6 Lectures online by Dr Minlib Dallh, Fellow for the Study of Love in Religion, Regent’s Park College, Oxford.
Thursdays 2.00 pm – 3 pm, October 22–November 26, 2020.
Zoom link for registration and attendance:
For a list of topics, and for summaries of each lecture, please click here.
We are delighted to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Tim Collins Scholarship for the Study of Love in Religion, to begin in 2021. The deadline for applications is 30 June 2021. For more details, and to find out how to apply, please visit our ‘Scholarships’ page.
You can now keep up to date with news from the Project for the Study of Love in Religion by signing up to our mailing list. Simply visit the Mailing List section of our website and enter your details. You will be kept informed of events, scholarship opportunities, and new resources available on our site.
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!
The Project for the Study of Love in Religion is pleased to announce that the annotated bibliography of love in religion is now available online. To access it, please go to the ‘Resources’ section of this website.
The annotated bibliography on love in religion provides up-to-date information on scholarship in this area. It focuses in particular on the last five years of research, but also lists much earlier important contributions to the field, including a section on major classical mystical treatises on love within the Muslim tradition. The bibliography is a work in progress and will be regularly updated. We hope that researchers in the area of love in religion will find this annotated bibliography useful.