Tuesday, 2nd Apr 2013


John Cornwell

John Cornwell is an author, journalist and Fellow Commoner of Jesus College, Cambridge where he directs the Science and Human Dimension Project, a public understanding of science programme, and the Rustat Conferences. He has written for many well known publications including The Sunday Times, Vanity Fair, Nature, Financial Times, Prospect, New Statesman, Spectator, TLS, The Tablet, New York Times and The Observer.

He is author of twenty books including Darwin's Angel, An Angelic Response to the The God Delusion (Richard Dawkins); Hitler's Pope - The Secret History of Pius XII: A Thief in the Night (see cover image below); Power to Harm; Earth to Earth; three novels and a biography of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

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