Dr. Luke Fenwick is committed to a life of learning and inquiry as a teacher and as a student. He is currently writing about resistance and conformity in Nazi Germany, and how we might think about them theologically and existentially.
Luke grew up in Christchurch and completed his undergraduate degree in Classics and History at the University of Canterbury. He went on to read German history at University College, Oxford, where he took a doctorate in 2011. Since then, Luke has worked with policy and tertiary institutions in London, Washington D.C., Moscow, and Auckland.
Throughout this time Luke played more than 20 years of competitive rugby. Sport remains an interest, as do music and movies. Luke is a Senior Teaching Fellow at Venn and teaches on the Residential Fellowship, along with Summer Conference and various other events. He is married to Olivia, and Luke and Olivia have two sons, Jude and Gabriel.