Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Groningen. The South African archbishop was nominated by the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies in honour of his remarkable chairmanship of the Truth and Reconciliation Committee and for his major social accomplishments in the field of healthcare.
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Van maandag 27 tot en met woensdag 29 januari 2020 vindt in Groningen de driedaagse conferentie ‘Jewish, Christian and Muslim Travel Experiences (3rd century BCE—8th century CE)’ plaats aan de Faculteit Godgeleerdheid en Godsdienstwetenschap van de...
On 30 January 2020, Eva Ouwehand will be awarded a PhD by the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies for her dissertation on religious and spiritual experiences in people with bipolar disorder.
Welmoed Wagenaar receives Hubbeling Prize for best Thesis