The Priory Institute hosted a showing of a selection of the smaller-scaled sculptures of Henry Flanagan OP last Saturday March 2nd. The event, organised by Jordan O'Brien OP provided an opportunity to consider the extent of Flanagan's creative output following the centenary of his birth in 1918.
The MA will be taught by distance learning over two years, with a taught component (60 credits in total) delivered over three semesters of 15 weeks. A dissertation of 15,000 words (30 credits) will be completed in the fourth semester.
Posted By: Frances O'Loughlin
Posted On: Apr 12, 2017
Filed Under: Bible | Biblical Greek | Biblical Hebrew | Genesis | Gospel of John | Gospel of Mark | New Testament | Old Testament | Religious studies | Scripture | Theology | Women in Scripture
Enrol for a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies in autumn 2017 with the Priory Institute.