I have taught at the Universities of Manchester and Chester on themes of humanness, humaneness, secularisation, popular culture, technologies, Christian ethics, apocalypse, ecotheology, and other topics. I have previously supervised BA and MA dissertations and directed reading projects on religious ethics and immortality; identity conflicts and new media; apocalyptic narratives and video games; queer theologies in a postindustrial context; religious attitudes and video game censorship; AI and religious ethics; human identity and cyberspace; religious approaches to transhumanism.
I am currently teaching on the following courses:
- RELT10911 Introduction to Theological Studies in Philosophy & Ethics (TPE) [course unit director]
- SALC10411 Foundations for Interdisciplinarity [course unit director]
- SALC10422 Understanding Rhetoric: The Arts of Persuasion [course unit director]
- SALC21131 All About Eve [guest lecturer - Artificial Eves]
I also supervise a number of undergraduate dissertations, and co-supervise a number of PhD students.