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Modernism in Wonderland: Lewis Carroll’s Modernist Afterlife

A panel discussion from the Through the Looking Glass Sesquicentenary Conference in November 2021, chaired by John Morgenstern. Contributors are Prof Michelle Witen, David Conlon, Michelle Moore, Ann Martin, and Jessica McCort.

by Helen Billam
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Mirrors and Space in/and Art

A panel discussion exploring themes of mirrors and space in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass, from the Sesquicentenary conference in November 2021. Speakers include Amanda Kennell, Rika Hiro, Charlotte Horlyck, and Peter Sachs Collopy.

by Helen Billam
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Lewis Carroll, Science, Logic & the Imagination

A roundtable from the Through the Looking Glass Sesquicentenary Conference in November 2021, chaired by Dr Melanie Keene. The contributors are Dr Alice Gorman, Dr Franziska Kohlt, Dr Amirouche Moktefi, and Professor Tom McLeish.

by Helen Billam
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Charlie Lovett – Reflections in a Looking-Glass: Christian Self-Reflection in the Life of Charles...

A keynote presentation from Lewis Carroll scholar Charlie Lovett at the Through the Looking Glass Sesquicentenary Conference in November 2021, sponsored by ECLAS and the University of York’s Humanities Research Centre.

by Helen Billam
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Saved From What? And For What?

Recordings from a clergy study day held for Southwark diocese exploring science-engaged theology linked to Covid-19. The ECLAS team presented on three topics: Finding effective science-religion narratives in the Covid-19 pandemic – and beyond, Dr...

by Helen Billam
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Reflecting on Science Fiction and Public Theology

A pair of reflections from Revd Dr Lucas Mix and Revd Prof David Wilkinson on the topic of science fiction and public theology, recorded during an online event in October 2021.

by Helen Billam
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Hovering Over the Face of the Waters – Dr Henry Uniacke from St German’s...

A talk given by Dr Henry Uniacke, co-director for the Isle of Man’s Scientists in Congregations project ‘A Green Pilgrimage’.   Dr Henry Uniacke · Public talks

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What can we learn from the Church’s response to Covid-19?

ECLAS researcher Dr Thoko Kamwendo in conversation with Adeyinka Oshin, science communicator and RCCG pastor who completed a research work placement with ECLAS. They discuss their studies into attitudes towards science among Church of England...

by Helen Billam
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Catholics at COP26

We partnered with the Laudato Si’ Movement for this event on climate science, communication, and theology during COP26 chaired by Bishop John Arnold. Speakers include Dr Lorna Gold, Dr Carmody Grey, Dr Franziska Kohlt, Lydia...

by Helen Billam
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The Sacrament of Science – Report from 2019 Scientists in Congregations project at St...

St Thomas Church in Exeter report on their 2019 Scientists in Congregations project, exploring whether science ought to be seen as a sacrament.

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Deserts beyond deserts: Beyond the wilderness with the Perseverance rover, with the Revd. Dr...

Revd Dr Pamela Conrad joined our Science for Seminaries retreat to talk about her work exploring hostile environments and designing the Mars rover, Perseverance.

by Helen Billam
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What role does science play in theological formation?

For our Science for Seminaries retreat in April 2021, we asked some of the UK’s leading theologians about the role that science plays in theological formation.

by Helen Billam
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Science et Foi (en Français)

Prof Tom McLeish examine ‘Science et Foi’ pour l’IFES, Avril 2021. Prof Tom McLeish gives a presentation on science and faith for the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES), April 2021.

by Helen Billam