Posted: 26 October 2012
Arguing that women’s experience of religion is still marked by some elements of subordination and passivity, Professor Tina Beattie writes about the ‘quiet transformation’ that is taking place through women’s increasing activity as scholars of religion and through their ‘grass-roots experience’ (The Tablet, 8 Sept. 2012). This was the background, context and inspiration for the 3-day conference that she has organised with Dr Simonetta Calderini, ‘Women, Authority and Leadership in Christianity and Islam (Roehampton, Sept. 2012). With speakers from Africa, the Middle East, USA, Europe and Australia, this major conference will examine the spaces that women are making in those religions in the contemporary world. ‘What the papers have in common,‘ Tina says, ‘is a willingness to look with fresh eyes at what is changing in the roles and expectations of religious women today’.
Lecturer is appointed to advise the Scottish Government on human rights
A Senior Law Lecturer at the University of Roehampton has been appointed as a member on a new expert panel, advising on the future of human rights in Scotland.
Posted: 17 January 2018
University celebrates a decade of Ministerial Theology
The Department of Humanities celebrates ten successful years of providing Ministerial Theology.
Posted: 1 December 2017
Roehampton students work with Category A prisoners at HMP Belmarsh
Third year Criminology students at the University of Roehampton will be visiting Belmarsh prisoners with playwright and youth worker, Nathan Lucky Wood, at the prison in Thamesmead today as part of their degree.
Posted: 22 November 2017