The latest from Hidden Perspectives
Hot on the heels of its successful festival in June, the pioneering Hidden Perspectives project remains a hive of activity this semester, with several new partnerships and events in store.
The project, led by Dr Katie Edwards of the Department of Biblical Studies with the help of a team of students, seeks to ‘bring the Bible out of the closet’ by challenging traditional interpretations of the text.
Among its forthcoming activities, Hidden Perspectives will be participating in a cross-disciplinary initiative in collaboration with Professor Elena Rodriguez-Falcon and Women in Engineering, which aims to address the ways in which social constructs of gender affect the number of women in the profession.
In addition, a Hidden Perspectives Christmas Concert to celebrate the project’s pilot year will take place on Saturday 14 December, with a line-up that includes cabaret artist Dominic Mattos, soprano CN Lester, the Sacred Wing choir and a festive-themed band.