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Title: Changing Academic Practice: Implications for Future Academics in Philosophical and Religious Studies


1
Changing Academic Practice Implications for
Future Academics in Philosophical and Religious
Studies
2
Introduction to the Subject Centre for
Philosophical Religious Studies
  • Mission statement
  • To support and promote philosophical, theological
    and religious studies higher education in the UK
  • We work with and for academics and students, to
    provide subject specific support for the learning
    and teaching of
  • Philosophy
  • History Philosophy of Science, Technology
    Medicine
  • Theology
  • Religious Studies
  • Biblical Studies

3
Subject Centre for PRS who are we?
  • The Subject Centre for Philosophical Religious
    Studies (PRS) is part of a UK network of 24
    Subject Centres, each of which provides
    subject-specific support to their own
    disciplines.
  • The Subject Centre (SC) network is part of the
    Higher Education Academy http//www.heacademy.ac.
    uk/
  • Subject Centre staff are PRS academics with a
    range of research and teaching experience

4
and what do we do?
  • Facilitate the sharing of expertise
  • Via events (e.g.)
  • Workshop for aspiring academics (19 May, London)
  • Beyond the Ordinary Creative Approaches to
    Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religious
    Studies (24 June, York)
  • A Level Above? Progression to Undergraduate
    Studies in Philosophy (2-3 July, Oxford)
  • colloquia (e.g. practical theology metaphysics
    aesthetics)
  • departmental workshops, contributions to other
    events
  • ... publications (e.g.)
  • Journal Discourse
  • Guides e.g. employability ethics faith guides
  • and our website http//prs.heacademy.ac.uk

5
what else do we do?
  • Support new developments (e.g.)
  • Employability Working with Values project
  • Education for sustainable development
  • SC-funded research development projects (e.g.)
  • Doctoral training and professional development
    (currently supporting 5 regional/national
    projects)
  • Progression
  • E-learning
  • Provide a voice for PRS disciplines in HE
    policy developments

6
Summary of current Subject Centre support for
aspiring academics
  • Workshop for Aspiring Academics (19 May, London)
  • SC-funded professional development projects
  • Midlands Philosophy Research Training Network
  • British Postgraduate Philosophy Association
    Masterclass Series training and continuation
  • Theological Texts Reading Group
  • Abstracta in Concreta engaging museum
    collections in philosophical and religious
    studies research
  • One-day event, 21 May, Glasgow
  • Developing Advanced Research Methods Training in
    the Study of Religion building capacity for a
    postgraduate training network for London and the
    South-East
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