|AULRE supports research and teaching at the interface of religion and education. Members include university lecturers and researchers, and those involved in research and teacher education in a variety of settings. It is for those interested in:
Benefits of membership include:
There are currently two open membership categories:
Individual Academic membership: is open to all working in or with experience of Higher Education settings.
Professional membership: is open to RE professionals in education settings or work other than Higher education
To apply contact our membership officer Emma Salter E.Salter@hud.ac.uk
The Association of University Lecturers in Religion and Education in the United Kingdom was established in September 2002 at a meeting held at King’s College London. AULRE was formed from the merger of two long-established professional organisations: the Conferences of University Lecturers in Religious Education (CULRE), and the NATFHE Religious Studies Section.