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Rilke and Eliot Symposium

In March 2019, Professor Judith Wolfe (ITIA) and Professor Thomas Pfau (Duke) convened a four-day colloquium on R.M. Rilke’s Duino Elegies and T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets. Comprised of a small gathering of theologians,…

The Extravagance of Music

A major work on music and religious experience brings new insights to the field of theology and the arts. Professor David Brown and Dr Gavin Hopps examine the overlooked theological dimensions of music in a new…

Call for survey participants

As part of ITIA’s innovative research, we are pleased to share the following call for participants for a survey on progressive rock and spirituality. Hello! My name is Kimberley Anderson and I’m a PhD student in…

Dr Rebekah Lamb appointed to ITIA lectureship

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Rebekah Lamb to a new lectureship in Theology & the Arts at the School of Divinity, University of St Andrews, starting in August 2018. Dr Lamb is currently a Gilson…

Natasha O’Hear receives ACE award

ITIA is pleased to congratulate our own Natasha O’Hear and her co-author Anthony O’Hear on the recognition of their book Picturing the Apocalypse (Oxford University Press). Picturing the Apocalypse was awarded a prize…

TheoArtistry Poets’ Scheme

The Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts (ITIA) is delighted to announce a new collaboration with StAnza, Scotland’s International Poetry Festival. Following the success of the TheoArtistry Composers’…

Martinmas 2017 research seminar

Our first research seminar of the new semester will be held on Friday, 22 September 2017. ITIA and Divinity postgraduates, faculty, and guests are all welcome. ITIA research seminars take place every Friday at 11am…

TheoArtistry launch

The start of this academic year saw the launch of an exciting new dimension in the work of ITIA. TheoArtistry explores how ITIA’s world-leading research may impact the making and practice of the arts. In TheoArtistry’s…

Top ranked in league table

St Mary’s College at the University of St Andrews is best in the UK for Religious Studies and Theology, according to The Guardian University League Tables 2017. The University’s School of Divinity — and home to ITIA —…

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