The Centre’s Fellowship is team of leading academics and experienced practitioners who contribute to the organisation in terms of research, advice and teaching.
Prof Vincent Rougeau directs CTC’s research partnership with the University of Notre Dame. Having previously been its Associate Professor of Law, he is now Dean of Boston College Law School. His most recent work focuses on how the core values of Catholic Social Teaching might influence public policy. He is the author of the Oxford University Press book Christians in the American Empire: Faith and Citizenship in the New World Order.
Revd Dr Sabina Alkire is Director of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative. Dr Alkire is also a Research Associate at Harvard University and Vice President of the Human Development & Capability Association (HDCA)
Rt Revd Mgr John Armitage is Rector of the Basilica of Our Lady at Walsingham, having served as a parish priest in East London for many years. He was a founding leader in The East London Citizens Organisation.
David Barclay founded CTC’s Buxton Leadership Programme, and was the author of our report with Theos on Making Multiculturalism Work. He was lead organiser on the Citizens UK/CTC Just Money Campaign. He is now a Partner at the Good Faith Partnership.
Lord (Maurice) Glasman was the inspiration behind the Blue Labour movement. He has been a leading figure in London Citizens’ anti-usury campaign, and a keen supporter of the alliance.
Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave is the Bishop of Lichfield, and was the churches’ national advisor on Inter-Faith issues.
Dr Austen Ivereigh is a community organiser and Catholic journalist, having worked as an adviser to Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor. He is the author of Faithful Citizens, a parish guide to community organising.
The Revd Dr Philip Krinks is an ethicist, and is working with CTC on alternatives to exploitative payday lending.
Dr Alison Milbank is an Associate Professor at the Centre of Theology and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham. Her publications include Chesterton and Tolkien as Theologians: The Fantasy of the Real and (with Andrew Davidson) For the Parish: A Critique of Fresh Expressions.
Prof John Milbank is Professor of Religion, Politics and Ethics and Director of the Centre of Theology and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham. His publications include Theology and Social Theory: Beyond Secular Reason and The Future of Love: Essays in Political Theology. Along with Catherine Pickstock and Graham Ward, he is co-editor of the two book series Radical Orthodoxy (Routledge) and recently co-edited The Radical Orthodoxy Reader.
Ann Morisy is a community theologian and was Director of the Commission on Urban Life and Faith. Her most recent book is Bothered and Bewildered: Finding hope in troubled times.
Canon Dr Simon Oliver is Associate Professor of Philosophical Theology at Centre of Theology and Philosophy at the University of Nottingham. He is also Canon Theologian of Southwell Minster, the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham. His research concerns the doctrine of creation and Christian ethics.
Selina Stone has a long association with CTC, being one of the first participants in the Buxton Leadership Programme, and more recently working as its Co-ordinator. She teaches at St Mellitus College and is a PhD student at Birmingham University.
Revd Preb Ronald Swan is a former Master of the Royal Foundation of St Katharine. He has a long-standing interest in theological education, ecumenical and inter-faith relations.
Canon Guy Wilkinson is Company Secretary of Near Neighbours, and was the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Secretary for Inter Faith Affairs.
Revd Canon Lucy Winkett is Rector of St James’ Church, Piccadilly, having served her Curacy in east London and then become Canon Precentor at St Paul’s Cathedral. She is author of Our Sound is Our Wound – the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book for 2010.