Spirituality, Theology & Health Seminar Programme (2013, Durham University)

Spirituality, Theology & Health seminar programme (Michaelmas 2013)

These seminars are open to all staff and students of Durham University and to the general public. However, please be aware that they are aimed at a postgraduate level and are therefore especially suitable for MA, PhD and DThM students, as well as for others engaged in postgraduate study in relevant areas of enquiry.

If you would like to attend any of these seminars, please send an e-mail to Charidimos Koutris in order to ensure that a place is reserved for you.

Forgetting and the God-forsaken: The Apophasis of Forgiveness
Simon D. Podmore, Dr, Lecturer in Systematic Theology at Liverpool Hope University
Thursday 14 November 2013 (4.30-6pm)
Seminar Room ER152, Room 152, Elvet Riverside 1, Durham University, 83 New Elvet, Durham‎

Religious experience or psychiatric symptom?
Andrew Sims, Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, University of Leeds & Past President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Thursday 5 December 2013 (4.30-6pm)
Seminar Room ER152, Room 152, Elvet Riverside 1, Durham University, 83 New Elvet, Durham‎

Spirituality, religion and mental health: perspectives and challenges
Mrs Julia Head,  Specialist Chaplain/Joint Team Leader (Research and Development),  Spiritual & Pastoral Care Service/Strategy & Business Development Directorate SLaM
Thursday 12 December 2013 (4.30-6pm)
Seminar Room ER152, Room 152, Elvet Riverside 1, Durham University, 83 New Elvet, Durham

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