Professor Richard Roberts

Honorary Professor

Religion Stirling,

Professor Richard Roberts

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Richard H. Roberts is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at Lancaster University and Visiting Emeritus Professor in the Division of Languages and Religion. His current research interests include religion and social theory, organisation theory (HRM as mode of social production), ethnography, Scottish literature and poetry, the interface between psychotherapies and contemporary spiritualities, shamanism, ritual and performance. An experienced singer, Professor Roberts has a particular interest in the role of music and sound in the generation of non-ordinary states of consciousness. Professor Roberts is associated with the current research clusters in Religion at Stirling and collaborates with the anthropologist Professor Geoffrey Samuel (University of Cardiff) in the Research Group on the Body, Health and Religion (BAHAR).