Revd Canon Professor James Walters

James is a Trustee of Westcott House and the Chair of the Council’s Curriculum Development sub-committee. He also serves as a member on the Standing sub-committee.

James is Chaplain and a Senior Lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science and founding director of the LSE Faith Centre.

He studied theology at Cambridge University and was a member of the community at Westcott House from 2003-2007. He has published several books including Loving Your Neighbour in an Age of Religious Conflict (Jessica Kingsley, 2019) Religious Imaginations: How Narratives of Faith are Shaping Today’s World (ed.) (Gingko Library, 2018) and a theological engagement with the work of the French philosopher Jean Baudrillard (Bloomsbury, 2012).

James is a member of the Academic Board of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Examination in Theology and an associate of the St Paul’s Institute. He is an Honorary Canon of Chichester Cathedral.