Prof David Fergusson OBE, DD, FRSE, FBA is Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow Commoner of Magdalene College. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (since 2004) and a Fellow of the British Academy (since 2013). His research areas cover Christian doctrine, especially creation and providence, and philosophical theology. A minister of the Church of Scotland, he holds the post of Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland. 

Prof Fergusson is also an ex officio Trustee of the Henry Martyn Trust that runs CCCW.

For further information, click here.

Prof David F. Ford OBE is Regius Professor of Divinity Emeritus in the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Selwyn College. As well as his continuing work on Christian theology and on inter-faith relations, his current research focuses on the Gospel of John, glorification, theology, modernity and the arts, Scriptural Reasoning, contemporary worldviews, and education in schools and universities.

For further information, click here.

Dr habil. Jörg Haustein is Associate Professor in World Christianities in the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Selwyn College. He is an expert on Pentecostal and Charismatic movements worldwide and has written extensively about Pentecostal Christianity in Ethiopia. His second main research area focuses on German colonial engagement with Islam in East Africa, including missionary perspectives and debates. Dr Haustein has also done some work on religion and public policy, especially with respect to international development and inter-religious relations in Ethiopia.

For further information, click here.

The Revd Dr Tim Jenkins is a Reader in Anthropology and Religion in the Divinity Faculty at the University of Cambridge, and an Emeritus Fellow of Jesus College. His academic interests include European (particularly French and British) ethnography, Anthropological theory, and Anthropology of religion.

For further information, click here.

Prof David Maxwell is Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the World History Subject Group in the Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Emmanuel College. His research interests include history of African Christianity both in colonial and post-colonial settings, the religious encounter of Christianity with African traditional religion, indigenous African Christian movements, Pentecostalism, transnationalism and religious globalisation. He also has an interest in religion and the media, particularly religious print and photography.

For further information, click here.

Prof Sujit Sivasundaram FBA is Professor of World History in the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Gonville and Caius College. Until recently he directed the Cambridge University’s Centre of South Asian Studies. In 2023, he was elected a Fellow of the British Academy. His research engages with Imperial History, History of Science, Environmental History, Cultural History, History of Race, Indian Ocean History, and Pacific Ocean History.

For further information, click here.