We are delighted to invite applications from current and prospective DPhil students at the University of Oxford for the Tim Collins Scholarship for the Study of Love in Religion. The closing date for applications is 30 April 2021. Further details can be found on the Scholarships section of this website.
We are delighted to announce that several of the papers given at our International Consultation ‘Love in Religion: The Cutting-Edge Issues’, which took place in November 2016 at Regent’s Park College, are now available on this website, in our ‘Resources’ section.
These papers represent the insights of scholars from a range of religious traditions and academic disciplines, all responding to the question ‘What do you believe to be the “frontier” or “cutting-edge” research issues on the topic of the place of love – both divine and human – in religion, as seen from the perspective of your particular discipline?’
We will be posting more papers in the coming weeks – watch this space!
Prof. HRH Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad and Prof. Paul Fiddes spoke together at an event held at the Piccadilly branch of Waterstones bookshop in London, to mark the launch of Prince Ghazi’s new book, A Thinking Person’s Guide to Islam: The Essence of Islam in Twelve Verses from the Quran. The speakers addressed the subject of love from their respective faith traditions, and introduced the audience to the project for ‘the Study of Love in Religion’ in Oxford. Continue reading “Book launch and discussion at Waterstones, London – Piccadilly on 27 March 2017”
The International Consultation on ‘Love in Religion: The Cutting-Edge Issues’ was held at Regent’s Park College, on 9-12 November 2016, with generous support from the John Templeton Foundation.
The Project’s purpose of this consultation was to bring together leading scholars from a
variety of disciplinary and religious backgrounds to identify the cutting-edge issues within the topic of love in religion Continue reading “International Consultation on ‘Love in Religion: The Cutting-Edge Issues’”
The Language of the Human and the Language of Love: A Dialogue Between Neuroscience and Religion was held at Regent’s Park College on the 15th of October 2016. This colloquium was part of a two-day event held jointly by King’s College London and the Project for the Study of Love in Religion. Continue reading “The Language of the Human and the Language of Love”
Love in Classical Islamic Texts: A Day Consultation held in Oxford on 5 December 2016.