Dr Eleanor McLaughlin

eleanor.mclaughlin@regents.ox.ac.uk

Dr Eleanor McLaughlin

Lecturer in Ethics

Education

 

DPhil, Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford (2011-15)

MA, University of Geneva (2008-10)

BA Hons, Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford (2003-06)

 

Teaching

 

Ellie teaches a range of papers in ethics and moral theology for students of Theology and Religion/Philosophy and Theology at Oxford, as well as teaching ethics and theology at the University of Winchester.

 

Paper 10: Further Studies in History and Doctrine – Bonhoeffer (BA FHS)

Paper 12: Christian Moral Reasoning (BA FHS)

Christian Ethics (BTh, Part 2)

 

Research Papers & Publications

 

Ellie’s current research combines her interest in Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s theology and her recent work on love in religion, developing links between limitation and love, and extending this inquiry through sustained engagement with disability theology.  Her research interests include: the life and theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, bioethics, disability theology, and the interplay between religion and secularity in contemporary Western culture.

 

‘Love in Religion: An Annotated Bibliography’, co-authored with Kate Kirkpatrick and Minlib Dallh, to appear in a multi-author volume edited by Paul S. Fiddes, forthcoming 2017, and available online.

 

‘Using God as a model? Tensions within Scholarship on Love in Religion’, to appear in a multi-author

volume edited by Paul S. Fiddes, forthcoming 2017.

 

‘Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the death of God theologians’, in edited by Matthew D. Kirkpatrick, ed., Engaging Bonhoeffer: The Impact and Influence of Bonhoeffer’s Life and Thought (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2016)