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23rd June 2017
A PROFESSOR from the University of Chichester is participating in a major research project examining the religious and spiritual experiences of global seafarers after it was granted over half-a-millions pounds in research council funding. Professor Graeme Smith, of the Department of Theology,...
23rd June 2017
A PANEL of history academics and students from the University of Chichester are to examine the most dramatic periods of American politics at the Chichester Festival Theatre. The Trump Effect seminar, at 11am on Saturday 24 June, is part a themed series focusing on political and social change which...
22nd June 2017
The University of Chichester has been awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The Silver award recognises that we consistently deliver high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for our students and consistently exceed rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher...
9th June 2017
"To understand radicalism we need to look beyond the usual explanations." The University of Chichester academics investigating the complex relationship between religion, politics, and extremism including its affect on the United Kingdom and nations around the world. Questions confronting...
Religion in multi-ethnic contexts a multidisciplinary case study of global seafaring
17th November 2016
THE ways in which seafarers negotiate diverse beliefs and practice - and the role of religion in promoting or disrupting social harmony - is the subject of a new half a million-pound research project involving an academic from the University of Chichester. Dr Graeme Smith, Reader in Public Theology...
Chichester Cathedral
11th February 2016
A DEBATE of how Christian theology can remain articulate and comprehensible in Britain’s secular and multi-faith culture is the basis of a lecture at Chichester Cathedral next week. Dr Graeme Smith, a Reader in Public Theology at the University who will be attending, said: “The great themes of evil...
Chichester Cathedral
12th October 2015
Professor Stephen Pattison (Birmingham) will give a semester’s Chichester Theological Society Lecture at Chichester Cathedral at 6:30pm on Tuesday 13 October. He will explore how Jesus of Nazareth spent a good deal of his ministry transgressing the boundaries of shame and honour, leading ultimately...
University of Chichester chapel
22nd September 2015
THE work of popular poets who have written about Christian faith - including RS Thomas, Elizabeth Jennings, and Geoffrey Hill – are to be explored at the University of Chichester. A paper looking at their work, as well of that of newer poets such as Michael Symmons Roberts, Gillian Allnutt, and...
Vic Goddard - Honorary Doctorate of Education
21st September 2015
Influential figures from the world of arts, sport, and education are to be recognised for the contributions to their fields with prestigious accolades from the University of Chichester. They will each receive honorary doctorates and have been chosen to join the University’s community as their...
Prof Terry Eagleton
26th June 2015
Professor Terry Eagleton is answering the question: Was Jesus a Revolutionary? in a lecture organised by the Chichester Theological Society. One of the world’s best-known British literary and cultural theorists, Professor Eagleton, is popular for his political radicalism and his controversial...

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