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Dr Virginia Ingram

Religious Studies

Charles Stuart University



Virginia Ingram is a research fellow at the Centre for Public and Contextual Theology (PaCT) at Charles Sturt University, Australia. She is also the Director of the Centre for Ecumenical Studies at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture at Charles Sturt University.

Virginia undertook her doctoral studies at Murdoch University, Australia, but has also studied internationally, including learning biblical Hebrew at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. She has published widely in diverse areas including literary criticism of biblical texts, psychological hermeneutics, ecumenism, and public theology. This research has been presented at international conferences including at King’s College London, the Humboldt University in Berlin, the McCormick Convention Centre in Chicago and at Tartu University, Estonia.

She is the author of the book Grace: Free, Costly or Cheap? She is currently writing a book on the implications of the Royal Commission into the Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse for the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC). As part of this research, Virginia was a scholar-in-residence for three months at the Anglican Centre in Rome (the Anglican embassy to the Holy See).