Professor Christopher Hancock is the Founding Director of Oxford House Research Ltd. Historically a theologian, who taught at Cambridge and in the USA, his work has focused in the last twenty years on culture, ethics, and religion in contemporary geopolitics. As an Asia specialist, he was Dean of Bradford Cathedral and helped launch the new China Centre at King’s College, London. Having taught around the world and published across a wide range of disciplines, he is currently a Visiting Professor at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham.
His forthcoming book Christianity and Confucianism: Culture, Faith and Politics will be published by Bloomsbury in December 2020.
- ‘On living with the unresolved’: Chaucer, elections and the mystery of Griselda
- Who ‘stoops to conquer’ anymore? On humour, humility, guile and diplomacy
- News 23rd October 2020
- For whom does the bell toll? On Donne, death and Marxist anthropology
- ‘The lady’s not for turning’: on leadership, folly and tragedy