CUAC Lectures

In 2012, CUAC launched an annual international lecture series in honour of Dr Rowan Williams' ten years as Archbishop of Canterbury. Delivered by an Anglican luminary from locations rotating among the regions of CUAC's chapters, the annual lecture seeks to strengthen the identity of Anglican universities around the world-a global voice seeking the commonalities of Anglican higher education in its diverse cultural settings. A podcast of the most recent lecture is available below, with video and transcripts of previous lectures archived under the heading 'Archives'.

CUAC_Rowan _Williams _Lecture _2017For this year’s Dr Rowan Williams CUAC Lecture, CUAC has confirmed that Dr. Mike Higton Professor, Dept. of Theology and Religion, Durham University, U.K will speak on: Discovering Virtue: How to be good in Higher Education

 A pdf transcript of the lecture is available here


Kevin -Rudd2015 Dr Rowan Willaims Annual Lecture by Hon Kevin Rudd : ‘Otherness: Reflections on Church, State and Learning Communities’.

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'TransAnglican Identities and Christian University Education' - On-demand video of the 2013 Dr Rowan Williams Annual CUAC Lecture by the Revd Dr Sathianathan Clarke


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"What is the Point of an Anglican University?" The Most Revd and Rt Hon Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, September 28, 2012


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