B.A (Hons) Oxon, Cert.Theology Oxon, MA (Hons) Oxon, PhD (Dunelm)
Jo Inkpin has been an Anglican priest for over 30 years, taught history and theology within Oxford University, Cambridge University Extension Courses (UK), the North East Ordination Course (UK) , St John’s Morpeth (CSU) & Newcastle School of Theology, and worked in several different capacities (including theological education, community development, peace and reconciliation, ecumenism, interreligious dialogue and environmental mission), at local, regional and national levels. An historian, theologian, social ethicist, and border crossing activist, she is currently particularly engaged in issues of interreligious challenge, Australian Reconciliation, and gender & sexuality. She has held various leading roles in Interreligious organisations (including the Australian National Dialogue of Christians, Muslims & Jews) and is currently co-chair of the Anglican Church Southern Queensland’s Reconciliation Action Plan and co-chair of Equal Voices Queensland.
Jo is also a transgender woman and author of Trans Spirit Flourishing – a transgender Christian website of resources – www.transspirit.org
THL131/410 The Rise of Christianity to 600CE
THL132 European Reformations, 1400–1700
THL245 God, Humanity & Difference
THL330 Global Christianity since 1700
THL513 Church History Methodology (Honours level)