Director appointed Honorary Research Fellow
20th March 2009
The Director of the Centre, Professor Andrew Linzey, has been appointed an Honorary Research Fellow of Stephen’s House, Oxford. St Stephen’s is an Anglican theological foundation in the University of Oxford, offering formation, education, and training for a variety of qualifications and ministries. The House was founded in 1876 by Edward King, then Regius Professor of Pastoral Theology in the University of Oxford, and later Bishop of Lincoln. It is the oldest theological college in the Church of England, and the newest Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford.
Professor Linzey was formally admitted to the fellowship by the Chairman of the House Council, the Rt Revd Dr Geoffrey Rowell, on Edward King Day, 5th March 2009. Commenting on his appointment, Professor Linzey said: “St Stephen’s is a vibrant college standing within the Catholic tradition of the Church of England, and has a long and distinguished history. It is an honour to be counted among its fellows.” More information about St Stephen’s is available here.