Dr Lynn Revell
reader in religion and education, Canterbury Christ Church University

Lynn Revell is a reader in religion and education at Canterbury Christ Church University where she has worked on the PGCE for Religious Education and Citizenship, and now leads the Doctorate in Education.

She has worked in secondary schools as a teacher of Religious Education and for the Commission for Racial Equality. Lynn is currently involved in research on looking at the significance of extremism in education and free speech in schools and FE. She has published work on the representation of Islam in RE, and the impact of the requirement to promote ‘fundamental British values’ in schools and colleges.


Sunday 23 October, 12.00 Frobisher Auditorium 2
Religious education in a secular age