Woolf Institute Summer School 2020: ‘Religion and Society from the Medieval to the Modern’

APPLICATIONS are now being accepted for the Woolf Institute Summer School 2020:

Religion and Society from the Medieval to the Modern

The Summer School examines the interactions between religion and society and between the different religious communities in Europe and the Middle East from the medieval era to modern times. This module introduces students to the study of religion in society and to different aspects of the history of interfaith relations in Europe and in the Middle East. It aims to equip students with the required analytical tools, bibliographical background and the necessary objectivity for the study of interfaith relations.

This programme of study offers participants the opportunity to draw on the research and teaching expertise of academics and doctoral scholars at the Woolf Institute, as well as academics within Cambridge. The curriculum will include an interdisciplinary approach to the study of interreligious and interfaith relations.

Join us for an accredited MA module or receive a Woolf Institute Certificate of Completion.

Participants sit alongside Master’s students from the Cambridge Theological Federation studying for a Master’s degree accredited by Anglia Ruskin University.

10% EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Apply now and pay by 31 January 2020

The final deadline for applications is 3 May 2020.

For further information and how to apply, visit the Summer School webpage:

https://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/study/summer-schools

 

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