News & Events

  • Love Philosophy & Praxis, Lecture by Naftali Rothenberg

    On Monday 12 June, 5pm, Rabbi Prof Naftali Rothenberg will deliver a lecture at Regent’s Park: ‘Love Philosophy & Praxis in the Teachings of Rabbi Akiva’.  For full details, click here to download the flyer.   Abstract Rabbi Akiva was one of the greatest sages......

  • ‘Poetry in Motion’ – Songwriters share their Art

    On Monday 22 May, the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture will host an evening with Jenny Lewis and Myra Bylth, from 5-6:30pm, exploring the interplay between words and music.  All are welcome. For full details, click here....

  • ‘Moments in Dissent’ – Baptist History Lectures

    On Thursday 18 May, the Centre for Baptist History and Heritage with the Baptist Historical Society, will host two lectures to mark the launch of a new, five-volume History of the Protestant Dissenting Traditions (Oxford University Press).  All are welcome. 5pm, ‘The Priesthood of Believers......

  • ‘Inclusion in the Age of Populism and Nativism’, Jubilee Lecture by Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

    On Thursday 15 June at 5pm, Regent’s Park College is delighted to be hosting acclaimed columnist, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, to deliver a Jubilee lecture: ‘Inclusion in the Age of Populism and Nativism: An Optimistic Take’.  This will doubtless be a thoughtful and provocative contribution to our......

  • Regent’s Student Performs at Royal Albert Hall

    Congratulations to Molly Boot (Theology, 2016), who took part in Prom Praise at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 22 April.  Molly, who also directs the Chapel Chamber Choir at Regent’s, played the violin as part of the All Souls Orchestra.  Prom Praise is a......

  • Staton Essay Prize 2017

    The College is now accepting entries from Year 12 students for this year’s Staton Essay Prize, on the theme of ‘Revolution and Dissent’. 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to a church door in Wittenberg; 100 years ago French troops on the......

  • Remembering Pamela Sue Anderson Today

    Many will have known and others heard of the extraordinary Professor Pamela Sue Anderson, Fellow and Tutor at Regent’s Park College, who died on 12 March 2017.  Pamela’s funeral and service of remembrance took place during the vacation.  We want, therefore, to create an opportunity......

  • ‘The Making of England’ by Mark Atherton

    Dr Mark Atherton, Senior Lecturer in English Language, has published a new literary history of the Anglo-Saxon world, with I. B. Tauris. During the tenth century England began to emerge as a distinct country with an identity that was both part of yet separate from......

  • Jubilee Events: Successful Ministerial Gaudy

    A big thank-you to everyone who contributed to the success of our Ministerial Gaudy last night.  Over forty members of the ministerial community, past and present, gathered in College for a formal meal and an excellent after-dinner talk from The Reverend David Kerrigan, Director General......

  • Gathering Disciples: Festschrift for Dr Chris Ellis

    On Friday 3rd March (7th Week), Regent’s Park College was delighted to launch a festschrift in honour of alumnus, The Revd Dr Christopher Ellis, former President of the Baptist Union of Great Britain (2014-15).  Dr Ellis has been a major figure in the recent history......

  • Pamela Sue Anderson Studentship for the Encouragement of the Place of Women in Philosophy

    Regent’s Park College is pleased to announce the creation of a fund for the Pamela Sue Anderson Studentship for the Encouragement of the Place of Women in Philosophy. Professor Anderson passed away on 12 March 2017, following a distinguished career in which she championed the......

  • What is Truth? Jubilee Lecture by Chris Bryant, MP

    Thursday 11th May 2017, 5pm.  All Welcome....

  • In Memoriam: Professor Pamela Sue Anderson (1955-2017)

    On Sunday 12th March, our much-loved friend, colleague and tutor, Professor Pamela Sue Anderson died following two years of living with cancer.  Pamela passed away peacefully in the company of members of her family. This post contained information about Pamela’s funeral and thanksgiving services, which......

  • Professor Pamela Sue Anderson

    It is with much sadness that the College announces the death of Professor Pamela Sue Anderson, Fellow and Director of Studies for Philosophy, yesterday. Professor Anderson was diagnosed with cancer in February 2015 but continued to teach as and when she was able, to work......

  • Human Rights talk at Le Quesne Law Society

    On Friday 3rd March the Le Quesne Law Society was honoured to host Noor Kadhim at Regent’s Park College. Noor spoke on the topic of arbitration of human rights and public interest issues in investment disputes, which is a very topical issue. She focused on......

  • Seminar: Christian Communities in Migration

    On Mondays throughout Hilary Term, the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture is hosting a series of interdisciplinary conversations which aim to shed new light on the unfolding migration context: ‘In-Migration: Cultural and Theological Dialogues on the 21st Century Movements of Peoples’. In each session, a......

  • Monday Seminar: Interreligion in Migration

    On Mondays throughout Hilary Term, the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture is hosting a series of interdisciplinary conversations which aim to shed new light on the unfolding migration context: ‘In-Migration: Cultural and Theological Dialogues on the 21st Century Movements of Peoples’. In each session, a......

  • Seminar: Faith Based Action in Migration

    On Mondays throughout Hilary Term, the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture is hosting a series of interdisciplinary conversations which aim to shed new light on the unfolding migration context: ‘In-Migration: Cultural and Theological Dialogues on the 21st Century Movements of Peoples’. In each session, a......

  • Jubilee Sermon by the Dean of St Paul’s

    On Friday 17 February (5th Week), we will welcome The Very Revd Dr David Ison, Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral, as a contributor to our Jubilee Sermon Series, ‘Faith in a Fractured World’.  The theme of Dean Ison’s sermon will be, ‘Does the Church Belong......

  • Seminar: Humanitarianism, Gender and Religion in Migration

    On Mondays throughout Hilary Term, the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture is hosting a series of interdisciplinary conversations which aim to shed new light on the unfolding migration context: ‘In-Migration: Cultural and Theological Dialogues on the 21st Century Movements of Peoples’. In each session,......