The Centre for Religious Studies serves to promote research relating to religion within and outside the School of Historical Studies. Peter Howard, Constant Mews and Clare Monagle all research themes relating to religion and society in the medieval and renaissance periods, collaborating in this with members of the Australian Centre for the Study of Jewish Civilisation. Constant Mews is involved in research projects relating to ethics and medieval thought as well as Islamic and conventional financial ethics. Tamara Prosic works in the area of anthropological perspectives to biblical studies, while Judy McNicoll is researching the role of rituals relating to death in contemporary Australian society.
Postgraduate Studies: Centre for Religious Studies
Postgraduate Programs Postgraduate supervision for those wishing to pursue research degrees in religious studies and … Continue reading Postgraduate Studies: Centre for Religious Studies
Current Research Grants
Australian Rearch Council Linkage Grants 2003-2009 A/Prof Constant Mews, Prof M Ariff, Prof M Skully, … Continue reading Current Research Grants
Current PhD Students
Leigh McKinnon Boethius and the Philosophy of Arithmetic Fiona Marantelli Reading the Apostle Paul through … Continue reading Current PhD Students