Research Seminars in the Department of Theology & Religious Studies
The Department of Theology & Religious Studies hosts a lively assortment of research seminars on themes stretching across the research strengths of the Department.
Often seminars are given by leading figures in their fields, invited from across the UK and further afield.
Main Theology & Religious Studies research seminars
Speakers on Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, New Testament and Second Temple themes are drawn from King's, from other universities in the UK and beyond.
The Jewish Studies research seminar offers the chance to discuss innovative research with leading scholars in the field within the framework of our Jewish Studies research seminar and international workshops.
The King's Patristics and History of Philosophical Theology Seminar invites leading international scholars, but also gives young scholars a platform and, of course, all present the chance to interact and discuss recent research
This seminar series provides an opportunity to get an insight into how social scientists approach the challenging issues through empirical research and theoretical analysis.
Professor Clemens Sedmak and Professor Markus Vinzent invite people interested in the crossover of Business, Economics, Societies and Religions to this seminar series.
The themes explored range over the whole of Christian theology, as well its relations with other disciplines and other faiths. Speakers are invited from universities and other institutions in the UK, and occasionally from abroad.
The seminar on Sacred Traditions and the Arts is a joint venture between the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at King¹s and The Courtauld Institute of Art. It seeks to place researchers in dialogue who are working on any aspect of the sacred and visual culture.
Professor Markus Vinzent's postgraduate research seminars
Undergraduates or Guests are welcome, but should get in touch with email@example.com before the seminars.
Religious History of Britain 1500-1800
Organised by the Institute of Historical Research; convenors include Dr David Crankshaw (King’s)
Religion and Medicine
Hosted by the Department of History.; a seminar series, open to all, on the History of Health and Medicine at King’s College, London, generously supported by the Principal’s Innovation Fund.