Student Profiles

There are over 40 students enrolled in CRQS programmes interested in a wide range of subjects.

Current MA by Research  students

  • Margie Dahl (Australia), ‘Methodist and Quaker Women’s Spiritual Experience’.
  • Nicole Cline (USA), ‘Francis King 1818 – 91’.
  • Andrew Jack, ‘Wittgenstein and the Quakers’.
  • Stephen Brooks, ‘Habermas and Quaker Business Method’.
  • Kelvin Beer-Jones, ‘Quakers and the History of Anthropology’.
  • Philippa Andrews, ‘Samuel Fothergill and Eighteenth-Century Quaker Reform’.

Current PhD students

  • Fran Handrick, ‘The Effects of Changing Patterns of Employment on Amish Women in Old Order Communities’.
  • Margaret Johnston, ‘Quakers and the Priesthood’.
  • Glen Morrison, ‘Patterns of Church Planting amongst Early Friends’.
  • Kevin Mortimer (USA), ‘Orthodox and Quaker Soteriology’.
  • Dan Randazzo, ‘A Quaker Theology of Reconciliation’.
  • Mark Read, ‘Quakers at Work’.
  • John Shinebourne ‘The Meaning of Membership’.
  • Nicola Sleapwood, ‘Quakers and Business in the Twentieth century’.
  • Andrew Fincham, ‘Quaker Attitudes to Commerce’.
  • Marion Strachan, ‘Norwegian Quaker Relief after the Second World War’.
  • Frederique Green, ‘The American politico-legal system and the Amish’.
  • Ian Toombs, ‘Secular Religion and the Sunday Service’.
  • Ian Cook, ‘Quakers and the Iron Industry, 1750 – 1800’.
  • Hilary Marson ‘A Quaker Theology of Personal Crisis’.