Student Profiles

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

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David Tatum

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…

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Stewart Yarlett

Nontheism and the construction of neo-orthodoxy in British Quakerism.

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Marion Strachan

‘Norwegian Quaker Relief after the Second World War’.

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Peter Staples

‘The Journals of Joseph Wood, eighteenth-century traveling minister’

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Nicola Sleapwood

‘Quakers and Business in the Twentieth century’.

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Zoë Simms

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…

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John Shinebourne

‘The Meaning of Membership’.

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Kevin Mortimer

‘Orthodox and Quaker Soteriology’.

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Glen Morrison

‘Patterns of Church Planting amongst Early Friends’.

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Irena Marusincova

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…

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Hilary Marson

‘A Quaker Theology of Personal Crisis’.

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Sian King

‘The distribution and ownership of English chapbooks and other cheap print in south Wales and its borders, 1650 to 1730’.

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Chris Lord

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…

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Hugh Jones

Swarthmore lectures

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Maargaret Johnston

‘Quakers and the Priesthood’.

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Damian Hursey

‘Charles Taylor’s ‘Sources of the Self’ and Life actualisation’.

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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…

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Chris Gardiner

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…

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Mark Frankel

‘T. Edmund Harvey’.

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Erica Canela

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…

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Andrew Fincham

‘Quaker Attitudes to Commerce’.

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Ian Cook

‘Quakers and the Iron Industry, 1750 – 1800’.

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Stephen Brooks

‘Habermas and Quaker Business Method’.

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Kelvin Beer-Jones

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…

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Leo Barnard

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…

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Andrew Jack

‘Wittgenstein and the Quakers’.

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Melvin Harris

‘The Quakers of Fritchley 1868 – 1968’.

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Jonathan Doering

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…

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Richard Bainbridge

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…

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