Dr Daniel Moulin-Stożek is Research Fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society in the University of Navarra. He studied research methodology and educational studies at the University of Oxford and previously held positions at Somerville College, Oxford; the University of Geneva, Switzerland; and worked as a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Roehampton, London.
Dr Moulin-Stożek’s research interests are broad and interdisciplinary. They include the social scientific study of religion, sociology of education, philosophy of education, character education and subject formation. Dr Moulin-Stożek uses a range of empirical research methods including interviews, ethnography, and mixed-method designs.
In the field of education, he is the author of Leo Tolstoy (London, Bloomsbury, 2014) and peer-reviewed papers in journals such as The Oxford Review of Education, Race, Ethnicity and Education and the British Educational Research Journal and the Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Dr Moulin-Stożek serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Beliefs and Values and has a regular blog for RE Online where he has written on topics as varied as the refugee crisis, extremism and science and religion. He has given papers, lectures and invited talks in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Italy, Ireland and Russia.
In 2012, Dr Moulin-Stożek was awarded the Carmen Blacker Prize for the Study of Religion. He has been the recipient of research grants and scholarships from the UK Economic and Social Research Council, The Spalding Trust, The Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, The Levant Foundation, The Farmington Institute and the Templeton World Charity Foundation.
Dr Moulin-Stożek is currently working on projects about pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain and character education in Latin America. His other research interests include:
- Subject formation and identity theory
- Character education and religion
- Secularisation theory
- Religious education pedagogy
- Interreligious dialogue
- Religious prejudice and tolerance
- The thought of Leo Tolstoy
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