A review of The Story of Roehampton University for Local and Community History Month
Sharon Young’s project on hysteria, supported by SMT.
Ollie Cem reviews ‘Nature Obscura’ by Kelly Brenner
Chaplain Nicola Morrison reflects on motherhood and ministry during the pandemic.
Roman Catholic chaplain Ginny Jordan-Arthur is inspired by Nadia Bolz-Weber.
Chaplaincy community worker Joanna Grennan is inspired by Wendy Beckett for International Women’s Day.
CCW Bill Topping is inspired by Elaine Heath.
Chaplain Rev Shanon Ferguson is inspired by Rev Elder Jean Anne White.
Nicola Morrison is inspired by Hildegard of Bingen
On International Women’s Day we celebrate Susanna Wesley.
Kat Gupta talks about the new book Non-Binary Lives: an anthology of intersecting identities, which Kat co-edited.
As part of LGBT+ History Month at Southlands College, Nicola Morrison reviews Undivided by Vicky Beeching.
Barat House community recently participated in a service from Putney Methodist church.
As part of LGBT+ History Month, we’re beginning a series of book reviews.
Methodism and the Building of a College – Nick Mayhew Smith
Book launch for ‘Women as Imams’ by Simonetta Calderini.
Community Chaplaincy Worker Bill Topping reviews The Christmas Mystery by Jostein Gaarder.
Job opening for two College Engagement and Activities Officers
Methodist Chaplain Nicola Morrison reviews This Book is Anti-Racist by Tiffany Jewell.
Senior Colleges Warden, Shai Danmole-Ellis writes about Letter from Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Chaplaincy Community Worker Joanna Grennan is inspired by Maya Angelou.
Chaplaincy Community Worker Bill Topping is inspired by Mavis Staples
The book series continues with Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People about Race.
In this series of posts, University of Roehampton chaplaincy staff reflect, as part of Black History Month, on people who have inspired them.