Alexander J. B. Hampton

December 15, 2020

 

Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto

Jackman Humanities Building, 170 St. George Street, Floor 3

Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M8 Canada

 

647-569-4779 | hampton.alex@gmail.com

www.ajbhampton.com

 

 

EDUCATION

 

PhD, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge (2015)

Dissertation: ‘Romantic Religion: Transcendence for an Age of Immanence’ 

Supervisor: Catherine Pickstock, Douglas Hedley

Committee: Andrew Bowie (Royal Holloway, London), John Milbank (Nottingham)

 

MA, Religious Studies, Department of Religious Studies, Stanford University (2010)

 

MPhil, Philosophical Theology, Faculty of Theology, University of Oxford (2004)

 

Hon BA, Literary Studies and Philosophy, University of Toronto (2002)

 

 

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

 

Assistant Professor, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2017-present. 

 

            Associate Fellow, Trinity College, University of Toronto, 2018-

 

Faculty Fellow, Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University, 2015-2017

 

            Affiliated Faculty, Religious Studies, Arizona State University, 2015-2017

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Romanticism and the Re-Invention of Modern Religion: The Reconciliation of German Idealism and Platonic Realism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019). 

Reviews: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, AAR Reading Religion, Literature and Theology

 

(ed.) Christian Platonism: A History, co-editor with John Kenney (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020).

 

(ed.) Pandemic, Ecology and Theology: Perspectives on COVID-19, (London: Routledge, 2020).

 

Books submitted

(ed.) Jacobi: Philosophy and Religion at the Crux of Modernity. Proposal accepted by Cambridge University Press. Publication 2021.

 

Books in progress

(ed.) Cambridge Companion to Religion Nature and the Environment in the West, co-editor with Douglas Hedley. Under contract with Cambridge University Press. Publication 2021. 

 

Christianity, Creation and the Environment. Proposal under review for Cambridge University Press Elements series. Full draft complete. 

 

Post Secular Nature: Identity, Agency and Authority. MS in preparation. Submission 2021. 

 

The Transcendence of Nature: Metaphysics and Environmental Crisis. Proposal accepted by Cambridge University Press. Submission 2023. 

 

 

Articles and Chapters

 

Under Review

24. Theological Poetics in Jacopone da Todi’, Jacopone da Todi and the Laude, eds. Matteo Leonardi, Alessandro Vettori, The Medieval Franciscans series, Brill. 

 

23. ‘The Role of Plotinus in the Romantic Philosophy of Novalis: Transcending Fichte and Spinoza’, under review.

 

22. ‘Jacobi and the Romantics’, Jacobi: Philosophy and Religion at the Crux of Modernity. Cambridge University Press. 

 

21. ‘Jacobi at the Crux of Modernity’, Jacobi: Philosophy and Religion at the Crux of Modernity. Cambridge University Press.

 

Published 

20. Ecology and the Unbuffered Self: Identity, Agency, and Authority in a Time of Pandemic, in Pandemic, Ecology and Theology: Perspectives on COVID-19, ed. Alexander J.B. Hampton (London: Routledge, 2020), 17-28.

 

19. ‘Theology and Ecology in a Time of Pandemic’ co-authored with Annalea Rose Thiessen, in Pandemic, Ecology and Theology: Perspectives on COVID-19, ed. Alexander J.B. Hampton (London: Routledge, 2020), 1-3.

 

18. ‘Henry More’, Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, ed. Hans-Josef Klauck et al. (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2020), in press.  

 

17. Platonism, Nature and Environmental Crisis’, Christian Platonism: A History, ed. Alexander J. B. Hampton, John Kenney (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020), 381-407.

 

16. ‘Christianity and Platonism’, co-authored with John Kenney, Christian Platonism: A History, ed. Alexander J. B. Hampton, John Kenney (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020), 3-9.

