‘The March Is Not Ended’: ‘Church’ Confronting the State over the Zimbabwean Crisis by Molly Manyonganise: article published in special issue

Another article has been published in the special issue of the open-access journal Religions on ‘Religious Conflict and Peacebuilding: Advances in the Field’, co-edited by Joram Tarusarira and me. 

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Online Launch 27 January: The Oxford Handbook of Religion & Europe

The new Oxford Handbook of Religion and Europe (2022), edited by Grace Davie and Lucian Leustean, will be launched online on 27 January at 4 pm (GMT) from Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs.

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Presbyterians, Forgiveness, and Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland: article published in special issue

‘Presbyterians, Forgiveness, and Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland: Towards Gracious Remembering,’ by Jamie Yohanis and me, has been published in a special issue of Religions, co-edited by Joram Tarusarira and me. 

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Religion and the Study of Peace: Practice without Reflection by Atalia Omer – first article published in special issue

I’m pleased to share the publication of a stimulating new article, ‘Religion and the Study of Peace: Practice without Reflection’, by Atalia Omer, in a special issue of Religions, co-edited by Joram Tarusarira (University of Groningen) and me.

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The Challenge of Climate Change: My Thought for the Day on Radio Ulster

My Thought for the Day on BBC Radio Ulster reflects on the challenge of climate change, in light of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, which is taking place in Glasgow for the next two weeks.

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Religion Media Centre Conversation on Post-Brexit Religious and Political Divide

Earlier this month I took part in a conversation organized by the Religion Media Centre on Northern Ireland’s Post-Brexit Religious and Political Divide.

Moderated by broadcaster William Crawley, the panel included:

  • Dr Eamon Phoenix – political historian and head of
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Publication of Glencree Journal on Dealing with the Legacy of Conflict …

A journal on ‘Dealing with the Legacy of Conflict in Northern Ireland through Engagement and Dialogue’ has been published by the Glencree Centre in conjunction with the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway and Ulster University.

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Fr Martin Magill’s Reflections on ‘Considering Grace’ – and some hard questions

On Saturday, Fr Martin Magill used his regular column in the Belfast Telegraph to reflect on my book, co-authored with Jamie Yohanis, Considering Grace: Presbyterians and the Troubles. 

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Hard questions ‘thoughtfully and sensitively explored’: Review of Considering Grace by Graham Spencer

Graham Spencer, Reader in Political Conflict at the University of Portsmouth, has reviewed my book (co-authored with Jamie Yohanis), Considering Grace: Presbyterians and the Troubles. It has just been published in Irish Political Studies (18 March 2021).

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