Spread over two sessions, this workshop is for supervisors of postgraduate and doctoral students working with theological action research and/or the four voices of theology framework.
It takes place on Zoom and focuses on the particularities of supervising a theological action research project, with time to share experience, ask questions and engage with the key characteristics of theological action research.
The sessions are run by Dr Clare Watkins, Reader in Practical Theology and Ecclesiology at the University of Roehampton, Dr Helen Cameron, Research Associate of the Centre for Baptist Studies at Regent’s Park College, Oxford and Dr James Butler, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Roehampton and MA lecturer at the Church Mission Society, Oxford.
Feedback from Previous Participants
“For me it was quite perfect. It was nice that the number of participants was limited.”
“I was happy with the approach. The conversation and interaction was helpful. Orientation material was very helpful – thank you”
“Feeling better equipped [now] to supervise or to support a research student.”
“I see it as an interesting development in theology, responding to the increased interest in doing theology “from below” with the help of empirical methods. This shift requires a change in how we understand theology and I see the four voices as a way of developing that understanding.”
“Keep me posted on upcoming events.”