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Simon Lancaster – Associate Director

BMus, GradDipMus., Cert Christian Counselling (CWR), MSc (Oxon)

Associate tutor, Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford

Simon has worked as a historical researcher and contributor for some of the most prestigious presses in the world, and was an academic member of the modern history faculty at Oxford University, working as the chief Bibliographic Editor for the Oxford dictionary of national biography. Prior to this he was an editor working on The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, and has worked for several years as a professional cellist. He is one of the authors for the New Hart’s rules, Oxford University Press’s official style guide, and probably knows as much about style and bibliography as anyone in Oxford. Having graduated MSc from Oxford in English Local History he is now working towards his DPhil, examining issues to do with the expression of religious worship in nineteenth-century England. He has been a member of the Christian Counselling Association and is trained as a professional Christian counsellor.