David Spurrett

Brief Biography David Spurrett studied philosophy at the former University of Natal, and at King’s College London, and has lectured philosophy since 1991. He graduated with his PhD in metaphysics in 2000, and since then has co-edited and co-written several books, and many papers, mostly on topics in the philosophy of science, cognitive science and

Johannes Andreas Smit

External Research Profile ResearchGate Recent publications ‘Editing Alternation: A Fifteen Year Retrospective’, Alternation 16,1(2009) 336 -358. ‘Advancing Religion Studies in Southern Africa’, Alternation Special Edition 3 (2009): 331 – 353. ‘The “Dis-embodied Mind” and Religion’. Alternation Special Edition 3 (2009): 354 – 387. Dennis Brutus: Activist for Non-racialism and Freedom of the Human Spirit. Alternation 17,2 (2010) 8 – 71. African Indigenous Knowledge Systems

Simangaliso R. Kumalo

External Research Profile Google Scholar Orchid Researchgate Academia.edu Degrees Held PhD, University of KwaZulu-Natal Profile Professional History Awards Membership Of Advisory Professional Committees Professional History Director: Centre for Constructive Theology, SRPC, University of KwaZulu-Natal Academic Leader (HOD) Theology and Ethics Cluster, School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics 2020- Associate Professor: Public Theology and History, School

John Hilton

Degrees Held Institution and Location Degree Year(s) Field of Study University of Cape Town BA 1973 Classics University of Cape Town STD 1974 Education University of South Africa BA Hons 1978 Classics University of Reading, U.K. MA 1979 Theoretical Linguistics University of Natal, Durban PhD 1998 Classics Research Interests 1. The ancient novels and their

Sue Rakoczy

Selected Publications Books Great Mystics and Social Justice: Walking on the Two Feet of Love. New   York: Paulist Press, 2006. In Her Name: Women Doing Theology.Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications, 2004. Articles and Book Chapters Rakoczy, Susan 2013. “Wangari Maathai: Discerning a Call to Environmental Justice”       Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 145, 75-91. Rakoczy, Susan