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Durham University

Department of Theology and Religion

Profiles

Dr Carmody Grey

Assistant Professor of Catholic Theology in the Department of Theology and Religion
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 41660
Room number: Dun Cow Cottage 001

Contact Dr Carmody Grey (email at carmody.t.grey@durham.ac.uk)

Indicators of Esteem

  • Best Doctoral Thesis: Faculty of Arts, University of Bristol
  • Schillebeeckx Prize: University of Nijmegen
  • Theology and Religious Studies Prize: Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge
  • Uses and Abuses of Biology Prize: First prize, Faraday Institute, University of Cambridge

Research Interests

  • Catholic Social Teaching
  • Evil
  • Faith and reason in modernity and postmodernity
  • Philosophy of nature and life
  • Theology and science, with special interests in life science, ecology and evolutionary biology

Publications

Authored book

  • (2019). Theology, Science and Life.

Chapter in book

Journal Article

Book review

  • Ernst M. Conradie, Sigurd Bergmann, Celia Deane-Drummond & Denis Edwards (Published). Review, Christian Faith and the Earth: Current Paths and Emerging Horizons in Ecotheology. Reviews in Religion and Theology 22(4): 319-22.
  • Katharine Sarah Moody & Steven Shakespeare (2015). Review, Intensities: Philosophy, Religion and the Affirmation of Life. Reviews in Religion and Theology 22(1): 51-4.
  • Alison Milbank (2013). Review, Chesterton and Tolkien as Theologians: The Fantasy of the Real. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 13(2): 163-5.
  • Lisa Isherwood & Marko Zlomislic (2013). Review, The Poverty of Radical Orthodoxy. Reviews in Religion and Theology 20(3): 436-8.

Edited Journal

  • (Forthcoming). 'The Only Creature Willed For Its Own Sake: Anthropocentrism in Gaudium et Spes and Laudato Si'.

Teaching Areas

  • Theology, Nature, Environment

    (20 hours/year.)