Wednesday, 26th September 2012SEMINAR PROGRAMME 2012-2013

Spirituality, Theology & Health Seminar Programme

2012-2013

These seminars are open to all staff and students of Durham University and to the general public. However, please be aware that they are aimed at a postgraduate level and are therefore especially suitable for MA, PhD and DThM students, as well as for others engaged in postgraduate study in relevant areas of enquiry.

If you would like to attend any of these seminars, please send an e-mail to Joanne McKenzie (j.m.mckenzie@durham.ac.uk) in order to ensure that a place is reserved for you.

Michaelmas Term

Public Lecture – Baroness Sheila Hollins

11 October 2012

Recognition and Recovery: Abuse in the Catholic Church

The Rosemary Cramp Lecture Theatre, Calman Learning Centre, Durham University.

Drinks Reception 5.30pm. Lecture 6-7.30pm.

Professor the Baroness Sheila Hollins is Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry of Disability at St George’s University of London, President of the British Medical Association, and an honorary Chair in the Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University. She was President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists for three years from 2005-2008, and was appointed an independent member of the House of Lords in 2010. This lecture is sponsored by the Centre for Catholic Studies and the Project for Spirituality, Theology and Health.

15 November 2012

‘Doing’ Spiritual Care. What is the problem for the secular caring professions?

Dun Cow Cottage Seminar Room, Dun Cow Cottage, off Palace Green, Durham University. 4.30-6pm.

Professor Margaret Holloway, Professor of Social Work and Director of the Centre for Spirituality Studies, Hull University.

6 December 2012

Exploring the Relationship between Religion, Spirituality and Health

Dun Cow Cottage Seminar Room, Dun Cow Cottage, off Palace Green, Durham University. 4.30-6pm.

Professor Chris Mayers, Research Fellow, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, York St John University.