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UK’s Science and Religion Forum: 2012 Conference: ‘The soul – can the concept of the soul still have meaning?’

Regent’s Park College, Oxford 

from late afternoon on Thursday 6 September to lunchtime on Saturday 8 September 2012.

The programme will follow the usual pattern and includes the Annual Gowland Lecture, a number of plenary lectures on the conference theme, and a short-paper session of 15-minute presentations by Forum members. The programme will also include a conference dinner, and there will be an early morning service of worship for those who are interested. The Forum’s AGM will take place during the Conference.

The conference fees (for full board) will be as follows:

SRF members £230

Non-members £260

Students £110

Bursaries will be offered for those who have been members of the Forum for at least six months and have no financial assistance from employers or sponsors (bursaries will probably be worth £60 which would reduce the fee to £170.

Further details: http://www.srforum.org/

Revd Dr Arthur Peacocke

The Peacocke Student Essay Prize

In memory of its founding President and former Chairman, the Revd Dr Arthur Peacocke, the Science and Religion Forum offers a prize for an essay directly relevant to the theme of its annual conference.

Congratulations to George H. Medley III, winner of the 2011 Peacocke Prize.

The competition is open to all students (undergraduate and postgraduate) and the closing date is July 31st 2012.

Details of 2012 prize to follow soon at UK’s Science and Religion Forum http://www.srforum.org/

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