School of Divinity events from 2022.

The Scottish Network for Religion and Literature is delighted to host a discussion between James McGonigal and David Jasper on Edwin Morgan's A.D. A Trilogy of Plays on the Life of Jesus.

Join scholars Dr Naomi Appleton (University of Edinburgh) and Dr Chris Jones (University of Cambridge) for an informative and entertaining tour through Buddhist literature, ideas, and practices, and gain access to some new resources for teaching Buddhism in your own classroom

Dr Shadaab Rahmetulla delivers a seminar at the Oxford Center for Religion and Culture

Professor Paul Fiddes delivers the first annual lecture in honour of the late Professor DWD Shaw

The Scottish Network for Religion and Literature hosts their next event in their 'In conversation with...' series

Join music journalist and author Jessica Duchen as she speaks with internationally recognised composer Roxanna Panufnik about the spiritual and religious dimensions of her work as a composer.

Join us for a rehearsed reading of a play by Jessica Duchen about Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, with student actors from the University of Edinburgh, Andy Holian and Diani Teixeira.

Professor Helen Bond talks about her new book, 'Women Remembered: Jesus' Female Disciples', at Blackwell's Bookshop

This Lent, Professors Helen Bond and Joan Taylor discuss their new publication 'Women Remembered: Jesus' Female Disciples'

Father Jarel Robinson-Brown delivers a public lecture as part of this New College Pride event.

A service of Christian worship is held to mark the end of the teaching session

Professor Susan Neiman, Director of the Einstein Forum in Potsdam, delivers a series of six lectures titled 'Heroism for a time of victims'

In this lecture, Revd Dr Malcolm Guite will explore the way Shakespeare’s account of the poetic imagination might offer some paradigms to help us explore the mystery of the incarnation, and how in turn the idea of incarnation might deepen our understanding of poetry. 

An interactive online CPD event for Ministers.

A hybrid lecture titled 'Helen Sutherland and David Jones: "orts, scraps and fragments"' delivered by Frances Spalding

Dr Anna Svendsen will discuss how David Jones's work explores the relationship between the suffering of WWI soldiers, pre-Christian sacrificial figures, and the eternal sacrifice of Christ

An online book launch for the volume 'Narrative Visions and Visual Narratives in Indian Buddhism' hosted by the Edinburgh Buddhist Studies Network

An online book launch for Dr Matthew Novenson's new book 'Paul, Then and Now'

The Scottish Network for Religion and Literature is hosting a book launch for Christine De Luca's new novel

Dr Matthew Novenson delivers this year's New College Opening Lecture.

16 September, 12.15pm, Assembly Hall

An interactive online CPD event for Ministers and Worship Leaders

We are delighted to invite you to the first Whole School Research Seminar of the academic year.

A book launch, discussion and reception for James L. Cox's publication 'A Phenomenology of Indigenous Religions: Theory and Practice (Bloomsbury)'

Come along and join in the formal induction of Rev Professor Alison Jack as Principal of New College

Join us for this year's New College Black History Lecture where we host a conversation with Imam Mustafa Briggs about his new book, "Beyond Bilal: Black History in Islam."

Following our highly successful literary festival the ‘Winter Tales’ in 2021, the School of Divinity, is delighted to host this year's event.

A colloquium engaging questions surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to remove women’s constitutional right to abortion in the United States

Professor Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad of Lancaster University delivers this year's Gunning Lectures

An academic Conference exploring the role AI can play in pastoral care