give a very brief summary of a key piece of research or project and invite participants to ask questions, provide feedback and comment. Each session is hosted by a teacher, adviser or member of the Culham St Gabriel’s Team.

In Conversation… events for Spring and Summer 2021 are:

Wednesday 13th January 7-8pm In conversation with Emeritus Professor Trevor Cooling

Theme: Worldviews in Religious Education.

You may want to read the following before the event: https://www.theosthinktank.co.uk/research/2020/10/21/worldviews-in-religious-education

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Wednesday 20th January 4.15-5.15pm In conversation with Celine Benoit

Theme: Worldviews- multi-disciplinary perspectives

You may want to read the following before the event: https://www.religiouseducationcouncil.org.uk/news/literaturereview/

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Wednesday 10th February 4.15-5.15pm In conversation with Dr Lois Lee

Theme: Non-religious worldviews.

You may want to find out about Lois’ work here: https://www.kent.ac.uk/european-culture-languages/people/1661/lee-lois

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Wednesday 3rd March 7-8pm In conversation with Stephen Pett

Theme: Challenging knowledge in RE: big questions, different perspectives

You may want to find out more about Stephen’s project here: https://www.templetonworldcharity.org/projects-database/challenging-knowledge-re-big-questions-different-perspectives

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Wednesday 17th March 4.15-5.15pm In conversation with Professor Lynn Revell and Dr Kate Christopher

Theme: Teaching Islam as a worldview

You may want to find out about Lynn and Kate’s work here: https://www.cstg.org.uk/grants/projects/grants-awarded/

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Spaces are strictly limited to allow everyone to participate fully in each session. Once registered joining details will be sent out at least one week prior to the event. Some sessions may include pre-reading.