Watch the videos below and get to know some members of our staff. In the videos they give brief insights into their work and research interests.
Douglas Davies is a Professor at the Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University. In this video he talks about ‘Identity, Emotions and Worldviews’.
Jan Dochhorn, Associate Professor in Theology and Religion, gives insights into his research which mainly focusses on the “New Testament and Ancient Judaism”.
Carmody Grey is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University. In this video she describes what doing research in Theology and Religion means for her: being "interested in everything" and "investigating everything".
Professor Mathew Guest speaks about “Religious Identity within our Society”. His research focusses mostly on the sociology of religion and how religious identity in society is a lived cultural phenomenon.
Professor Mike Higton is interested in Christian doctrine and Lecturer Guillermo Martin-Saiz focusses on comparative religion and politics. They are discussing “Studying Texts and Studying Lives”.
Rik Van Nieuwenhove, Professor in Theology and Religion at Durham University, talks about his research in Medieval Theology and Spirituality and how they are related to the present-day.
Professor Alec Ryrie is specialised in the field of the History of Christianity at the Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University. In the video he lets us know ‘Why the Modern World is so Strange’.