With the release of a new recording of Olivier Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, written under German captivity in 1940, Alastair Lockhart looks at what the "End of Time" meant for Messiaen...
Christopher Rowland (University of Oxford) is interviewed by Catrin Williams and James Crossley about his career in the study of apocalypticism.
The Norman Cohn Lecture 2022 by Peter Geoghegan will take place on 25 May 2022 at 6.30. The theme will be: Dark Money and the Subversion of Global Politics.
Britta Gullin on the complex causes and processes behind the violence involved in two events concerning two millenarian movements: Branch Davidians and Ordre du Temple Solaire.
James Crossley looks at how John Ball, the apocalyptic priest of the 1381 English uprising, was understood during the English Reformation.
On 24 February 2022, the first day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Times of Israel reported the Ukrainian government ordering the
The Bible and the concept of the Ukrainian nation in the work of the poet-scholar Ivan Franko.
The Society for the Study of Theology is publicising its annual conference, taking place at Warwick University, 28 March-30 March 2022.
Timothy Jenkins looks at Festinger's study of UFO belief and gendered relations among the movement.
Roundtable discussion on Artificial Intelligence with Beth Singler, Robert Geraci, Victoria Lorrimar, and Scott Midson, and hosted by Simon Robinson