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Research students

 

Alessandra Abbatista
Alessandra Abbattista
Animal metaphors in the depiction of female avengers: a theory of dramatic characterisation

Supervisors:
Susanne Greenhalgh
Fiona McHardy
Susan Deacy

Research Group in Classics and History
Renaissance and Classical Studies Research Group
Research Group in Sex, Gender and Sexuality
Interdisciplinary Research Group for Human-Animal Studies

Anne Arabome 
(commencing October 2015)
'Bridge over troubled waters’: a critical reevaluation of gender in religion with particular emphasis on the role, identity and mission of African women in Christianity in rhetoric and practice within the Roman Catholic Tradition

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
David Muir

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing

Matthew Bolton

‘There is No Justice – There is Just Us’ Critique or affirmation? The meaning of justice for campaigns against police violence

Supervisors:
Ted Vallance
Nina Power

Research Group in Classics and History

Richard Burke

Irish priests as British army chaplains in the Second World War 

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Katharina Rowold

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing

David Chibanda

Religion, culture and the rights of the child in Zambia

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Lorella Terzi
Gregory Kent

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing

Andrew Cooke

An ecclesiological analysis of the history of official Roman Catholic teaching on homosexuality from 1959 to the present day

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Tope Omoniyi

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing

Juan Mario Díaz

Critique of ideologies of political violence: Colombia 1957 - 1991

Supervisors:
Mike Edwards
Carrie Hamilton

Research Groups in Classics and History

Grainne Doherty

An exploration of Pope John Paul II’s theological anthropology in the context of his Theology of the Body and the ‘New Feminism’. In engagement with the perspectives and experiences of some Irish Catholic women

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Annabelle Mooney

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing

Innocent Ezeonyeasi

Children's Rights, the Concept of Childhood and Children's Work in Nigeria

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Richard Burgess

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing

Sharon Ferguson

The Impact of Negating or Transcending Gender on our relationship with a Trinitarian God and the Church

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Christopher Stephens

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing
Lindsey HinsleyHervey family letters
Lindsay Hinsley

Religious Belief, Practice and Domesticity: The experience of Elite Women in Eighteenth Century England

Supervisors:
Meg Arnot
Sara Pennell

Research Group in Classics and History
Dennis HugginsWWI collage
Dennis Huggins
Memorialisation of the second Boer War in British and Irish Public and Private Schools and its implications for WWI remembrance

Supervisors:
Meg Arrnot
John Tosh

Research Group in Classics and History
Kersh Research Seminar 2015
Daliany Kersh

Women’s “choices” vis-à-vis paid employment in a hostile Cuban economy following the collapse of the Soviet Union

Supervisors:
Meg Arnot
Carrie Hamilton

Research Group in Classics and History; Research Group in Sex, Gender and Sexuality
 

José Malheiro MagalhãesJosé Malheiro Magalhães

Supervisors:
Mike Edwards
Fiona McHardy
Susan Deacy

Research Group in Classics and History

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Nick Mayhew-Smith
: Nature rituals of the early medieval church in Britain: Christian cosmology and the conversion of the British landscape from Ninian to Bede

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Charlotte Behr

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing
Jim McKinney
Wandsworth community Empowerment Network: Unlocking the Iron Cage

Supervisors:
Neil MacDonald
Julian Gotobed
Richard Burgess

Research Group in Ministerial Theology
Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Sally Osborn
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The Role of Domestic Knowledge in an Era of Professionalisation: Eighteenth-Century Manuscript Medical Recipe Collections

Supervisors:
Ted Vallance
Sara Pennell
Michael Brown

Research Groups in Classics and History
Research Group in Medical Humanities
Clement Okusi
Church Growth in an urban black Pentecostal church in the UK

Supervisors:
Neil MacDonald
Julian Gotobed
Richard Burgess

Research Group in Ministerial Theology
Alison Pedley
Alison Clare Pedley
Maternal child murder, insanity and the law, c.1830-1890

Supervisors:
Meg Arnot
Michael Brown

Research Groups in Classics and History
Murray Robertson
Murray Robertson
Schoolwork - labours of emotion and reproduction in the UK primary classroom

Supervisors:
Penny Jane Burke
Marie-Pierre Moreau
Nina Power
 Marvin Christopher Sanguinetti
A critical inquiry of trinitarian orthodoxy in the context of oneness pentecostal theologies

Supervisors:
Neil MacDonald
Richard Burgess

Ruth Selman

Poverty and the Hearth Tax in Restoration, Essex
AHRC supported PhD candidate

Supervisor:
Andrew Wareham

Centre for Hearth Tax Research

Robert Spivey


Supervisors:
Jenny Bunker
Carrie Hamilton

Geoff Stone

Sir William Hamilton: Networks and Knowledge’

Supervisor:
Rosemary Barrow
Michael Brown

Research Groups in Classics and History

Phillip Taliadoros

In search of dialogue beyond stigmatisation: an exploration of popular preaching and theology in Uganda, in the context of the personal narratives of people living with HIV/AIDS and the theological justifications of those who stigmatise them 

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Neil MacDonald

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing
 JD_TaylorSpinoza The Hague
J. Daniel Taylor
The problem of freedom, servitude and collective desire in Spinoza

Supervisors:
Neil MacDonald
Nina Power
Jenny Bunker
Samuel Thomas
Samuel Thomas

A Comparative Study of First-and Second-Generation Homiletic Practice in the New Testament Church of God (UK)

Supervisors:
Mark Garner
Andrew Rogers

Research Group in Ministerial Theology
Mary WittsPhD drama
Mary Witts
Unfolding the Text through Drama: an imaginative incarnational Hermeuneutic for orally-focused Christian Communities

Supervisors:
Tina Beattie
Andrew Rpgers
Josh Abrams

Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion Society and Human Flourishing
Research Group in Ministerial Theology