Margaret B. Adam

Margaret B. Adam lives at St Stephen’s House, Oxford, where she is Visiting Tutor for Contemporary Christian Ethics. She has previously taught theology and ethics at Loyola University Maryland, the University of Glasgow, the Scottish Episcopal Institute, and the University of Chester. Currently, she is the postdoctoral researcher for the three-year AHRC-funded project, the Christian Ethics of Farmed Animal Welfare, which has recently produced a free policy framework for Christian institutions: see https://www1.chester.ac.uk/about-cefaw.

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