Dr Elizabeth Hutton
Fellow, Tutor for Women, Harassment Officer
Dr Hutton is a Harassment Officer available to advise and assist any student with concerns
about harassment or victimisation from another student or from any staff member in the University. She is a confidential advisers, who can assist students in resolving matters informally where possible, and will support them through a more formal resolution, if necessary.
Dr Hutton is an Ecclesiastical Historian and tutors Christian Life and Thought in Europe 1789-1921. Her research interests focus on Roman Catholicism in England during the 19th- and early 20th-centuries, with particular emphasis on Catholic social theology and the interaction between religious and secular ideas. In a previous academic life she was an economist.
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