My current research combines my interest in Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s theology and my recent work on love in religion, developing links between limitation and love, and extending this inquiry through sustained engagement with disability theology. I’m also interested in bioethics and the interplay between religion and secularity in contemporary Western culture. I enjoy travelling, particularly to the Alps or the sea, and sitting down to a good meal with friends.
I hold degrees in Theology from Oxford (BA, 2006 and DPhil, 2016) and Geneva (Maîtrise Universitaire, 2010).
My role in College
With Dr Jordan Bell, I co-ordinate undergraduates studies in Philosophy and Ethics. I teach a range of papers, including ‘Christian Moral Reasoning’, ‘Bonhoeffer’, ‘Moral Philosophy’, and ‘Christian Ethics’.
“It's not so much an afterlife, more a sort of an après-vie.” Arthur Dent in 'The Hitch-Hikers' Guide to the Galaxy', by Douglas Adams
Articles and Research Papers
- 'Using God as a Model? Tensions within Scholarship on Love in Religion', to appear in a multi-author volume edited by P. S. Fiddes (forthcoming)
- 'Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Death of God Theologians', in M. D. Kirkpatrick, ed., Engaging Bonhoeffer: The Impact and Influence of Bonhoeffer’s Life and Thought (Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 2016)