 

15. Nature’s Beauty: Legitimacy, Imagination and Transcendence in Hepburn and the New Nature Writing’, Aesthetics, Nature and Religion: Ronald W. Hepburn and his Legacy, ed. Endre Szécsényi (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 2020), pp. 264-77. 

 

14. ‘The Poetics of Mysticism’, ed. Edward Howells and Mark McIntosh, The Oxford Handbook to Mystical Theology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020), pp. 241-64. 

 

13. ‘Romantic Religion: Dissolution and Transcendence in the Poetics of Hölderlin’, Symphilosophie, 1 (2019), pp. 61-74. 

 

12. ‘Nature’s Beauty: Legitimacy, Imagination and Transcendence in Hepburn and the New Nature Writing’, Journal of Scottish Thought, 11 (2019), 113-126.

 

11. ‘Transcendence and Immanence: Deciphering Their Relation through the Transcendentals in Aquinas and Kant’, Toronto Journal of Theology, 34 (2018), pp. 187-198.

 

10. ‘A Post-Secular Nature and the New Nature Writing’, Christianity and Literature, 67 (2018), pp. 454-471. 

(Awarded outstanding article of 2018 by the Conference on Christianity and Literature)

 

9. ‘Indivisible, Inexplicable, and the Centre of all Certainty: Herder's Concept of Being’, ed. John K. Noyes, Herder’s Essay on Being: A Translation and Critical Approaches (Rochester: Camden House, 2018), 108-118. 

 

8. ‘An English Source of German Romanticism: Herder’s Cudworth Inspired Revision of Spinoza from “Plastik’”to “Kraft’”, The Heythrop Journal, 58 (2017), pp. 417-431. 

 

7. ‘Herder’s Concept of Being and the Influence of Kant’s Pre-Critical Consideration of the Ontological Argument’, Filozofia, 70 (2015), pp. 842-52.

 

6. ‘Reception, Religion and the Problem of Subjectivity in Early German Romanticism’, Journal for the History of Modern Theology/Zeitschrift für neuere Theologiegeschichte, 22 (2015), pp. 35-58. 

 

5. ‘The Aesthetic Foundations of Romantic Mythology’, Journal for the History of Modern Theology/Zeitschrift für neuere Theologiegeschichte, 20 (2014), pp. 175-91.

 

4. ‘Karl Philipp Moritz the Mythologist: Myth as the Romantic Idiom for the Absolute’, Papers of the Nineteenth Century Theology Group, American Academy of Religion, 39 (2013), 2-20.

 

3. ‘"Herzen schlagen und doch bleibet die Rede zurück?" Philosophy, Poetry, and Hölderlin's Development of Language Sufficient to the Absolute’ Philosophy and Literature and the Crisis of Metaphysics?, ed. Sebastian Hüsch (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2011), 20-33. 

 

2. ‘The Conquest of Mythos by Logos: Countering Religion without Faith in Irenaeus, Coleridge and Gadamer’, Forum Philosophicum, 12 (2007), pp. 57-70. 

 

1. ‘The Struggle for Reason: Early Development of Triadic Self-Consciousness in the Opus Maximum’, The Coleridge Bulletin, 27 (2006), pp. 45-55.

 

 

Book Reviews

‘Exorbitant Enlightenment: Blake, Hamann, and Anglo-German Constellations by Alexander Regier’, Religious Studies Review, 46.3 (2020), forthcoming.

 

'Unquiet Things: Secularism in the Romantic Age by Colin Jager’, Religious Studies Review, 42.2 (2016). 100. DOI: 10.1111/rsr.12397

 

‘Unbelievable: Why we Believe and Why we Don’t by Graham Ward’, Anglican Theological Review, 98.1 (2016), 226-29. 

 

‘The Romantic Absolute by Dalia Nassar’, Journal for the History of Modern Theology/Zeitschrift für neuere Theologiegeschichte, 22 (2015), 111-14. DOI: 10.1515/znth-2015-1009

 

‘Coleridge, Revision and Romanticism by Ve-Yin Tee’, The Coleridge Bulletin, 40 (2012), 95-97. 

