Professor Anthony Reddie
Professor Anthony G. Reddie
Director, Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture, Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford
Professor Anthony G. Reddie is the Director of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture in Regent’s Park College, in the University of Oxford. He is also an Extraordinary Professor of Theological Ethics and a Research Fellow with the University of South Africa. He is the first Black person to get an ‘A’ rating in Theology and Religious studies in the South African National Research Foundation. This designation means that he is a leading international researcher. He has a BA in History and a Ph.D. in Education (with theology) both degrees conferred by the University of Birmingham. He has written over 70 essays and articles on the interface between Black Theology and Practical Theology. He is the author and editor of 19 books. His latest book is the republished Is God Colour Blind? First published in 2009 by SPCK. He is the author of Theologizing Brexit: A Liberationist and Postcolonial Critique (Routledge, 2019). This book is the first intercultural and postcolonial theological exploration of the Brexit phenomenon. His previous book was Journeying to Justice (Paternoster Press, 2017) (co-edited with Wale Hudson Roberts and Gale Richards). He is the Editor of Black Theology: An International Journal and is also a trustee of the ‘British and Irish Association for Practical Theology’. He is a recipient of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s 2020 Lambeth, Landfranc Award for Education and Scholarship, given for ‘exceptional and sustained contribution to Black Theology in Britain and Beyond’.