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UCD Newman Centre for the Study of Religions

About the Newman Centre

UCD Newman Centre for the Study of Religions is a Recognised Research Centre of University College Dublin (UCD) and is based in UCD School of Philosophy in the College of Social Sciences and Law.

The primary role of the Newman Centre is to provide a national and international forum for interdisciplinary research into religion and faith in all their aspects, with inclusivity towards different religious traditions, perspectives, and values. See more details of our research projects.

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UCD Newman Graduate Scholarships

UCD Newman Graduate Scholarships

Every year, UCD School of Philosophy offers Newman Graduate Scholarships for students wishing to enrol on the MA in Philosophy and to write their minor dissertation on an aspect of the work or legacy of John Henry Newman.

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UCD Newman Centre Online Public Lecture Series

UCD Newman Centre Online Public Lecture Series

The Centre is proud to present the first series of UCD Newman Centre Online Public Lectures.

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Launch of the UCD Newman Centre for the Study of Religions

Launch of the UCD Newman Centre for the Study of Religions

The UCD Newman Centre for the Study of Religions was officially launched at Newman House (Museum of Literature Ireland), St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin on Wednesday 23 October 2019.

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