Dr. Jeremy Hall is Head of Philosophy and Religious Studies and Director of the Centre for Ethics at Newington College, Sydney. He has degrees in Theology from the University of Durham and a PhD from the Centre for the Study of Literature, Theology and the Arts, University of Glasgow.
He was previously Head of Philosophy at Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow and has been much involved in the development of Philosophy as a subject in Scottish schools. He was an examiner for the Scottish Qualifications Authority and a member of the advisory group which produced the first Scottish Higher in Philosophy.
He is New South Wales Executive for Dialogue Australasia, which promotes Religious and Values Education in Australia and New Zealand, and a member of the editorial board of the Dialogue Australasia Journal. He is also a Sessional Lecturer in Religious and Values Education for Charles Sturt University.
Jeremy has taught in school and university settings and regularly runs professional development courses for teachers in Australia and the UK.
- Moral Philosophy
- Philosophy of Religion
- Religion and Contemporary Culture
- Philosophy and Religious Studies in schools