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Dr Jeremy Hall is Head of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Newington College, Sydney. He holds 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 leads a large and successful department in Sydney and is Director of Newington College Centre for Ethics.  As part of his role, he is responsible for Theory of Knowledge and Philosophy for the IB Diploma Programme. He has also been a Sessional Lecturer at Charles Sturt University and a member of the development panel for the CSU Masters in Religious and Values Education.

Previously Head of Philosophy at Hutchesons’ Grammar School, Glasgow, Jeremy was particularly 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.

Jeremy is also Director of the Dialogue Australasia Network (DAN), which promotes Philosophy and Religious Studies in Australia and New Zealand. In this role, he organises professional development courses for teachers, including the biennal DAN Conference.

Academic interests:
Moral Philosophy
Philosophy of Religion
Religion and the Arts
Philosophy and Religious Studies in Schools