 

‘Romanticism and Transcendence by Robert Barth’, The Coleridge Bulletin, 25 (2005), 96-101. 

 

 

INVITED LECTURES, CONFERENCE AND COLLOQUIUM PAPERS

 

Invited Lectures and Panels 

4. ‘Mysticism and Ecology: Thinking Nature and the Nature of Thinking’, American Academy of Religion, Religion, Mysticism Unit, Platonism and Neoplatonism Unit, Pragmatism and Empiricism in American Religious Thought Unit joint session, Boston, November 2020.

 

3. ‘Recovering Platonic Romanticism’, Post-Secular Perspectives on Romantic and Victorian Poetry, Duke University, September 2019. 

 

2. ‘Post-Secular Nature in the New Nature Writing’, The Secret of Nature, DAAD-Cambridge Colloquium, University of Cambridge, June 2017. 

 

1. ‘Re-Enchanting Nature: Spirituality and the New Nature Writing’, Drescher Lecture, Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University, April 2017. 

 

 

Conference and Colloquium Papers 

 

32. ‘Author Roundtable on ‘Pandemic, Ecology and Theology: Perspectives on COVID-19’, International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, Arizona State University, February 2021.

 

31.  ‘Thinking Nature and the Nature of Thinking: The Need for a Systematics of Poetics and Affect’ American Academy of Religion, Mysticism Unit and Platonism and Neoplatonism Unit and Pragmatism and Empiricism in American Religious Thought Unit, Boston, November 2020.

 

30. ‘Nature, Platonism and Neoplatonism’, Presiding, American Academy of Religion, Platonism and Neo-Platonism Group, Boston, November 2020.

 

29. ‘The Self Un-Buffered: Identity and Agency in the Time of Pandemic’, Pandemic, Ecology and Theology: Perspectives on COVID-19’. University of Toronto, June 2020. 

 

28. ‘Agency, Self and Ontology in a Time of Pandemic’, Christian Theology in the Midst of COVID-19, University of Winchester, June 2020. 

 

27. ‘The Poetics of Nature’, The Metaphysics of Nature Colloquium, University of 

Toronto, May 2020. 

 

26. ‘Nature and the Metaphysics of Participation’, Société canadienne de philosophie de la religion- Canadian Society for Philosophy of Religion, McGill University, Montreal, May 2020. 

 

25. ‘Spiritual Poetics of Nature Poetry’, Spirituality and the Supernatural Colloquium, Lisbon, April, 2020. 

 

24. ‘Jacobi and the Romantics’, American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, San Diego, November 2019.

 

23. ‘The Jacobian Synthesis of Spinoza and Fichte in Frühromantik’, Jacobi: A Bi-Centenary Colloquium, McGill University, Montreal, September, 2019.

 

22. ‘To Converse with Nature: The Poetics of Overcoming Anthropocentricism in the New Nature Writing’, Landlines: Nature Writing's Future Pasts, University of Leeds, March 2019. 

 

21. ‘Rhythm and Attunement in the Mystical Poetics of Jacopone and Hadejwich’, Conference on Christianity and Literature, Harvard Divinity School, March 2019. 

 

20. ‘Romanticisation, Eros and Ascent: Plotinian Influences on Novalis’, American Academy of Religion, Platonism and Neo-Platonism Group, Boston, November 2017.

 

19. ‘The Poetics of Novalis’ Post-Human Political Theology’, Theology and Politics in the German Imagination, 1789–1848, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge, July 2017. 

 

18. ‘Naming Postsecular Nature: Transcendence in Contemporary Non-Fiction English Nature Literature’, A Postsecular Age? New Narratives of Religion, Science, and Society, Ian Ramsay Centre, University of Oxford, Oxford, July 2016.  

