New on the Website

 

 

JOB VACANCY

 

The Trustees of the Temenos Academy are looking for an Administrator to start work in March 2023. Several years of administrative experience are required for the post, which is based in London, UK, with occasional events held outside London. The post-holder is expected to work largely from home on a self-employed basis. As well as organising lectures and seminars the post-holder will be expected to be responsible for the Academy’s store of publications and its archive.

Applicants should be resident in the UK with the right to work here.

For a full Job Description, and any queries regarding the vacancy, please contact the Academy by email:

temenosacademy@myfastmail.com

Thank you.

 

 

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Here is the Dissertation submitted in Spring 2022 by Robert Harris, the first student to be awarded the Higher Diploma:

DANTE, LOVE AND THE DIVINE FEMININE

© Robert Harris, 2022

 

 

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Video message by HRH The Prince of Wales introducing the Kathleen Raine Conference 2022 in Paris

is now on this website page:   https://www.temenosacademy.org/international-conference/

 

 

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The recording of the talks on the 18th May, 20th, 30th June and 7th July

are now available to view in our Archive.

A recording of a talk by Satish Kumar on SARVODAYA – Our Life as a Journey of Love

is also available on the webpage.

 

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A page has been created in memory of our late President Emeritus, Professor Keith Critchlow

Please see New on the Website – Tribute page

In addition, many of his lecture recordings have been placed in our Extended Lecture Archive.

 

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Please see the Programme for an up-to-date list of papers and other events.

To be added to the email newsletter subscriber list please contact the Administrators or join here.

 

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A rare film about the late Temenos Fellow Dr Kapila Vatsyayan, entitled The Paradox of Art, has been uploaded onto our Extended Lecture Archive.

 

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A Message of Support from our Patron  (Click ABOUT tab above)

 

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Image credit: Chartres Labyrinth (Copper and gold on khadi paper, Daniel Docherty, March 2021)

In Memoriam,  Professor Keith Critchlow

 

 

 

 

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