Academic Year 2023-2024

Michaelmas Term 2023

Monday 16th October, 4.00-5:30pm BST

Annual Henry Martyn Day Lecture

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online. The speaker will join in-person.

EVANGELICAL THEOLOGY IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING WORLD DURING THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

Prof David Bebbington, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Stirling

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Tuesday 31st October, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online. The speaker will join in-person.

CHINESE CHRISTIANITY: WHY POSTERS CAN CHANGE OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE CHINESE CHRISTIAN PAST

Dr Daryl Ireland, Associate Director, Centre for Global Christianity and Mission, Boston University

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Tuesday 21st November, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online. The speaker will join in-person.

SLAVERY AND THE MORAVIAN MISSION

Dr Heike Hernandez, Associate Professor of American Studies, University of Würzburg


Tuesday 28th November, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online. The speaker will join in-person.

THINKING ABOUT MISSIONARIES CHILDREN IN THE HISTORY OF MISSIONS

Dr Hugh Morrison, Associate Professor, University of Otago, New Zealand


Academic Year 2022-2023

Easter Term 2023


Wednesday 3rd May, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online

AFRICAN CHRISTIANITY THROUGH THE LENS OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN LITERATURE: CREATIVE AND CRITICAL REPRESENTATIONS

Prof Adriaan van Klinken, Professor of Religion and African Studies, University of Leeds


Wednesday 17th May, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online

URBAN PENTACOSTALISM IN KENYA

Dr Kyama Mugambi, Assistant Professor of World Christianity, Yale Divinity School

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Lent Term 2023


Wednesday 1st February, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Room 4, Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online

MISSIONARY CHILDREN IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUANDA MISSION

Dr Hannah Briscoe, PhD History, University of Birmingham

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Wednesday 15th February, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online

POPULISM, CONSERVATIVISM AND RELIGION IN POST-IMPEACHMENT BRAZIL

Prof Joanildo Burity, Lead Researcher, Joaquim Nabuco Foundation, Brazil


Wednesday 1st March, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online

WOMEN IN WORLD CHRISTIANITY: BUILDING AND SUSTAINING A GLOBAL MOVEMENT

Dr Gina Zurlo, Co-Director, Center for the Study of Global Christianity, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary


Wednesday 15th March, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online

BUILDING THE KINGDOM: PENTECOSTALISM AND ETHICAL-POLITICAL LIFE IN BRAZIL

Dr Priscilla Garcia, Postdoctoral Researcher & Teaching Associate, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge


Michaelmas Term 2022


Wednesday 2nd November, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Room 7, Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online

AFTER RUPTURE: VISIONS OF HISTORY, SPIRITUAL BELONGING AND THEOLOGICAL REPAIR AMONGST NIGERIAN PENTECOSTALS

Dr Naomi Richman, Junior Research Fellow in Anthropology at Trinity College, University of Cambridge

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Wednesday 30th November, 4.00-5:30pm GMT

Room 4, Faculty of Divinity, 25 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP & Online

ART PRACTICE AS INTERFAITH DIALOGUE

Dr Pavlína Kašparová, Academic Coordinator, The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide

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Academic Year 2021-2022

2022 Seminars CCCWDownload

EASTER TERM 2022

SEMINAR: Wednesday 4th May, 4.00-5:30pm BST

A ‘SYNCRETISM OF PIETY’: IMAGINING GLOBAL PROTESTANTISM IN EARLY EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BOSTON, TRANQUEBAR, AND HALLE

Prof. Jan Stievermann, Professor of the History of Christianity in the U.S., Heidelberg University

More information can be found here.

BOOK LAUNCH AND DISCUSSION: Wednesday 25th May, 4.00-5.30pm BSTFROM HENRY MARTYN TO WORLD CHRISTIANITY: CAMBRIDGE CENTRE FOR CHRISTIANITY WORLDWIDE

by Ian Randall, Graham Kings and Muthuraj Swamy | Both in person and onlineFor more information, please see here.


SEMINAR: Wednesday 8th June, 4.00-5.30pm BSTA NEW CHRISTIANITY: NATIVE ELITES BETWEEN ESOTERICISM, SCIENCE, AND AFRICAN TRADITION IN LATE 19TH CENTURY NIGERIA

Dr Judith Bachmann, Research and Teaching Fellow, Religious Studies and Intercultural Theology, University of HeidelbergFor more information, please see here.

LENT TERM 2022

SEMINAR: Wednesday 2nd February, 4.00-5.30pm GMT

A GOSPEL FOR THE POOR: MISIÓN INTEGRAL AND THE LATIN AMERICAN EVANGELICAL LEFT IN THE SHADOW OF THE COLD WAR

Dr David C. Kirkpatrick, Associate Chair, Department of Philosophy & Religion, James Madison University, Virginia.


BOOK LAUNCH: Wednesday 16th February, 4.00-5.30pm GMTNOURISHING MISSION: THEOLOGICAL SETTINGS (Brill, 2022) by Graham Kings | Both in person and online

Speakers: Rt Revd Prof Joseph Galgalo, Assistant Bishop, All Saints Cathedral Diocese, Kenya and former Vice Chancellor of St Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya; Prof Kirsteen Kim, Professor of World Christianity, Fuller Theological Seminary, USA and an Editor of the Brill series, ‘Theology and Mission in World Christianity’; Prof David Ford, Emeritus Regius Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge; Revd Dr Muthuraj Swamy, Director, Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide; Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings, Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Ely and Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide.Special Offer Discount Code (25%) on purchases from Brill : 72225


WEBINAR: Wednesday 2nd March, 4.00-5.30pm GMTNETWORKED SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, NETWORKED PUBLIC THEOLOGY: THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE HONG KONG PROTESTS TO WORLD CHRISTIANITY


Dr Calida Chu, Teaching Fellow, School of Divinity, University of EdinburghCalida ChuDownload