Resumption of MTh Ministry Studies programme in Malawi
This Friday, 21 January, Drs Ken Jeffrey and Leon van Ommen from the Divinity Department will return to Malawi to resume the MTh Ministry Studies programme with fifteen students at Zomba Theological College. The course was suspended in March 2020 following the outbreak of the Covid19 pandemic. Now, almost two...
50 Years of Art History at Aberdeen
2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the department of Art History at our University. In 1970, the University of Aberdeen appointed David G. Irwin to a lectureship in “Fine Art”. The following year, Aberdeen offered for the first time an ‘ordinary’ (first year) course in History of Art – thus...
Principal's Scholar Award for Art History Student
Allie Glew - MA History of Art, was named as a winner of the Principal's Scholar Award at a ceremony held at the University’s Kings College campus on Monday evening. The awards honour University of Aberdeen students who have excelled during their first year of study. Further information.
A Spooky Night by Candlelight at The Burn, 26-27 November 2021
Professor Karin Friedrich, Chair of Early Modern European History, recounts an extraordinary night at The Burn as Storm Arwen struck.
Studies mark new route for ex-council manager
After completing her undergraduate degree in the 1970s, Aberdeen woman Sandra Howard has graduated with a MTh in Ministry Studies. Read the full story.
Professor David Clough joins Aberdeen's Department of Divinity
A world-leading theologian and ethicist is to join the University of Aberdeen.
MTh in Ministry Studies - Book Commission for two students
Suzi Farrant and Darren Philip, recent graduates of the MTh Ministry Studies programme at Aberdeen University, have been commissioned by the Church of Scotland to write a book on Intergenerational Church that will be published next year by St Andrews Press. Darren, who serves as a Youth and Children’s Development Worker...
Divinity Professors Meet with HRH Prince Charles
HRH Prince Charles paid a private visit to St Machar's Cathedral in Old Aberdeen last week to be shown the newly renovated medieval church. The cathedral's roof, stained glass windows and historical heraldic ceiling have all be renewed in an extensive renovation project which has just concluded. Professors Paul Nimmo and...
Princeton honours Aberdeen theologian
Professor Robert Segal has been named Tiger Of The Week by the Princeton University Alumni Weekly in honour of the recent publication of a Festschrift for him: Explaining, Interpreting, and Theorizing Religion and Myth: Contributions in Honor of Robert A Segal. Professor Segal, who holds the Sixth Century Chair in Religious...
The Aberdeen Academy of Theology: Thinking and Living Faithfully
"Unveiling Scripture" Led by Prof John Behr Rubislaw Church Centre, Beaconsfield Place, Aberdeen, AB15 4AB. 9.30am – 12.30pm What is involved in reading the Bible as Scripture? And what do we see when the veil is lift? This series will explore the dynamics of the preaching of the gospel ‘in accordance with the Scriptures’,...
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