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Wednesday, November 26, 2014
10am Across Time and Space exhibition
An exhibition of contemporary urban and regional garments from the Silk Road.
"A vibrant, colourful and thrilling exhibition of contemporary garments which have been inspired and influenced by Iranian, Kurdish,Middle Eastern, Central Asian,Egyptian and North African cultures."
Alongside the garments, the Royal Geographical Society presents a fascinating display of pre-photographic images and maps of the Silk Road and its Persian influence, together with original artefacts from the Royal Geographical Society’s collection.
This event celebrates the diverse cultures and faiths along the Silk Road.
Category: Free to attend, Open to all, Exhibition/ fair/ demonstration
5:30pm Cadbury Lectures: Is the New Testament Anti-Jewish?
Our theme for 2014 is ´Is the New Testament Anti-Jewish?´ , and will consist of a series of Lectures given by Professor Amy-Jill Levine, University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies and E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies, Vanderbilt, and Affiliated Professor, Woolf Institute: Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge.
Despite progress in both historical studies and interfaith relations, Jews and Christians continue to misunderstand each other, and to misunderstand the relationship of the New Testament to its Jewish context. In this year’s series of Cadbury Lectures Professor Levine provides a historically informed and theologically sensitive reading of those New Testament passages that some claim to be anti-Jewish, rooted in a recognition that both Judaism and Christianity formed their identities in dialogue and debate with each other. The series explores and celebrates where Judaism and Christianity agree, as well as where they disagree.

25 November 2014: The Christmas story
26 November: The sermon on the mount
27 November: Jesus vs. the Pharisees
1st December: Who killed Jesus?
2nd December: Paul of Tarsus
3rd December: The epistle to the Hebrews
Category: Conference/ seminar/ talk/ workshop, Free to attend, Open to all
2pm Women´s Interfaith Network AGM
AGM and keynote address from Dr Erin Marie Saltman is a Senior Researcher at Quilliam, a counter-extremism think tank set up to address the unique challenges of citizenship, identity and belonging in a globalised world.  
Erin holds a BA in International Relations from Columbia University and a double International MA in Economy, State and Society from University College London and Corvinus University in Budapest. Erin completed her PhD at University College London. Erin attended political youth camps across the political spectrum, including Hungarian radical right party Jobbik. 
As Senior Researcher, Erin continues to work on investigating processes of radicalisation, analysing both Islamist extremist and radical right trends, addressing ways of countering extremism. Most recently Erin co-authored Quilliam’s report about online extremism and how to counter it.
Category: Step-free access, Disabled parking, Wheelchair access, Dialogue/ discussion, Disabled toilet, Conference/ seminar/ talk/ workshop
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