Art History, Classics, Religious Studies and Museum and Heritage Studies are scholarly disciplines that explore the cultural, artistic, textual and religious traditions that have shaped our world. Whether studying the ancient past or the present, research and teaching in these disciplines examines the beliefs, texts, rituals and creative activities that give depth and meaning to human existence.
The Classics Museum was recently bequested 70 antiquities from a private collection. Read more
Dr Eva Nisa accompanied Reli 203 students on a field trip to the local mosque in Kilbirne. They were welcomed by the Imam who gave them a guided tour and answered questions.
The School is delighted to welcome our newest researcher and colleague. Dr. Eva Nisa, from Indonesia, holds degrees from al-Azhar University in Egypt, Leiden University in Holland, and the Australian National University. Her ground-breaking research treats such exciting topical questions as Muslim women's issues in contemporary Indonesia (including speed dating, veiled women, marriage and divorce, and "chick lit"); Muslim youth; and transnational Islamic groups and networks. Read more
Dr Joseph Bulbulia, Associate Professor, Religious Studies received a research excellence award at a function at Parliament on 14 September, 2016.