Twitter Link Facebook link
Professional bodies in the fields of belief, history and sociology have expressed dismay about plans to dismantle the department which deals with religion at Stirling University.
Following the recent reports of continuing concern from students at the University of Stirling over the imperilled future of the globally recognised religion programme there, we have received anoth
Despite public assurances, the threat of redundancy against religion scholars at the University of Stirling has not been removed, and nor has any commitment been made to rescind the threat to wind
The University and Colleges Union has confirmed that, despite some claims to the contrary, staff in the threatened religion department are still facing redundancy notices.
One of Britain's most senior educationists has asked the Principal of the University of Stirling to maintain its globally-recognised religious studies programme.
The Universities and Colleges Union, along with our friends at the Critical Religion Association, the independent network of scholars with whom we collaborate, have created a petition through 38 De
The University of Stirling has responded to concern over the imminent closure of its religion department, but the situation remains hugely uncertain.
In just 72 hours, hundreds of messages have been transmitted in opposition to the University of Stirling's proposal to close its programme on religion with immediate impact [see links below].
The University of Stirling’s plans to close its globally-recognised teaching and research on religion in contemporary society is causing widespread concern.
A Scottish university with an important track record of independent, critical enquiry on the impact of religion is planning to scrap its pioneering religion department.
become anEkklesia Partner
Select the newsletter(s) to which you want to subscribe or unsubscribe.
As Parliament prepares to debate next steps in Syria, Quakers in Britain have issued a statement.
Tweets by @Ekklesia_co_uk