Chaplain and Senior Lecturer in Practice
Revd Canon Dr James Walters
Jim is the founding director of the LSE Faith Centre and leads its work in promoting religious literacy and interfaith leadership among the LSE’s global student body, in government and to the wider public. He is a Senior Lecturer in Practice at the LSE Marshall Institute for Philanthropy, a Senior Fellow of the LSE School of Public Policy and an affiliated faculty member at the Department for International Development. He has published a number of books including Baudrillard and Theology (2012), Religion and the Public Sphere: New Conversations (2018), A Christian Theology of Chaplaincy (2018), Religious Imaginations and Global Transitions (Nov. 2018) and Loving Your Neighbour in an Age of Religious Conflict (Jan. 2019). He was educated at Cambridge University and ordained priest in the Church of England in 2008 within which he is now a canon of Chichester Cathedral and represents universities on the General Synod, the Church’s governing body.
As chaplain to the whole School, Jim is available to speak confidentially to any student or member of staff regardless of religious affiliation.
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