The Human Mind Project Interviews: Ziauddin Sardar

The Human Mind Project launches today ( 12 December 2013) with a FREE public evening panel session held at Senate House, London. The project seeks to co-ordinate an international effort to define the major intellectual challenges in understanding the nature and significance of the human mind. Central to its success is collaboration across conventional disciplinary… Continue reading The Human Mind Project Interviews: Ziauddin Sardar

Pick of the Week: Judaism and Islam in the Mind of Europe – The Study of the Abrahamic Religions In the Nineteenth Century

Thursday 6 June 2013 This workshop will seek to initiate a broad synthetic and comparative study of the intellectual, cultural and religious context of the nineteenth-century study of comparative religion. Organised by: Guy Stroumsa (Oxford), Peter Mack and Charles Burnett (Warburg Institute) Speakers: Theodor Dunkelgrün (Cambridge), Bernhard Maier (Tübingen), Suzanne Marchand (Louisiana State), Andrea Schatz… Continue reading Pick of the Week: Judaism and Islam in the Mind of Europe – The Study of the Abrahamic Religions In the Nineteenth Century