Cruise Ship Speakers

Religion & Ethics
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Anne-Marie Harrison
Anthropologist, Cultural Expert & Historian
Diplôme d'anthropologie (EHESS Sorbonne)
Coming from: Saint-Privat des Prés,  Dordogne  France
Anne-Marie is an Anthropologist who has been involved in the communities of the various countries where she has lived (France, England, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia) through many cultural and charitable projects. She is particularly appreciated for her ability to present complex subjects in a “palatable” form. In over 20 years, she has devised many lecture series on Southeast Asia and Europe which can be adapted to suit the different itineraries offered by cruise lines.

Herbert Kerrigan QC
Criminology & Law
Queen's Counsel; Barrister, Middle Temple
Coming from: Dalkeith,  Midlothian  UK
Professor Herbert Kerrigan is a leading Queens Counsel in Scotland who also practices at the English Bar in the Chambers of the Lord Carlile, QC. He has taught at the University of Edinburgh where he was lecturer in criminal law and criminology. Herbert holds degrees in Arts Law and Divinity and is also qualified in the Church of Scotland where he has been Convener of Military Chaplains.

Alan Nazareth
Former Indian Ambassador
MA (Economics & Politics)
Coming from: Bangalore,  Karnataka  India
Holding a Masters Degree in Economics from Madras University, Alan was selected for the Indian Foreign Service in May 1959. He has served in India’s diplomatic and consular missions in Tokyo, Rangoon, Lima, London, Chicago and New York and as India’s High Commissioner to Ghana and Ambassador to Liberia, Upper Volta, Togo, Egypt, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador & Belize. Ambassador Nazareth retired in May 1994 and since then has been guest lecturer at several Institutes as well as lecturing on cruise ships. He presents a diverse range of talks on Indian culture & history, Africa & the Middle East and general history.

Stephen Prickett
Art History & Literature
Coming from: Charing, near Ashford,  Kent  UK
Stephen has an MA and PhD from Cambridge, and has taught and lectured all over the world. An Honorary Professor at the University of Kent, he was previously Director of the Armstrong Browning Library, at Baylor University, in Texas, and before that Regius Professor of English at Glasgow University. He has also taught in Nigeria, at the University of Sussex, and held the chair of English at the Australian National University in Canberra. Though his main enthusiasm is Romantic and Victorian literature, especially the borderlands of poetry and theology, given the slightest opportunity he produces and directs Shakespeare plays – which he has done on three continents.

Ernest Rea
Religious Affairs
Coming from: Alderley Edge,  Cheshire  UK
Ernest Rea was born in Northern Ireland and gained degrees in History, Politics and Theology. In 1976 he embarked on a career in Religious Broadcasting working for BBC Northern Ireland and BBC1 Television eventually becoming responsible for all the BBC's religious output across radio and tv. He has expertise in all religions, in the history of the ancient world, in the modern history of Britain and Europe, and in contemporary political issues that affect religion and ethics, .

Rt Revd Tim Stevens
Lecturer in History, Classics, Culture & Religion
CBE
Coming from: Bury St Edmunds,  Suffolk  UK
Tim Stevens is a recently retired senior Church of England bishop, who served as lead bishop in the UK House of Lords. He has lectured in Europe, Africa, Caribbean, South America and The Arctic on the cultural, historical, religious and political background in 23 countries. Tim was for 16 years Bishop of Leicester, the UK’s most multi-religious city. Tim travels extensively as a cruise lecturer and as Prelate of the International Order of St John, with responsibility for chaplains in 40 countries world wide.