 

17. ‘The Scientific Spirituality of John Clare’s Natural History Prose Writings’, Sacred Literature/Secular Religion, Syracuse University, Syracuse, October 2015. 

 

16. ‘Romanticism, Idealism and Aesthetics’ (Panel Chair), Sacred Literature/Secular Religion, Syracuse University, Syracuse, October 2015. 

 

15. ‘Recent Developments in the Study of Romanticism and the Idea of Romantic Religion’, American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, San Diego, November 2014.

 

14. ‘Religion Re-Conceptualising Romanticism’ (Panel Chair), American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, San Diego, November 2014.

 

13. ‘Poesie as anima mundi: The Creative Romantic Synthesis of Realism with Idealism’, American Academy of Religion, Platonism and Neo-Platonism Group, San Diego, November 2014.

 

12. ‘The Cam flows into the Saale: On the English Sources of German Romanticism’, Society for the Study of Theology, Durham University, April 2014. 

 

11. ‘Karl Philip Moritz the Mythologist: Myth as the Idiom for the Absolute’, American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, Baltimore, November 2013. 

 

10. ‘Romantic Spinozism and Cambridge Platonism: Herder’s Cudworth inspired revision of Spinoza’, American Academy of Religion, Platonism and Neo-Platonism Group, Baltimore, November 2013.

 

9. ‘Romanticism as an Idiom for Theological Realism in the Immanent Frame’, Society for the Study of Theology, Nottingham, April 2013. 

 

8. ‘After Transcendence: Romanticism as Religion for the Immanent Frame’, Clare Research Symposium, Clare College, University of Cambridge, March 2013. 

 

7. ‘Religion for an Immanent Frame: The Foundations of the Romanic Religious Aesthetic in Jacobi, Herder and Moritz’, International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture, Copenhagen, November 2012. 

 

6. ‘Blake and the Fallen System. The Idea of the Fall and European Romantic Aesthetics’, Institut für Englische Philologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, 2012. 

 

5. ‘Imagination, identity and difference in the Platonic expression of the Absolute’, American Academy of Religion, San Francisco, November 2011. 

 

4. ‘Beyond the Conditioned: Hölderlin's Religious Poetry’, Philosophie et Literature, Laboratoire en Langues, Littératures et Civilisations de l’Arc Atlantique, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, March 2010.  

 

3. ‘The Search for a Genre of the Self: Romanticism and System in Coleridge and Schlegel’, North American Society for the Study of Romanticism and Centro Interdisciplinare di Studi Romantici, Università di Bologna, March 2008.  

 

2. ‘Blake, Locke and the ‘Anacalyptic’ Object in Jerusalem’, International Conference on Romanticism, Baltimore, October 2007. 

 

1.‘Dante's Own Personal Jesus: Apophatic Conversion in the Divine Comedy’, Conversions Conference, Stanford University, January 2007. 

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE 

 

Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto (2017-present)

 

Undergraduate: 

Introduction to Christianity, RLG203H1 (2020, 2021)

Religion, Nature and the Environment, RLG318H1 (2019, 2019, 2020)

Enchantment, Disenchantment, Re-Enchantment, TBB199Y1 (2018, 2019, 2020, 2020, 2021) 

Justifying Religious Belief (Philosophy of Religion), RLG209H1 (2018)

The Poetics of Mysticism, RLG389H1, 411H1 (2018, 2019)

Becoming Modern, RLG385H1 (2017)

 

Graduate: 

Christianity, Creation and the Environment RLG1502H1 (2019)

Romanticism: The Reconciliation of German Idealism and Platonic Realism RLG2091H1 (2019)

The Poetics of Mysticism, RLG2021H1 (2018)

Re-Enchanting Nature: Spirituality and the New Nature Writing, RLG411H1 (2017)

 

Graduate Supervision and Advising:

Kyle Derkson, PhD Thesis, The Friendship of Walt Whitman and Richard Bucke (2018)

Mahdieh Vali-Zadeh, PhD Thesis, Comparative Religious Aesthetics in Romanticism and Rumi (2019)

