Religions and Theology
Academic staff: 21
Research postgraduates: 62
Religions and Theology organises most of its postgraduate teaching and research around the activities of its research centres:
- Applied South Asian Studies
- Biblical Studies
- Jewish Studies
- Public Theology
- Religion and Political Culture
Research activity is also undertaken in a wide range of Christian Studies.
Religions and Theology is highly interdisciplinary and encourages study from historical, anthropological, textual, sociological, theological, ethical and philosophical perspectives.
Regular research seminars and international colloquia, together with the activities of externally-funded research projects, make for a stimulating research culture.