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Stephen Burns appointed Professor

Congratulations to Professor Stephen Burns, appointed a Professor of the University of Divinity by the University Council on 7 June 2017. Professor Burns is noted for his outstanding contribution to Research, and Engagement with the Churches and Community. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Sherlock, said that: “Professor Burns has made an impressive contribution to theological scholarship, holding appointments in […]

NAIITS Indigenous Masters Units

Whitley College will host the first of three units in an Indigenous Masters program in July 2017: 2–5 July Indigenous Theologies and Methods Terry LeBlanc 6–9 July Introducing the New Testament Narrative Danny Zacharias 10–13 July Indigenous Practical Theology Symposium John McNeill You can take these units as a Graduate Certificate in Theology, or use […]

Master of Theological Studies Exchange

  Graduates who received the Master of Theological Studies (MTS) from the University of Divinity (or, prior to 2012, the Melbourne College of Divinity), are entitled to apply to exchange their degree certificates and academic documents for the new Master of Theology (Coursework) or MTh. There is no charge for this service, however, this offer […]

Research Day 2017

  Research students, honorary researchers, faculty and research methodology students of the University of Divinity are invited to attend the 2017 University of Divinity Research Day. Please indicate your intention to attend by completing the registration process. View the full program of papers 9.00am | Arrival 9.15am | Welcome and Introduction 9.35am | Session One […]

Exploring ARCIC II

Looking towards a Church fully reconciled 50 years of ARCIC The Anglican – Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) was established by Archbishop of Canterbury Michael Ramsey and Pope Paul VI in 1967. After the final report of ARCIC I in 1981, a further five agreed statements have been issued by ARCIC II. These are accompanied […]

2016 Annual Report

  The 2016 University of Divinity Annual Report was tabled in the Parliament of Victoria on 2 May 2017 is now available.   Use this link to access the full 2016 report. Hard copies of the Annual Report may be provided on request to the reception staff at the Office of the Vice-Chancellor.

RASP Debate | End of Life Choices

The University of Divinity’s Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy presents its inaugural Annual Public Forum: End of Life Choices: Voluntary Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide in Victoria A Conversation between world-renowned bioethicists Professor Peter Singer (Princeton University and the University of Melbourne) & Professor Margaret Somerville (University of Notre Dame, Sydney and formerly […]

The Once and Future Reformation

  The Carmelite Centre and Carmelite Library invite you to be part of this three-day Symposium – Thursday 25 May and Friday 26 May 2017, with a retreat on Saturday. 2017  is the 500th anniversary of the start of the European Reformation. The Symposium treats this as an opportunity to think about the current sense […]

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