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|Role||Tutor for Anglican Admissions|
|Room No||Room 23, New Building|
I started at Queen's in January 2021. One of the things which attracted me here was Queen’s commitment to ecumenical working, accompanied by a confidence in both Methodist and Anglican identities.
Following my first degree, which was in English, I worked for several years as an English teacher, and eventually as a Religious Studies teacher.
In 2000 I started training as a Reader in the Diocese of Durham and then in 2006 I joined Cranmer Hall to train for ordained ministry. Since then, I have served in parishes in Newcastle and Durham dioceses; I have also worked in ministerial training and formation for lay and ordained ministers in the North East and Cumbria.
I completed my doctoral studies in 2017; my thesis was entitled: ‘An Ethnography of Baptism: Meaning-Making for Mothers in the North-East of England.’
I live on site at Queens’ with my husband, Jon, my Bedlington Terrier Wiggins and, from time to time, one of my three adult sons. I enjoy swimming, walking, gardening art, music and cookery.
1987 Durham University English Language and Medieval Literature BA (Hons) 1990 Durham University PGCE English and Drama 2008 Cranmer Hall, Durham MATM (distinction) 2017 Durham University DThM
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- Research Interests
- Theology of Mothering/Childlessness
- Qualitative Research Methods
- Feminist Practical Theology