From 2020, CTPI is welcoming applications for two new fellowships for scholars whose work relates to public theology: the IASH-CTPI Duncan Forrester Fellowship for emerging scholars, and the Combe Trust Fellowships for established scholars.
In recent years, increasing numbers of theorists and practitioners of peacebuilding have begun to recognise the potential of the creative arts for contributing to processes of peacebuilding and conflict transformation.
The Project on Religion and Ethics in the Making of War and Peace is based at the University of Edinburgh, and works with a network of partners across the world, both within academia and from militaries and humanitarian and peace-building organisations.
The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Peace
In the Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Peace, a team of renowned scholars delivers an authoritative and interdisciplinary sourcebook that addresses the key concepts, history, theories, models, resources, and practices in the complex and ambivalent relationship between religion and peace. The editors have included contributions from a wide range of perspectives and locations that reflect diverse methods and approaches.
Events around COP26
In October-November 2021, we hosted a series of events in support of the Glasgow climate summit, COP26
Media & Theology
The project aimed to help extend theological media literacy, and thus further contribute to this swiftly expanding field of study.
The Religion in the Shaping of European Cultural Identity project explores how different religious groups in Europe interact with the idea and reality of a common European cultural identity.