Dr Jonathan Tuckett is now an independent researcher, having just finished teaching fellowships with the Universities of Stirling and Edinburgh. He is a specialist in Theory and Method, and philosophical phenomenology. He graduated with his PhD from the University of Stirling in 2015 with a thesis critiquing our idea of “social science” in the study of religion. His current research is on Levels of Intersubjectivity, looking at the different ways in which we engage and constitute the “Other”.
What we can learn from our Founding Fathers
Christmas Special 2017 – Scrape My Barrel!
AI and Religion: An Initial Conversation
Christmas Special 2016 – The Unverifiable Truth-Claim!
Christmas Special 2015 – Fourteen to One!
Christmas Special 2014 – MasterBrain!
Studying “Non-Ordinary Realities”: A Roundtable Discussion
Book Reviews, May, 2014 – Graham Harvey, Morgan Luck, and James Cox
Roundtable on Religious Studies and Academic Credibility beyond ‘World Religions’
Christmas Special 2013 – Nul Point
Christmas Special – Only 60 Seconds!
Roundtable: Building an Academic Career
Roundtable: Critics or Caretakers?
Naomi Goldenberg on Religion as Vestigial States
Timothy Fitzgerald on ‘Religion’ and Mystification
Roundtable: Should Religious Studies be Multidisciplinary?
Lisbeth Mikaelsson on Religion and Gender
Roundtable: What is the Future of Religious Studies?