Dr Amy Daughton is Lecturer in Practical Theology in the School of
Philosophy, Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham. She
also maintains a link with her previous institution as a Research
Associate of the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, Cambridge.
She lectures in political theology, theological anthropology and ethics.
Her research and published writing focuses on questions that appear at
meeting points of theology, politics and practice, including labour,
capability and human development, and political populism. Based on
doctoral work at Trinity College Dublin, her most recent monograph is a
2016 study on Paul Ricoeur and Thomas Aquinas, titled With and For
Others which explored questions of self, other and institution, with a
view to issues of intercultural hermeneutics.