22 november 2018AAR conference is 'candy store' for theologians
Almost 9.500 attendees were present at the annual conference of the American Academy of Religion (AAR), from 17 to 21 November in the United States. Among them PThU professor Marcel Barnard, who wrote a blog.
14 november 2018Some intercultural experiences doing field research in Malawi
PThU AIO Thandi Soko shares her experiences as a Malawian in Amsterdam, and going back to Malawi with the eyes of a researcher. Read more.
13 november 2018Erasmus+ project launched and celebrated
The official inauguration of the new cooperation project between the PThU and the Schechter Institute took place in Jerusalem yesterday. The project enables PThU- (PhD) students to study in Jerusalem with a full scholarship. Read more.
18 oktober 2018Global Christianity Website Project Granted 175.000 Euro
PThU professor Ddr. Benno van den Toren, Professor of Intercultural Theology at the PThU in Groningen, has received been awarded a total of 175.000 Euro in grants to create a website that will make African theological voices more accessible. Read more.
1 oktober 2018Prof. Rick Benjamins lecturing in Oslo
In the first week of October, prof. Rick Benjamins visited the MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society in Oslo. His visit is part of the Erasmus + project.
1 oktober 2018Dr. Oleh Kindiy to provide guest lectures at PThU Amsterdam
Dr. Oleh Kindiy from the Ukrainian Catholic University will provide guest lectures at PThU in Amsterdam between 26 September and 4 October. Read more.
16 juli 2018First international student graduated
The first international student of the academic year 2017-2018 graduated last Friday at the PThU in Groningen. Zung Bawm (Myanmar) successfully defended his thesis on with the title "The Exorcisms of Jesus in Mark as Symbolic Actions for Political Liberation".
3 juli 2018Start IRTI Summer School 2018
From 3 to 8 July 2018 the international IRTI Summer School will take place in Amsterdam on the topic 'Church and Civil Society'. About forty participants from Hungary, the Netherlands, Romania, and the US will reflect on the presence of church in society.