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Jane Shaw was born on 1963 in Norwich, United Kingdom, is a Historian, Anglican priest. At 57 years old, Jane Shaw height not available right now. We will update Jane Shaw's height soon as possible.

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Jane Shaw Age 59 years old
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Shaw has combined the work of a church historian with active participation in the life of the Anglican churches and campaigning for the ordination of women to the priesthood and the episcopate. She served as vice-chair of WATCH Women and the Church. She regularly writes for The Times and the Guardian on issues pertaining to politics, religion, and the arts. Shaw was an original member of a thinktank, the Chicago Consultation, advocating for LGBT Christians, and she has worked with V-Day on behalf of women who are victims of violence. In 2013, she joined the Board of the NGO Human Rights Watch in California.


Shaw's academic writing focuses on lived religion, which Robert Orsi describes as "the volatile and unpredictable nature of religious creation". "Miracles in Enlightenment England" showed how the experience of miracles in Enlightenment England challenged the elites. Her book "Octavia Daughter of God" won the 2012 San Francisco Book Festival History Prize, sponsored by JM Northern Media LLC. It unearthed the story of a female Messiah figure living in Bedford, England in the early twentieth century. The book was praised for showing how, and under what circumstances, a religion grows.


Shaw has held appointments as an honorary chaplain and honorary canon of Christ Church, Oxford, Director of the Oxford University Summer Programme in Theology, and Canon Theologian of Salisbury Cathedral, a new post created in 2007 to assist the bishop and cathedral chapter in their theological reflections. She served as a governor of a British boys' public school, Winchester College.


Shaw's interests include the Enlightenment, modern religious history, ethics, and issues in gender and sexuality. She has published several books, including Miracles in Enlightenment England (Yale University Press, 2006), Octavia, Daughter of God (Jonathan Cape, 2011), and A Practical Christianity (SPCK, 2012). She edited Culture and the Nonconformist Tradition (with Alan Kreider; Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1999) and The Call for Women Bishops (with Harriet Harris; afterword by Marilyn McCord Adams; London: SPCK, 2004).


Shaw taught history and theology at Oxford University for sixteen years. She was a fellow of Regent's Park College from 1994 to 2001 (Dean 1998–2001), and then Official Fellow and Dean of Divinity of New College, Oxford (2001–2010). Having trained in the St Albans and Oxford Ministry Course, she was ordained deacon in 1997 and priest in 1998. Shaw was Dean of Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, from 2010 to 2014.


Jane Shaw grew up in Norwich, England, on the grounds of the Great Hospital, a medieval hospital with its own chapel and cloisters where her father was master. She attended Norwich High School for Girls, an independent school. She studied modern history at Regent's Park College, Oxford, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in 1985: as per tradition, her BA was promoted to a Master of Arts (MA Oxon) in 1991. She went on to study theology at Harvard University, graduating with a Master of Divinity (MDiv) degree in 1988. She completed a PhD in history at the University of California, Berkeley (1994). She has received honorary doctorates from the Episcopal Divinity School and Colgate University. In 2013, Shaw gave the baccalaureate address at Colgate University.


Jane Alison Shaw (born 1963) is Principal of Harris Manchester College, Oxford, Professor of the History of Religion, and Pro-Vice-Chancellor at the University of Oxford. Previously she was Professor of Religious Studies and Dean of Religious Life at Stanford University.