SCHOLARSHIP & CHRISTIANITY
IN OXFORD

Upcoming lecture
SCIO Online
SCIO
Study abroad
Research and academic excellence
Online lectures

Upcoming lecture

Register HERE for Dr Emma Plaskitt’s FREE online lecture on 3 December at 5pm GMT. Topic: ‘Terror, Horror, and the Sublime: the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century Gothic Novel’. See here for more information. Lecture will not be recorded.

 

SCIO Online

Hear more about SCIO Online from Oxford from this video, or find more information here.

 

SCIO

SCIO — Scholarship and Christianity In Oxford — is a research and educational institute in Oxford, producing and supporting scholarship in a recognized centre of international educational and scholarly excellence

Study abroad

In partnership with Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford, SCIO annually runs two semester-long programmes and one month-long summer programme. High level academic teaching takes place within a setting that seeks to deepen and strengthen faith and Christian understanding of the world.

Oxford is home to one of the most prestigious universities in the world, and SCIO’s programmes provide students with a unique opportunity to be part of an academic Christian community like no other.

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Research and academic excellence

SCIO is a centre of academic excellence, and its faculty remain engaged in high level research and scholarship.

With the assistance of major grant-awarding bodies SCIO also hosts academic conferences, focussing on science and religion, and the study of texts and materials.

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Online lectures

As part of SCIO’s response to the restrictions that arise from following Covid-19 guidelines, we have started streaming some of our lectures live online. At the end of the lecture the people listening can participate in Q&A session with the speaker. Following this we upload the lecture to our site and anyone is welcome to listen to a session if they missed out on a live event.

Online lectures

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By radically changing my perspective on research and academics and incorporating it as a part of my identity, I have been empowered to continue learning and researching.
Megan Belluomini: Spring 2013