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Abiola Crown is a doctoral student at the University of Aberdeen. She is recipient of the KLICE Majority World Award 2013-2014. Her PhD topic is a case study of violence against women among the Kikuyu tribe in Kenya, and the role of the African church. She is a Missionary in Nairobi, Kenya, and the facilitator of the Support for Battered Women Initiatives.
Kevin Hargaden is a doctoral student at the University of Aberdeen. He is the recipient of the KLICE - Transforming Business Joint Award in Business & Economics 2013-2014. His PhD topic is the theology of wealth, specifically as it relates to Ireland and her recent economic history. Kevin is also working towards ordination in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.
Katherine Hogg is a part time doctoral student at Leeds University. Her PhD topic is theology and peacebuilding in the international context. Her work involves using a dynamic, relational lens to study organisations involved in peacebuilding as well as considering the writing of John Paul Lederach, a peacebuilder practitioner and various theologians who have contributed to peacebuilding discourse. Katherine has a Masters in Theology, Religious Studies and International Development from Leeds University and also works part time for Christian Aid as a Regional Coordinator in Yorkshire.
Tony Banda was a KLICE award-holder from 2009-2012. He has recently completed a PhD in the area of biomedical ethics at the University of Durham: 'Rethinking Rationality: Theological Anthropology in Light of Profound Cognitive Impairment, Relationality, Embodiment and Personhood'. Tony is an Associate of the Higher Education Academy (AHEA). As a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Durham he taught in the Combined Honours programme and at the Department of Theology and Religion.
Andy Draycott was a KLICE award-holder from 2007 until 2009. He was brought up in a missionary family in Brazil. He is now Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Biola University, California. His doctoral studies were in political theology oriented by mission; he went on to co-edit a book with another former award-holder, Jonathan Rowe, entitled Living Witness: Explorations in Missional Ethics (IVP 2012).
James Gould is a doctoral student at the University of Exeter. He is the recipient of the Professor Sir Norman Anderson Award in Law and Ethics. His PhD focuses upon the unusual combination of Jurisprudence and Employment Law. He has served as an Associate Lecturer at the University of Exeter, where he has taught Jurisprudence, Contract, Commercial, Property and Employment Law. He has given papers, by invitation, at Oxford, Exeter, Cardiff and Mardin Artuklu (Turkey). James has also worked in a visiting capacity at the University of Bristol Law School. James further volunteers as a director and trustee for the charity, Adventure Plus.
1. Ethics in Brief March 2017 - Ancient Laws for New Challenges: The Ten Commandments as a Critique of Inequality Mark Glanville
2. KLICE Comment March 2017 - Illiberal Liberals?
3. KLICE News March 2017.
4. KLICE award-holder and Research Associate organising conference at Aberdeen University on 'Joy and Prosperity'
5. Report of CORAB symposium available.