Fleur St Clair Houston Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Fleur St Clair Houston

Fleur Houston is a writer and theologian and an ordained minister of the United Reformed Church with extensive local, national and international experience. Her recent book draws on her involvement as an advocate with the Churches Refugee Network. She has published chapters in books and articles in Journals and is currently engaged in writing an intellectual biography of the distinguished theologian, John Wood Oman.

Subjects: Philosophy, Religion


As part of her degree course in French language and literature at the University of Aberdeen, she spent a year at the Sorbonne, Paris, where she obtained the Certificat d'├ętudes francaises.  On completing her B.Litt thesis on Technical Competence and Appreciation in Diderot's Art Criticism, she held lectureships successively in the French departments of Belfast and Manchester Universities.  After a gap to bring up her children, she undertook ordination training in Cambridge where she also read for the Tripos in Theology.  She then served pastorates in Sheffield and Blackbird Leys, Oxford.  She has also been extensively involved with national and international ecumenical affairs, most notably as a member of the Council of the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe and travels widely in Europe and further afield.


    MA first class honours Aberdeen; B.Litt Oxford; MA Cambridge

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    She is currently writing an intellectual biography of the Rev Professor John Wood Oman, involving extensive original research.


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