Beerthina Meijer, MA Research, Religion, Literature and Nature (2019) 

 

Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University (2015-2017)

The Re-Enchantment of Nature (2017)

The English Imagination, Religion and Ecology (2017)

The Human Event II: 1600-2015 (2016, 2017)

The Human Event I: 2000bc-1599ad (2015, 2016)

God and the Muses: An Introduction to the Study of Religion & Religious Literature (2016)

 

Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge (2011-2013) (as supervisions)

Philosophy of Religion & Ethics (2011, 2012, 2013)

God, Freedom, and the Soul (2011, 2012, 2013)

 

 

GRANTS 

 

Connections Grant, ‘Religion, Nature and the Environment in the West’, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2020 (C$24,959)

 

Insight Development Grant, ‘Romantic Ecology’, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2020 (C$47,124)

 

Strategic Initiative Grant, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2020 (C$1,282)

 

Strategic Initiative Grant, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2019 (C$1,146)

 

Netzwerk Deutsch Grant, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, ‘Jacobi: A Bicentenary Reconsideration’, 2019 (C$6,600)

 

Connections Grant, ‘Jacobi: A Bicentenary Reconsideration’, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2019 (C$22,744; plus $40,200 in-kind)

 

Connections Grant, ‘Christian Platonism: Concepts, History and Contemporary Questions’, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2018 (C$24,965; plus $47,462 in-kind)

 

Strategic Initiative Grant, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2018 (C$850)

 

Insight Development Grant, ‘The Transcendence of Nature’, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2018 (C$38,220)

 

Drescher Research and Development Fund, Arizona State University, 2017 (US$2,800)

 

Drescher Research and Development Fund, Arizona State University, 2016 (US$4,000)

 

 

ACADEMIC AWARDS 

 

Recognition of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2019

 

Recognition of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2018-9

 

Lionel Basney Award, Conference on Christianity and Literature, Most Outstanding Article in Christianity and Literature, ‘A Post-Secular Nature and the New Nature Writing’, 2018

 

Recognition of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2017 

 

Sun Devils' Advocates Faculty Appreciation Honouree, Arizona State University, 2017

 

Decani Scholarship, Clare College, University of Cambridge, 2011-2014 (£18,000)

 

Thirkill Award, Clare College, University of Cambridge, 2014 (£200)

 

Chadwick Prize in Philosophical Theology, University of Cambridge, 2012 (£500)

 

Society for the Study of Theology Conference Grant, 2014 (£160)

 

Alasdair Charles Macpherson Fund Grant, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2013 (£750)

 

Society for the Study of Theology Conference Grant, 2013 (£160)

 

Alasdair Charles Macpherson Fund Grant, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2012 (£450)

 

Theological Studies Fund, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2012 (£350)

 

Alasdair Charles Macpherson Fund Grant, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2011 (£900)

 

Cambridge-Heidelberg Study Award, 2010 (€520)

 

Stanford University, Department of Religious Studies Travel Grant, 2010 (US$1,200)

 

Stanford University, Department of Religious Studies Travel Grant, 2008 (US$850)

 

Graduate Fellowship, Stanford University, 2006-2010 (US$70,000)

 

Theology Graduate Studentship, University of Oxford, 2004 (£4,000, declined)

 

Postgraduate Scholar, St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, 2004 (£2,100, declined)

 

Shelia Birkenhead Bursary, Keats-Shelley Memorial Foundation, 2004 (£620)

 

 

SCHOLARLY SERVICE TO THE FIELD 

 

Reviewer, The Journal of Religion, 2020

 

Reviewer in religion and literature, Routledge Taylor & Francis, 2020- 

 

External Reviewer, Symphilosophie: International Journal of Philosophical Romanticism, 2020- 

 

Editorial Board, Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses, 2020-2023

 

Reviewer in religion and philosophy, Edinburgh University Press, 2019-

 

Reviewer, Christianity and Literature, 2019-

 

External Reviewer, British Academy-Leverhulme Trust, 2019

 

 

ORGANIZIATIONAL SERVICE TO THE FIELD 

 

Panel Organizer, ‘Author Roundtable on ‘Pandemic, Ecology and Theology: Perspectives on COVID-19’, International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, Arizona State University, February 2021

 

Panel Organizer, Nature in Platonism and the Neoplatonic Tradition, Platonism and Neoplatonism Group, American Academy of Religion, Boston, November 2020

 

Colloquium Co-organizer, Geheimnisvolle Natur, Evangelisch-Theologische Fakultät, LMU Munich, November 2020

 

Workshop Organizer, Pandemic, Ecology, Theology: Perspectives on COVID-19 from the Philosophy of Religion, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2020

 

Workshop Organizer, The Metaphysics of Nature, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2020

 

Steering Committee, Platonism and Neoplatonism Unit, American Academy of Religion, 2019-present

 

Colloquium Organizer, Jacobi: At the Crux of Modernity, A Bicentenary Re-Examination, School of Religious Studies, McGill University, 2019

 

Panel Organizer, ‘Romanticism, Idealism and Aesthetics’, Sacred Literature-Secular Religion Conference, Syracuse University, 2015

 

Panel Organizer, ‘Religion Re-Conceptualising Romanticism’, American Academy of Religion, Nineteenth Century Theology Group, San Diego, 2014

 

Workshop Organizer, Reading Re-Enchantment: Exploring Christianity in Post-Secularity, Clare College, University of Cambridge, 2012-13

 

Lecture Series Organizer, Private Immanence: Privatized Spirituality in an Immanent Age, Clare College, University of Cambridge, 2011-12

 

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE 

 

Undergraduate Student Life Committee, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2020-

 

Graduate Professionalization Committee, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2017-2020

 

Applications and Cover Letters, Graduate Professionalization Workshop, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2017

 

Preparing for the Job Market, Graduate Professionalization Workshop, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, 2017

 

Admissions Committee, Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University, 2016-2017

 

Travel Programs Committee, Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University, 2016-2017

 

Office of National Scholarship Advisement, Arizona State University, 2016-2017

 

Admissions Committee, Clare College, Sidney Sussex College, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2012-14

 

Faculty Board, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2013-2014

 

Access and Outreach Working Group, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2013-14

 

Library Committee, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2013-14

 

Website Committee, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 2013

 

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

 

American Academy of Religion (AAR)

 

Conference on Christianity and Literature (CCL)

 

International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture (ISRLC)

 

International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture (ISSRNC)

 

Society of Biblical Literature (SBL)

 

 

REFERENCES

Research: 

Prof. Catherine Pickstock

Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University, West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9BS, UK

+44 (0)1223 763002

cjp15@cam.ac.uk

 

Prof. John Peter Kenney

Saint Michael's College Colchester, Vermont, 05439, USA

802-654-2525

jkenney@smcvt.edu

 

Prof. Charles Taliaferro   

St Olaf College   

Department of Philosophy, St. Olaf College, 1520 St. Olaf Avenue, Northfield, MN 55057 USA

taliafer@stolaf.edu

 

Prof. John Milbank 

Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK 

+44 (0)115 846 7356

john.milbank@nottingham.ac.uk

 

Dr. Andrew Davison

Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University, West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9BS, UK

+44 (0)1223 763002

apd31@cam.ac.uk

 

Professional and Teaching: 

Prof. Pamela Klassen (Department Chair)

Department for the Study of Religion, Jackman Humanities Bldg., 170 St. George Street

Toronto Ontario

416-978-0877 

p.klassen@utoronto.ca

 

Prof. John Lynch (Department Chair) 

Barrett Honors College, Arizona State University 

P.O. Box 871612, Tempe, AZ 85287-1612, USA

480-727-704

john.lynch@asu.edu