Brannon Hancock

Brannon Hancock is involved in post-graduate research within the University of Glasgow's Centre for the Study of Literature, Theology and the Arts. He recently completed a dissertation focusing on Mark C. Taylor's a/theology and for which he was awarded a Masters of Theology in Literature, Theology and the Arts.

Hancock is a 2004 recipient of the Overseas Research Students (ORS) award from Universities UK and a University Postgraduate Scholarship from the University of Glasgow, and he is currently working on a PhD under the supervision of Professor David Jasper. His doctoral work traverses the areas of postmodern theology and philosophy, literature, film and culture, and he is especially interested in exploring the ways in which sacramental and liturgical practice informs interpretation.

To offset such bookishness, he attempts to bring balance to his life by writing creatively, and by singing and playing music with his wife, Gloria.

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