My doctoral research sought to reveal ways that ancient narratives about craft-work might illuminate present quandaries in business, engineering, and design surrounding excellence, creativity, property, and more. Along these lines I have an abiding interest interplay of ethics, design, technology, and economics. Since 2013, my research has taken on the contemporary context more directly and placed my interest in environmental ethics in the foreground, using ethnographic methods to investigate how moral community and political mobilisation are being generated by British churches and (by comparison) other environmental community groups in response to environmental change. Publications and PDFs are below for your perusal. You can also find and follow my recent publications at Researchgate, Amazon.com, ORCID, or ResearcherID, and if you must Academia.edu.

Books

Essays and Reviews

2016

  • Review of Brent Waters, “Christian Moral Theology in the Emerging Technoculture: From Human Back to Human”. In Studies in Christian Ethics 29(4), 508-511, November 2016 Abstract

Working Papers

2017

  • “Mapping Environmental Action.” in preparation Abstract

Articles and Book Chapters

2016

  • The Theology of Craft and the Craft of Work: From Tabernacle to Eucharist. Routledge. Abstract
  • “Changing Uses of Old and New Media in World Christianity” co-authored with Jolyon Mitchell, in Lamin Sanneh and Michael McClymond, eds., The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to World Christianity (Oxford: Blackwell, 2016) Abstract  pdf
  • “Hybrid Encounters in Reconciliation Ecology” in Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology, vol 20, issue 3, (Oct, 2016) Abstract  pdf
  • Time for Business: Business Ethics, Sustainability, and Giorgio Agamben’s ‘Messianic Time’ in De Ethica vol 2, issue 3, pp. 39-51 (Jan 29, 2016). Abstract  pdf

2015

  • Theology and Economics: A Christian Vision of the Common Good, edited by Jeremy Kidwell and Sean Doherty. Palgrave McMillan Abstract
  • “Radical or Realist? The Ethics of Work in John Chrysostom” in Theology and Economics, ed. By Jeremy Kidwell and Sean Doherty, Palgrave. Abstract

2011

  • “The Righteousness of Industrialism: Understanding the Legacy Behind The Present Moment in Technological Ethics,” in The Present Moment, ed. Markus Bockmuehl (Oxford: ORA, 2011) Abstract  pdf

2009

  • “On Dwarves and Scientists: Probing for Technological Ethics in the Creative Imagination of J.R.R. Tolkien” In FORUM, Issue 8, Spring 2009 Abstract  pdf

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