Dr Muthuraj Swamy
Muthuraj (PhD, University of Edinburgh) moved to Cambridge in 2018. Previously, he worked as Associate Professor, Dean of Theology, and Dean of Postgraduate Studies at the Union Biblical Seminary (Serampore University) in India.
Muthuraj is also a Visiting Fellow at St. John’s College, Durham University, and Project Manager for Theological Education for Mission in the Anglican Communion.
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Telephone: 01223 (3)30641
Dr Jenny Leith
Dean of Studies & Centre Co-ordinator
Jenny has teaching responsibilities within the Cambridge Theological Federation, and supports the academic progress of CCCW students. She recently completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of Roehampton, and a PhD in political theology at Durham University. This research grew out of several years spent working as a parliamentary researcher and in social policy. Alongside working for CCCW, she is a visiting lecturer at Sarum College and King’s College London.
Telephone: 01223 (3)30640
Ruth MacLean was born to missionary parents and spent her early childhood in Turkey before they moved to London to continue their work amongst Turkish-speaking communities. She gained a BA (Hons) degree in Education from Durham University, specialising in Theology and Linguistics. Since then, she has worked in libraries in Durham and Cambridge before coming to the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide in 2014. In her present role, she brings together her skills and experience in librarianship with her family background of missionary work. Married to Donald John MacLean, an elder in the Cambridge Presbyterian Evangelical Church, and with two children, Hannah and Jonathan, her interests include books, theology, and the Scottish highlands and islands.
Telephone: 01223 (3)30642
Philip Saunders had a long career as a senior archivist for the Cambridgeshire County Council before joining the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide in January 2015. Philip has a strong commitment to records preservation, both in the sense of extending collections and ensuring best practices for records in storage and use. He is keen on raising awareness of the value of archives by record publication and by outreach talks and exhibitions.
His interests include contributions to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography on the Huntingdonshire antiquaries Benjamin Hutchinson (1733-1804) and Robert Fox (1798-1843), the latter being the brother-in-law of Richard Taylor, early missionary to New Zealand and probably, like Henry Martyn a disciple of Charles Simeon.
Telephone: 01223 (3)30642