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The Dean's Inaugural Lectures

The Revd Professor Richard BurridgeInaugural Lecture as Professor of Biblical Interpretation

The inaugural lecture of the Revd Professor Richard Burridge as Professor of Biblical Interpretation was entitled:

(Re-) tell me the old, old Story: Narrative, Genre and the Bible

This lecture was given on 12 May 2011 in the Edmund J Safra lecture theatre at King's College London.

You can listen to a podcast of the lecture which also includes Professor Sir Richard Trainor's welcome and introduction as Principal of King's College London and the response by Professor Andrew Lincoln, Portland Professor of New Testament Studies at the University of Gloucestershire, and previous President of the British New Testament Society.

Inaugural Lecture as Dean of King's College London

Professor Burridge's inaugural lecture as Dean of King's College London was entitled:

The King's Values?  Consumer Culture and Higher Education

The Dean's inaugural lecture, delivered over fifteen years ago considers the role of consumerism in Higher Education.

The lecture was delivered on 9 October 1995 and you can read a copy of the lecture here.

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