|Education||University of St Andrews (MA, PhD)|
Harvard Divinity School (MST)
|Occupation||Academic, editor, writer|
Clair Linzey is a British theologian, animal ethicist and writer. She is the Frances Power Cobbe Professor of Animal Theology at the Graduate Theological Foundation, Deputy Director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics and the director of their annual summer school. Linzey is also co-editor of the Palgrave Macmillan Animal Ethics Series and the Journal of Animal Ethics.
Linzey is the daughter of the theologian Andrew Linzey. In 2004, she received a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from the University of St Andrews, Scotland, where she received several prizes. Linzey received two scholarships to study for a Master of Theological Studies at Harvard Divinity School, graduating in 2008. She received her doctorate on the ecological theology of Leonardo Boff, with a particular focus on its relation to animals, also from St Andrews.
Volumes co-edited with Andrew Linzey: