School of Divinity news articles from 2021.

The latest news about our 175th Anniversary year

The School of Divinity and the Edinburgh Jewish Studies Network are keen to support suitable candidates working in Modern Jewish Studies to apply for the above scholarship.

In December 2020, The Royal Scottish Academy of Art and Architecture elected Professor Mona Siddiqui as Speaker and Honorary Member.

Dr Shadaab Rahemtulla and Dr Sara Ababneh presented a webinar on Monday 1 February, titled "The Prophet and Khadija: Partners in Marriage."

Uncover important themes in the history of Christian-Muslim relations and understand the politics that continue to shape it in this new free online course.

Details of Professor Bill Shaw's Memorial Service.

The School of Divinity is currently offering an exciting student employment opportunity for individuals to work as Digital Student Voice Ambassadors on a part-time, flexible basis.

Professor Mona Siddiqui will deliver this year’s Kings College, London F.D. Maurice Lecture. The event will take place 16 March 4.30-6pm GMT on Microsoft Teams.

Divinity graduates Marc, Kirsty, Tommie, Joanna and Marcus feature on this month's Multi Story Edinburgh podcast.

The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) has revealed its newly selected 2021 Fellows and, we are pleased to announce that the Head of the School of Divinity, Professor Helen Bond, has been appointed to the society

The School of Divinity and ResLife are pleased to announce the winners of the ‘Staying Grateful during a Global Pandemic’ writing competition

Two School of Divinity students have been awarded Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) studentships by the Scottish Graduate School of Arts and Humanities (SGSAH), one of the most prestigious awards available.

Dr Suzanna Millar has obtained her PG CAP (PG Certificate in Academic Practice).

Congratulations to Dr Philippa Townsend who has been recognised for her work in advancing diversity in Divinity.

A new edition of George Mackay Brown’s seminal work “An Orkney Tapestry” edited by Linden Bicket and the University of Glasgow's Kirsteen McCue is out now.

The School of Divinity will welcome Marissa Clarke to the Graduate School in September.

The School of Divinity is supporting an AHRC doctoral project in the University of Glasgow.

School of Divinity student, Sam Nwokoro has won Student Tutor of the Year in this year's EUSA Teaching Awards

Dr Shadaab Rahmtulla features on the 'Decolonising the Curriculum – Sharing Ideas' podcast

The School of Divinity is to receive a substantial legacy from the late Reverend Professor Bill Shaw, Scotland’s most senior theologian and a former Principal of New College.

Congratulations to all our students who have been awarded prizes by the School of Divinity.

Dr Hannah Holtschneider delivered her Opening Lecture, ‘Touching Jewish History: family’ on Wednesday 15 September as part of the Welcome Week festivities.

At this year’s Winter Graduations, Dr Emma Wild-Wood and Dr Sara Parvis were joint winners of one of five 2021 Principal’s Medals

As part of the New College 175th anniversary events, the School held a panel event – Lost in Translation - that looked at the ways that women are typically ‘lost’ or marginalised by Scriptural translations (both of the Bible and the Quran).

The Edinburgh Buddhist Studies network (EBS) is delighted to announce the appointment of its first ever schools outreach officer