There are over 40 students enrolled in CRQS programmes interested in a wide range of subjects.
Current MA by Research students
- Philippa Andrews, ‘Samuel Fothergill and Eighteenth-Century Quaker Reform’.
- Richard Bainbridge, how and why people became associated with Quakers in Britain today.
- Jonathan Doering, Quaker spirituality and creative production, particularly literary writing.
- Andrew Jack, ‘Wittgenstein and the Quakers’.
- Chris Lord, Quakers, Wittgenstein, and animal consciousness.
Current PhD students
- Leo Barnard, a Quaker perspective on mental health.
- Kelvin Beer-Jones, ‘Quakers and the History of Anthropology’.
- Stephen Brooks, ‘Habermas and Quaker Business Method’.
- Ian Cook, ‘Quakers and the Iron Industry, 1750 – 1800’.
- Andrew Fincham, ‘Quaker Attitudes to Commerce’.
- Erica Canela, ‘Quakers and Religious Identity in Herefordshire and Worcestershire, 1650 – 1725’.
- Mark Frankel, ‘T. Edmund Harvey’.
- Chris Gardiner, ‘Toeing the Scratch: A Historical Analysis of the Transition of Welsh Prize-Fighting c.1750 – c.1918’.
- Frederique Green, ‘The American politico-legal system and the Amish’.
- Melvin Harris, ‘The Quakers of Fritchley 1868 – 1968’
- Damian Hursey, ‘Charles Taylor’s ‘Sources of the Self’ and Life actualisation’.
- Margaret Johnston, ‘Quakers and the Priesthood’.
- Sian King, ‘The distribution and ownership of English chapbooks and other cheap print in south Wales and its borders, 1650 to 1730’.
- Hilary Marson, ‘A Quaker Theology of Personal Crisis’.
- Irena Marusincova, Feuerstein’s approach to teaching in Quaker contexts.
- Glen Morrison, ‘Patterns of Church Planting amongst Early Friends’.
- Kevin Mortimer (USA), ‘Orthodox and Quaker Soteriology’.
- John Shinebourne ‘The Meaning of Membership’.
- Nicola Sleapwood, ‘Quakers and Business in the Twentieth century’.
- Peter Staples, ‘The Journals of Joseph Wood, eighteenth century travelling minister’
- Marion Strachan, ‘Norwegian Quaker Relief after the Second World War’.