There are over 40 students enrolled in CRQS programmes interested in a wide range of subjects.
United States My study will be exploring the doctrine of the immortal soul and the mortality of Jesus. I will be looking at what it…
Nontheism and the construction of neo-orthodoxy in British Quakerism.
‘Norwegian Quaker Relief after the Second World War’.
‘The Journals of Joseph Wood, eighteenth-century traveling minister’
‘Quakers and Business in the Twentieth century’.
England, UK An examination of whether exposure to Quaker values at school affects adult character This research question seeks to ascertain whether receiving an education…
‘The Meaning of Membership’.
‘Orthodox and Quaker Soteriology’.
‘Patterns of Church Planting amongst Early Friends’.
Czech Republic In my research, I focus on teaching values in the context of Quaker families and Sunday schools. Inspired by the pedagogue and cognitive…
‘A Quaker Theology of Personal Crisis’.
‘The distribution and ownership of English chapbooks and other cheap print in south Wales and its borders, 1650 to 1730’.
United Kingdom An investigation into the connections between the philosophy of Wittgenstein, Quaker silent worship, and the minds of non-human animals. The starting point is…
‘Quakers and the Priesthood’.
‘Charles Taylor’s ‘Sources of the Self’ and Life actualisation’.
Frédérique Green (Mrs)
UK My research focuses on historical and chronological interaction between the politico-legal system of the USA and the Amish. The enquiry explores the power dynamic…
United Kingdom ‘Toeing The Scratch’. A Historical Analysis of the Transition of Welsh Prize-Fighting c.1750 – c.1918. My thesis will provide a comprehensive analysis of…
‘T. Edmund Harvey’.
UK My thesis explores the topic of religious identity and early Quakerism in Herefordshire and Worcestershire, encompassing their origins in the mid-seventeenth century to the…
‘Quaker Attitudes to Commerce’.
‘Quakers and the Iron Industry, 1750 – 1800’.
‘Habermas and Quaker Business Method’.
What are the roles and motives of key individual Quakers and their friends in the social networks that both supported and actively delivered the learned…
United Kingdom I hope to re-examine the question of what a Quaker perspective on Mental Health might mean in the 21st Century by looking at…
‘Wittgenstein and the Quakers’.
‘The Quakers of Fritchley 1868 – 1968’.
Britain Harvey Gillman talks of “a power which is divine, creative and loving….” Whichever understanding of this ‘divine power’ different Quakers hold, they are living…
Britain and Ireland An exploration of how and why people became associated with Quakers in Britain today. Is it a case of ‘coming home’ or…