Published in Studies in Christian Ethics – open-access. In this article I consider the relationship between Christian pastoral care and Artificial Intelligence systems.
new article – “Reimagining the White surveillance gaze: A practical theological proposal for repentant and solidaristic engagement”
Practical Theology 15.1-2: 94-106. Abstract: This surveillance gaze is White in the sense that while it may, on occasion, intentionally target people who are non-white for special scrutiny, this gaze comprises… Read More »new article – “Reimagining the White surveillance gaze: A practical theological proposal for repentant and solidaristic engagement”
27 September 2021 (online) 2pm-8pm Programme and Invitation to Register Othering occurs when some individuals or groups are labelled as not meeting the norms of… Read More »Othering: An Ireland-Scotland Practical Theology Conference
My article, ‘Retreat, rebuke, recite: outliers in church responses to the current COVID-19 pandemic‘ is now available online in the journal Practical Theology. Abstract: The article… Read More »new article on churches and the pandemic
Surveillance and Religion: Faith Communities Watching and Being Watched to be edited by Eric Stoddart (Scotland) and Susanne Wigorts Yngvesson (Sweden) Call for contributions to… Read More »Call for contributions to edited volume on surveillance and religion
Now published – limited introductory offer £20 from the publisher. “Mutual flourishing” and the “Common Good” are now in common parlance – but how is… Read More »‘The Common Gaze: Surveillance and the Common Good’ – new book
Call for Papers, open now until 31 October 2018 European Academy of Religion, 4-7 March 2019 Abstract Religious communities are targets, as well as consumers,… Read More »CfP Surveillance & Religion Panel, EuARe Bologna, March 2019