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Professor Tim Gorringe

Public engagement

Public lectures

  • Annual lecture for Operation Noah in 2011, on understanding climate change in light of the common good.
  • Lecture on ethics and aesthetics in planning and public policy as part of the Radical Abundance: A Theology of Sustainability conference held at the Trinity Institute, New York, 2009.
  • Keynote speaker at the Christian Ecology Link annual conference, 2009. The theme of the conference was the Transition Network.
  • Tim has also given talks to groups including the Royal Agricultural College, Christian Aid, Farmers in the North-West of England, on issues of food and farming.

Contribution to discipline

Grants awarded

  • "The Role of Values in Responding to Major Social Change: Christian churches and the Transition Town Movement", with Stewart Barr (Geography). £226,582, AHRC, 2010-2012.

Workhops/Symposia/Conferences organised

  • "Values in Transition" conference, University of Exeter, May 2012.
  • "Theology, Philosophy and Architectural Aesthetics", with Mark Wynn. Funded by the Benedictine Order, 2012.
  • Workshops on Transition Towns and the future of food as part of the 2010 conference of the National Justice and Peace Network.

Editorial positions

  • Theology in Context series (OUP)