Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception
The Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception was established in 2009 as a focus for the University’s research and teaching strengths in biblical studies. It engages with the academic study of the Jewish and Christian Bible, its later reception (in art, music, literature and culture), and its relevance to contemporary society. The primary research interests of the Centre’s staff include:
The multi-cultural nature of the West Midlands region in which we are situated and the extent of shared content between the sacred texts of three of the world’s major religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) enable the Centre to draw on the academic study of scriptural texts and their interpretation and reception in various media from within all three faith traditions.
We welcome informal enquiries from students interested in undertaking postgraduate research study (for qualifications including MRes, MPhil or PhD) in areas of biblical study closely linked to the research interests of the staff of the Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception especially:
Current and recently completed PhD projects include:
Initial enquiries should be directed to: email@example.com