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Tools for Christian Scholarship seminar

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This is the first in a series of seminars seeking to relate the arts, humanities and social sciences to the Christian faith. The seminar will take the form of a presentation followed by open discussion. All welcome.

Our speaker, Dr Alan Storkey studied economics at the University of Cambridge, sociology at the London School of Economics and education at the University of Nottingham. He earned his PhD from the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam in the philosophy of economics and has taught and researched sociology at the University of Stirling. He now works part-time as an artist and part-time as a freelance writer and lecturer.

This seminar is hosted by CHAS (Christians in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences), an informal network of graduate students in Cambridge who seek to relate their studies to the Christian faith.

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