From: Internal Communications Scotland
Sent: 14 May 2010 09:32
Subject: A Conversation with Diarmaid MacCulloch: Pacific Quay, Monday 17 May, 5.45PM - 7.15PMA Conversation with Diarmaid MacCulloch: Pacific Quay, Monday 17 May, 5.45PM - 7.15PM
On Monday (17th May) we will be marking the 80th anniversary of our Scottish Religious Advisory Committee (SRAC) with an event on the 3rd Floor of Pacific Quay.
Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch, world renowned Oxford University historian and presenter of the BBC Four series A History of Christianity, will be in conversation with SRAC Chair and Glasgow University's Director for the Study of Islam, Professor Mona Siddiqui.
The discussion - on Interpreting Christianity through its history: how the religious past shapes the religious present - will be before an invited audience of Scotland's faith leaders, with all faith groups represented and there will be opportunity for an audience Q&A.
Seats will be available for staff who might wish to attend. Given limitations on numbers it will be on a 'first come, first served' basis, so if you would like attend email Caroline Richardson or call her on 01 26068.Issued on behalf of Ian Small, Head of Public Policy & Corporate Affairs, Scotland – please do not respond to this address