1 November 2019PThU starts first edition of Initial Graduate School in Groningen
Last week the first edition of the Initial Graduate School (IGS) started at the PThU in Groningen with 20 participants from Africa, Asia, and Europe. Read more.
10 October 2019Off to Oxford: PThU students' blog
Eight PThU students visited Oxford last March to join the student community of Wycliffe Hall for a few days of theological study. They wrote their day-by-day experiences down in a blog. Read more.
23 September 2019Meet new Senior Researcher Dr. Bosco Bangura
On July 1st, 2019, Dr J. B. Bangura (Bosco) has started working at the Beliefs department of the PThU in Groningen as a Senior Researcher, African Pentecostalism and Migration in Flanders & the Netherlands. He introduces himself.
2 August 2019Call for Applications ReIReS DH Course Sofia, November 2019
The University of Sofia launched the call for applications for its ReIReS Course on "Digital Resources for Slavonic-Byzantine Studies", which will be held November 19-21, 2019. The course is focused on presenting research tools for facilitating and boosting Slavonic-Byzantine Studies. Especially – but not only – PhD students and postdocs are welcome.
31 July 2019Call for Papers - PThU and Stellenbosch consultation 29-30 October 2019
You are invited to submit a proposal for a paper at the consultation, on a topic within the range of the theme: Building home, changing homes, evaluating home: A critical engagement with theological methodologies.
22 July 2019€5000 Scholarship for Exeptional Master Students
Educations.com is offering a €5000 scholarship to one ambitious Master’s student studying abroad in Europe in the fall of 2020. The scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding leader that is motivated to positively change the world.
12 July 2019Bart-Tagung 2020: Call for Papers
38th Karl-Bart-Tagung gets a new format. English will be the main language and anyone interested in contributing a paper connected with our theme is welcome to send a proposal.
5 July 2019Course about Jerusalem unites Christian, Jewish and Muslim students
Some 20 students from different European study programs and from a wide range of backgrounds participated in the first summer school on “Jerusalem and the Three Religions”