Ep. 190 Woolf Institute: Why is religion important?

Ep. 190 Woolf Institute: Why is religion important?

In Good Faith - Season 8, Episode 190

  • Mar 10, 2024 7:00 am
  • 29:39 mins
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Steve sits down in studio with Drs. Esther-Miriam Wagner and Emma Harris from the Woolf Institute of Cambridge University to discuss why the British don't "do" religion and how their institute hopes to change that attitude. Dr. Esther-Miriam Wagner is the Executive Director of the Woolf Institute and Fellow of St Edmund's College, Cambridge. She is an Affiliate Lecturer at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, and teaches on the MPhil in Middle Eastern Studies: Muslim-Jewish Relations at the University of Cambridge. She chairs Woolf Institute panels and webinars, including the Institute's How to talk about … series, which among other topics, has considered Religious rights and Freedom of Speech and Humor and Religion. Dr. Emma Harris is the Director of Grants Management and Alumni Relations at the Woolf Institute. Emma has led strategic and operational plans for teaching at the Woolf Institute. Between 2018 and 2022, she managed the Diversity in End of Life Care training program and led on the development of the Woolf Institute publication, Diversity in End of Life Care: A Handbook on Caring for Jewish, Christian and Muslim Patients.

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