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About The Editorial Team

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Annie McCormack | Editor &

Annie is a queer feminist theologian with a keen interest in Hebrew Bible studies as well as studies of material culture in ancient Mesopotamia/Western Asia.


Annie’s work is informed by their grounding in queer politics and socialist-Marxist perspectives. Their passion is in preventing theology from becoming ‘blinkered’ and interacting with wider disciplines, and real-life subjects, as well as interacting with oneself when one does theology. Annie also has a background in film theory and criticism, and is keen to chat with anyone exploring film in their submissions!

Their research interests are in queer studies, feminist interpretation, Hebrew bible, ancient Israelite culture, socialist interpretation

Annie’s karaoke song is ‘Love Shack’ by the B-52s

Pronouns: She/They

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Giorgia O'Donoghue | Founder & Editor 

Giorgia O’Donoghue is conducting her MPhil/PhD in the Theology and Religious Studies Department at Kings College London. In 2020 she founded the Religion Outside the University Seminar Program to provide an opportunity to hear from experts in their field on topics associated broadly with religion and for those interested in a career in Academia to explore research areas of interest and work on seminar facilitation confidence. After the success of the ROU Project, Giorgia, along with Annie McCormack established the Journal for Interdisciplinary Theology. 


She has a keen interest in exploring interdisciplinary academia in a creative and not necessarily traditional format, with the aim of encouraging new and emerging talent.  As a Dyslexic academic, Giorgia is determined even more so to encourage neuro-diverse voices.  

Her thesis is entitled ‘"Intelligent Faith’ and ‘Traditional Faith’: Approaches to Johannine Scholarship and their Implications" and focuses on the impact of interdisciplinary scholarship on approaches to the Gospel of John. 

Giorgia's Karaoke Song is 'Stairway to Heaven' by Led Zeppelin 

Pronouns: She/Her

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