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These often work best if you cluster with nearby schools.  We prefer to speak to groups of 25 students or more.  Please get in touch to discuss your needs. We will always include a twenty-minute minimum session on why study T/RS at degree level and an introduction to life as an undergraduate @TRSChester.

You are invited chose and additional two or more from a menu of the following workshops delivered by world-leading subject specialists (approx. 40 minutes – but timing negotiable).

  • Interfaith Dialogue
  • Animal ethics
  • Theological ethics, incl. natural law, situation ethics, virtue ethics approaches to particular topics.
  • Ethics of war & peace
  • ‘Can a good person eat meat?’
  • ‘Is war ever right?’
  • ’Is Aquinas right that there’s a natural law above all human laws?’
  • Islamic Feminism
  • Sufism and Poetry
  • ’Embryo research: a Situation Ethics Approach'
  • Understanding anattā
  • Themes in the Lotus Sūtra
  • Meditation – just navel-gazing?
  • Japanese Pure Land Buddhism
  • Mindfulness and Buddhist Atheism
  • Freud and Jung on Religion
  • On the value (or otherwise) of Religious Experience
  • Christian beliefs about life after death
  • Euthanasia
  • Religion and sexuality
  • Feminist Theology
  • Liberation Theology
  • Is Religion dying? Religion and secularisation
  • Arguments for the Existence of God
  • Problem of Evil

We also offer the following workshops:

  • Writing skills: Defending an argument, using sources, coming to a conclusion (20 mins)
  • UCAS Applications and writing a personal statement (20 mins)
  • University fees – reassurance and explanation (20 mins)

If you are interested in running a half-day workshop (and can provide a group of 25 or more students), please get in touch with Dr Wendy Dossett w.dossett@chester.ac.uk