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IOCS International Conference 2022 – ‘Pavel Florensky for the 21st Century’ - 14 – 16 September 2022, Cambridge. An on-site event taking place in Cambridge at Wesley House (14 and 16 September 2022) and Westcott House (15 September). More details here.
COVID-19, Religion, Science, and the Public Square: An IOCS workshop [videos] - On Saturday 9 April 2022, Dr Sotiris Mitralexis (Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge & IOCS Cambridge) and Revd Dr Milan Đorđević (Orthodox Faculty of Theology ‘St. Clement of Ohrid’ in Skopje) convened a virtual workshop on ‘Representations of science…
Statement from IOCS on the war in Ukraine - At the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies in Cambridge, we have followed with growing sorrow and heartbreak the escalating war in Ukraine. We deplore aggression. We condemn as a great evil the targeting of civilians, especially women, children and the…
IOCS Lectureship in Oriental Orthodox Studies - The Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies in Cambridge is delighted to announce the establishment of the “IOCS Lectureship in Oriental Orthodox Studies” in partnership with the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of London and the Coptic Orthodox Church Centre UK. The Lectureship…
IOCS Sabbatical Scholarship 2023 - The Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, Cambridge is delighted to offer a Sabbatical Scholarship in Cambridge for one researcher, for a period of 10 weeks in the period 5 January – 16 March 2023.* The scholarship covers accommodation in central…