On November 22nd the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is hosting an exciting conference aimed at A Level students studying Religious Studies and/or the Sociology of Religion.
The day is aimed at A Level students who are studying religion and belief in some context. It will be most suited for those completing an A Level in Religious Studies, but it will also be relevant for any student studying the sociology of religion as part of a Sociology programme. The conference programme has been designed to supplement current A Level programmes and to help students with their current studies.
The conference will include a series of lectures, collaborative workshops, a tour of the campus and a hot lunch provided in one of the UCLan canteens. There will be an opportunity for attendees to work with current UCLan students, ask questions, and get a better understanding of what it is like to study at university.
Attendance is free, but places are limited: to book a group on to the day, please email Dr Carl Morris at CJMorris2@uclan.ac.uk.
Arrival and coffee/tea
Dr Carolyn King - Welcome and programme talk
Dr Carl Morris - Liberalism in the West: secularism and religious pluralism in the 21st century
Edd Graham-Hyde - Cults That Kill: Using Case Studies to Understand Why People Join
Lunch and Tour of Campus
Frank Harrington - Different Christian views about celibacy, marriage, homosexuality and transgender issues
Dr Mahmood Chandia - Technology, Faith and Ethics