Jeremy Morris has been Master of Trinity Hall since 2014. He was previously Dean of Chapel of King’s College, Cambridge, where he was also Director of Studies and Fellow in Theology and Graduate Tutor. He read Modern History at Oxford, where he also did his doctorate, before working for some years in management consultancy and university management, including a spell at the LSE. After reading Theology at Cambridge, he was ordained and served as a parish priest in Battersea. He was Vice-Principal of Westcott House from 1996 to 2001, and Dean of Trinity Hall from 2001 to 2010. He is a specialist in modern religious history, including the Anglican tradition, the ecumenical movement, and arguments about secularization. He has supervised and lectured in Cambridge for twenty years, and has been external examiner at three universities and a visiting lecturer at universities in Britain and on the continent. Outside Cambridge, he is Director of the Archbishop’s Examination in Theology, and was formerly Deputy Chair of the Faith and Order Commission of the Church of England.