MoChridhe received his Master of Religious Studies degree from Nations University in 2013, and now focuses his research on the Oxford Goddess Revival (OGR)—a New Religious Movement that arose in England during the early 1970s. This work, lying at the intersections of Religious, Pagan, and Women’s Studies, has led him to subsidiary interests in gender and religion, the rôle of fictional narratives in contemporary spirituality, and the reception of Greek antiquity in modern lesbian culture. He is the creator and chief archivist of the Oxford Goddess Revival Archive, as well as the editor of the only critical edition of the movement’s scriptures. His publications and conference presentations can be found here.
When not presenting his own research, he enjoys participating in lively conversations about other people’s as a respondent for the Religious Studies Project.