Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture
Project for the Study of Love in Religion
Love in Business and Economics
A Brain-storming Seminar
Regent’s Park College, Oxford: Friday 29 November 2019 at 3.00 pm
A briefing paper with proposed areas of investigation was produced for this seminar, and may be obtained by clicking here.
Dr. Isabella Bunn, Research Fellow in Governance and Global Ethics, and Associate Director of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture, Regent’s Park College, Oxford; Member of the International Advisory Council, Oxford Analytica; American Bar Association Representative to the United Nations in Geneva and member of the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights.
Revd. Professor Paul S. Fiddes, Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Oxford; Leader of the Project for the Study of Love in Religion; Principal Emeritus, Regent’s Park College, Oxford.
Professor Paul Weller, Professor and Leader of the Culture, Religion and Belief Research Group at the University of Coventry; Emeritus Professor, University of Derby; Research Fellow in Religion and Society, Regent’s Park College, Oxford; Associate Director of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture.
Professor Hugh Whittaker, Professor in the Economy and Business of Japan, Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies, Oxford.
Dr. Demetri Kantarelis, Professor of Economics, Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Revd Dr Frank Turner, S.J., Fellow in Political Theology, Campion Hall, Oxford; Superior of the Jesuit Community and Delegate of the Province for the Intellectual Apostolate; formerly Fellow at the Jesuit European Social Centre, Brussels.
Dr Séverine Deneulin, Senior Lecturer in Economics and International Development, Department of Social & Policy Sciences, University of Bath; Research Associate of the Laudato Si’ Institute, Campion Hall, Oxford.
Dr. Minlib Dallh, O.P., Fellow in the Study of Love in Religion, University of Oxford.
Dr. Jiran Wang, Lecturer in Philosophy, Hunan University, P.R. China; Visiting Scholar at the Project for the Study of Love in Religion, Regent’s Park College, Oxford.