Leah E Robinson | OMICS International
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Leah E Robinson

Leah E Robinson
Auburn University, Kinesiology, 301 Wire Road
Auburn, AL 36849, USA
Tel: 3348448055
Fax: 3348441467
E-mail: [email protected]


She first came to Edinburgh University in September 2015 to work primarily in the area of Practical Theology. I am interested in the wider understanding of all theology as 'practical,' and I greatly enjoy working with colleagues to further define what this area of study means in our world. 2010-2015: Lecturer in Practical Theology at the University of Glasgow. 2007-2011: PhD student at University of Edinburgh in Practical Theology 2007: Graduated from Mercer University with a Masters of Divinity with a special emphasis on academic research 2004: Graduated from Shorter University with a joint BSc in Psychology and Religious Studies

Research Interest

1. The continued issues pertaining to sectarianism in the Scottish and Northern Ireland contexts. This includes community work, ground level research, and theological understandings of violence and reconciliation 2. Practical theology and the way we further define and understand this concept in the contemporary world. 3. The theology of violence/reconciliation in war time, and how these theological views change as war continues long beyond what was hoped or imagined. I welcome emails from research students who are interested in the following topics: Practical Theology Peacebuilding Religion and Violence Theologies of Violence/Reconciliation Sectarianism in the Scottish and Irish contexts Theology in War Time Contemporary Contextual Theologies

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