The Rev. Alison Hari Singh

Sessional Instructor 

alison.hari.singh@utoronto.ca


“I believe, help my unbelief.” Mark 9:24 


Personal statement

I am a South Asian immigrant by way of the UK to Canada. As an Anglican priest I want to root my work in the parish and the academy. Theology is for the church! I’m very committed to decolonizing the academy and the church. As part of my academic work, I have co-edited a book entitled Reading In-between: How Minoritized Cultural Communities Interpret the Bible in Canada. I am interested in a wholistic, sacramental spiritual development that unites contemplation and action. We exist to “repair the world” (tikkun olam). My pronouns are she/her.

Research interests

Theologies of church and state
Critical race and decolonial theories
Anglicanism
Theology and popular culture

Education 

BSc (Hons.), University of Toronto
MRel, Wycliffe College
PhD (cand.), University of St. Michael’s College

Interests

Yoga, reading and writing fiction, playing the piano and guitar, music composition, singing, hiking, cycling