Who we are

The Religion, Spirituality and Education Network include members of staff from other units within the University and external affiliates.  If you wish to find out more about the network and its activities, please email Professor Rob Freathy, network convenor.

Members

Professor Rob Freathy (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Revd Hannah Alderson (St Luke's Chaplain, University of Exeter)

Professor Vivienne Baumfield (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Dr Susannah Cornwall (Theology & Religion, University of Exeter)

Dr Anna Davis (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Emeritus Professor Patrick Dillon (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Dr Jonathan Doney (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Ruth Flanagan (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Giles Freathy (The Learning Institute)

Corrine Guntrip (Learn Teach Lead RE)

Dr Cheryl Hunt (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Sarah Lane Cawte (Free Churches Group)

Ismaeel Louber (INTO, University of Exeter)

Dr Nasser Mansour (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Joe Matthews (Learn Teach Lead RE)

Muhammad Naeem (PhD student, The University of St Mark and St John, Plymouth)

Revd Dr David Nixon (South West Ministry Training Course)

Ed Pawson (Diocese of Exeter) 

Linda Rudge (Learn/Teach/Lead: enhancing RE in the south-west)

Dr Geoff Teece (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Dr Karen Walshe (Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter)

Professor Rob Warner (The University of St Mark and St John, Plymouth)

Dr Jacqueline Watson (Graduate School of Education, , University of Exeter)

Tatiana Wilson (Diocese of Exeter) 

Dr Barbara Wintersgill (University of Warwick) 

 

Research Students

StudentTopic1st Supervisor
Sarah Lane-Cawte Collective Worship in Schools Karen Walshe
Anneke Schmidt   Karen Walshe
Fitri Yantin Multiculturalism in Islamic Studies at Indonesian Secondary Schools: Understanding the Teachers’ Personal Religious Belief and Its Impact on Their Teaching Rob Freathy