David Marshall

David Marshall is a research fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the academic director of the Building Bridges Seminar. A priest in the Church of England, Marshall has served as a parish priest and taught in a variety of settings, including the universities of Edinburgh, Oxford, and Notre Dame in London, and an ecumenical theological school in Kenya. Most recently, he served on the faculty of Duke University's Divinity School as associate research professor of Islamic studies and Christian-Muslim relations, Jack and Barbara Bovender Associate Professor of Anglican Episcopal Studies and Ministry, and director of its Anglican Episcopal House of Studies. From 2000 to 2005 he served as chaplain and adviser on interfaith relations to the archbishop of Canterbury, during this time developing the Building Bridges Muslim-Christian seminar. He is author of Learning from How Muslims See Christianity (2006) and God, Muhammad and the Unbelievers (1999), and co-editor of the Building Bridges seminar book series published by Georgetown University Press. Marshall holds a Ph.D. in Islamic studies from Birmingham University.

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