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FeAST Advisory Team

Rev'd Dr Carlton Turner 
Rev'd Dr Carlton Turner, a native of the Bahamas and an Anglican priest, is a Caribbean Contextual and Practical theologian working as a tutor in Contextual Theology and Mission Studies at the Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham. Dr Turner writes and researches on themes around decolonisation, legacies of enslavement, theologies of oppression, and theological hermeneutics as they have shaped and continue to shape postcolonial and postimperial contexts.


Dr Paulo Ueti
Dr Paulo Ueti, Brazilian, from the Diocese of Brasilia, Brazil; Theologian and New Testament Bible Scholar, migrant and world traveller, with the roots and passion on the moving, mixed race, with Japanese mom and Italian father, very multicultural have lived in 18 different places, there of them out of Brazil. With long experience working with Landless Peoples Movement and Via Campesina International and currently working with Anglican Communion Office and Anglican Alliance as theological advisor and with USPG since Feb 23 as Latin American and the Caribbean Regional Manager and Theologian. 


Rev'd Cathrine Ngangira 
Rev'd Cathrine Ngangira, born and raised in Zimbabwe. Currently serving as Priest in Charge of Boughton under Blean with Dunkirk, Hernhill and Graveney with Goodnestone in Canterbury Diocese. She has interests in Christian Leadership, Missiology and Spirituality. She has a passion to see young people and women actively involved in church life and leadership. In her spare time, she enjoys catching up with her family and friends, travelling and doing nothing. 


Rev'd Dr Julio Eduardo 
Rev'd Dr Julio Eduardo dos Santos Ribeiro Reis Simões is a reverend in the Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil. He has a postdoctoral degree in Science of Religion, in the area of Interreligious Dialogue, a doctorate in the same area and a Master's and Bachelor's degree in Theology. He organizes his way of thinking about religions and religiosity mediated by rites, seeking to identify in the ritual practice of faithful people elements that say about what they really believe, despite their formal religious affiliations. He is a member of the Anglican Center for Theological Education, of the Anglican Diocese of Rio de Janeiro, since 2014, and is also responsible for the social media and website of the Center for Anglican Studies, the Brazilian national body for teaching Anglican theology. He has translated several theological works into Portuguese, and is fluent in English, Spanish and Italian. He is the author of several books and articles of poetry, scientific dissemination, science of religion, theology of religions and systematic theology. He believes that theological education is capable of moving the church beyond itself.


Rev’d Canon Dr Peniel Rajkumar
The Rev’d Canon Dr Peniel Rajkumar is Global Theologian and Director of Global Mission at USPG. He also teaches at Ripon College Cuddesdon and is the Honorary Canon Theologian of York Minster and Worchester Cathedral. Prior to joining USPG Peniel served as Programme Executive for Interreligious Dialogue and Cooperation at the World Council of Churches, Geneva and taught at the Ecumenical Institute in Bossey. He has held teaching positions in India, USA, Switzerland and Bossey and is the author and editor of many books including: Dalit Theology and Dalit Liberation, Mission At and From the Margins, Asian Theology on the Way, Many Yet one: Multiple Religious Belonging, Faith(s) Seeking Justice: Dialogue and Liberation. His research interests are in the area of World Christianity, Mission, Interreligious Engagement and Liberation and Decolonial Theologies.


Rev'd Dr Joshua Samuel
Joshua Samuel is an ordained minister of the Church of South India currently serving in the Episcopal Church. Along with doing parish ministry, he teaches Theology and Mission at the George Mercer School of Theology, Garden City, New York. He has also served briefly on the faculty of the United Theological College, Bangalore, India. He is the author of Untouchable Bodies, Resistance, and Liberation: A Comparative Theology of Divine Possessions (Leiden: Brill, 2020). 

Dr Emily Colgan

Emily is a Pakeha researcher in Biblical Studies and the Manukura/Principal at St John’s Theological College/Hoani Tapu te Kaikauwhau i te Rongopai in Aotearoa New Zealand. Her research focuses on the relationship between the Bible and contemporary social imaginaries, asking about the degree to which the ideologies contained within biblical texts continue to inform communities in the present. Emily is particularly interested in ecological representations in the Bible, as well as depictions of gender and violence.

Rev’d Tamsyn Kereopa

Rev’d Tamsyn Kereopa is of Te Arawa & Tuwharetoa descent. She is a PhD candidate with the University of Otago on the topic “A Wahine Māori Theology of Liberation” and a researcher for Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa. Tamsyn was a member of the WCC Commission on Ecumenical Theological Education & Formation and has been involved with and contributed to the work of the WCC Indigenous Peoples Reference Group. Tamsyn is also a member of the Council for Ecumenism of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.

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