Dr Sally Myers
Sally Myers joined the Woolf Institute in March 2020 as a Visiting Scholar. She is researching frameworks for interpreting religious experience across different wisdom traditions.
She completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge researching the relationship between faith development and education theory with the Psychology and Religion Research Group, Faculty of Divinity. Sally has conducted postdoctoral research into narrative and paradigmatic meaning-making within and between different traditions in the Church of England, and between faith and science. She is currently interested in the relationship between spirituality and wisdom, especially as expressed with reference to the environment.
Sally is a priest in the Church of England, theological educator and co-editor of the book Science, Faith and the Climate Crisis, published by Emerald Publishing Limited June 2020.
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