Jeremy Kidwell

Dr., Rev

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

Given that my own work is interdisciplinary, I welcome enquiries from prospective research students on a variety of topics in theological ethics carried out in the form of constructive critical reflection or ethnographic inquiry. To get a better sense of my work, have a look over my website at jeremykidwell.info, but my current areas of work include: environmental ethics (or “religion and ecology”), technology, business and organisational ethics, design and aesthetics, and the integration of ethical reasoning with biblical exegesis.

20092021

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Biography

Broadly speaking, I am an interdisciplinary scholar: trained in ethics and constructive theology with a background in the humanities, particularly literature and music. I also have a decade of prior experience working in the high-tech sector. My work explores the problems facing our civilizations and ecologies without deference to disciplinary silos and as a result it is both critical and constructive, data driven and humanistic. I hope that my work can participate in a broader effort to stitch back together the themes of "nature" and "culture" in the mode of a field philosopher allowing an ethnographic and quantitatively generated understanding of grassroots problems and interests to illuminate my constructive ethical reflections.

Research interests

I currently have three research projects underway:

  • An AHRC funded study titled “finding common ground” which seeks to investigate religious environmental groups in Britain and finds ways of connecting up religious and secular carbon workers.
  • A monograph-length book project, Ecological Reconciliation in the Anthropocene which examines ways in which different theologies of time are at work in the recently ratified construct of the “Anthropocene”
  • An investigation into the ethics of design.

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 13 - Climate Action
  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

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