The executive board of the Global Network for Public Theology (GNPT) is pleased to announce its Call for Papers for the upcoming consultation of the GNPT. The consultation will be held September 23rd–26th, 2019 at the Dietrich-Bonhoeffer-Research-Centre for Public Theology, University of Bamberg, Germany. The following information can be downloaded.....
Commencing 27 Oct 2019 10:00 am - 30 Oct 2019 12:30 pm
The 8th International Conference on Ageing and Spirituality will be held in Canberra 27 - 30 October 2019 at Old Parliament House. PaCT is pleased to be a partner of this conference which first began in Canberra about 20 years ago. The theme of the conference is 'Changing Cultures of...
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01 Apr 2019
Dr Zuleyha Keskin is a PaCT Fellow and Senior Lecture at the Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation (CISAC), Charles Sturt University. She has published a piece on Australian Muslim Times called "Back from Christchurch with great sadness" where she.
25 Mar 2019
PaCT fellow and Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Contemporary Studies at the Centre of Islamic Studies and Civilisation at Charles Sturt University Dr Derya Iner was recently interviewed by Dr Meredith Lake from ABC’s Soul Search program about Islamphobia and.
22 Mar 2019
The Director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisation and PaCT fellow Associate Professor Mehmet Ozalp has written an opinion piece published on ABC Religion and Ethics about the ideology of Brenton Tarrant, the man accused of murdering 50.
18 Mar 2019
PaCT Fellow and manager of UnitingChurch world's partnerships in the Pacific was recently interviewed by Dr Meredith Lake from ABC's Soul Search about Coconut Theology and Climate Change. She explained how she is rethinking the Christianity she grew up with.
25 Feb 2019
PaCT Fellow and Lecturer at the Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisations (CISAC) Dr Mahsheed Ansari recently participated in a Women in Scripture Reasoning Day which explored the theme of ‘Sarah and Hagar’ in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The event.