Ian Michael Kenway

Curriculum Vitae

(reverse chronological order)

Current Address

Katerina's House, Symi, 85 600, Dodecanese, GREECE

Landline: (+30) 22460 71298

Mobile (Greece): (+30) 698 715 0390

Mobile (UK): (+44) (0)7927 429237

Fax: (+44) (0)7092 315825

E-mail: iankenway@ciepp.net

General Background

Nationality: British
Born: 13 May 1952, Fareham, Hampshire, England, UK
Married to Wilgress Audrey Sealey Kenway (née Case) in June 1978 until her death in March 2017 [see Annexe]

Current Position Held

2013 - Director: Centre for the Information Ethics and Public Policy (CIEPP)

The Centre for Information Ethics and Public Policy (CIEPP) is a not-for-profit organisation exclusively committed to the following three Objects:

    1. to promote the study of information ethics as a fundamental domain of ethical inquiry;

    2. to monitor and assess the societal and economic impacts of public policy on the development and use of information and communication technologies; and

    3. to undertake or commission quality research, teaching and publishing activities or projects consistent with Objects 1 & 2.

2004-2019 Honorary Research Fellow in Ethics and ICT at Cardiff University

The Fellowship was originally established by the School of Computer Science (now Computer Science & Informatics – COMSC ) and the School of Religious Studies and Theology (now History, Archaeology and Religion – SHARE)

Contributions to COMSC's Data and Knowledge Engineering (formerly Informatics) Research Group seminars included:

Within SHARE, I was member of the Centre for Body, Health and Religion (BAHAR).

Contributions within BAHAR included:

Member of the Autism Spectrum People and Religion Research Group (ASPARRG) (2007-2012)

Previous Positions Held

2002-13  Director: Centre for the International Study of Cyberethics and Human Rights

2008-10 Project Co-ordinator, ETHICSWEB (EU FP7)

2007-10  Joint Series Editor (with Jennifer Gunning and Søren Holm) of Ethics, Law and Society, Ashgate.

2007-10  Co-ordinator, Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law and Society

1999-2001  Independent Research in cyberethics and IT, Southern Nevada, USA

1993-99   Director of Studies,  Centre for the Study of Theology at the University of Essex

1988-93  Assistant Secretary of the Church of England Board for Social Responsibility and Editor of Crucible

1982-88   Priest-in-Charge of St Mary and St John, Shaw Hill, Alum Rock, Birmingham

1979-81   Curate at St Stephen’s, Southmead, Bristol

1976-79   Curate at St Peter’s, Hillfields within Coventry East Team Ministry and Parish

1969-70    Laboratory technician at the Product Assessment Laboratories, Plessey Company, Titchfield, Hants

Other Ministerial Appointments


Awarded Ph.D. by the University of Bristol for my dissertation Rationality, Judgment and Certainty (Supervisor: Dr Denys Turner, currently Horace Tracy Pitkin Professor of Historical Theology at Yale University and previously Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. See The Atheism Tapes)

Trained for the ordained ministry at the College of the Resurrection, Mirfield (deaconed 1976, priested 1977)

Read Theology (with Philosophy options) at the University of Leeds. Awarded BA Hons Class II(i) degree.

Read Electrical Engineering at the University of Bristol

Educated at Price's School, Fareham, Hampshire

Memberships and Positions Held