Suleman Essop Dangor

External Research Profile ResearchGate Degrees Held BA Hons, MA, PhD (University of Durban-Westville) Higher Diploma in Arabic (University of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) Research Interests Islam in South Africa: history, language, education, politics, women. Sufism Islamization Selected Publications Journal Articles Books Chapters in Books On Line Articles Encyclopedia/Dictionary Completed Research Journal Articles 1981 “The Myth of

Pratap Kumar Penumala

External Research Profile ResearchGate Nidān: International Journal for Indian Studies http://nidan.ukzn.ac.za https://journals.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/Nidan/issue/current [under construction] Degrees Held Phd University of California, Santa Barbara, USA Th. (Comparative Religions), Serampore College, India A. (Philosophy), Sri Venkatesvara University, Tirupati, India D. (Christianity), Serampore College, India A. (English and Telugu Literature) Andhra University, India Research Interests Hinduism, Comparative Religions, South

Bernard Matolino

Bernard Matolino

External Research Profile ResearchGate Degrees Held Phd (Philosophy) UKZN 2009 NRF Rating Y1 (2015) Research Interests African philosophy Race Selected Publications Books Recent Publications Guest Editorial Books 2014. Personhood in African Philosophy.Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications Recent Publications “Rationality and Consensus in Kwasi Wiredu’s Traditional African Polities” Theoria (146) 2016 The Role of non-Political Institutions in Entrenching

Herbert Moyo

External Research Profile ResearchGate Google Scholar Degrees Held PhD – The investigation of the theological implications for the practical pastoral ministry of the evangelical Lutheran church in Zimbabwe posed by the political and socio-economic decline in Zimbabwe (1980 – 2008) Masters in Theology –  Jesus is HIV positive: Listening with compassion to the HIV positive people through

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

Roderick Hewitt

External Research Profile ResearchGate Degrees Held Diploma in Theology (1973-1976). United Theological College of The West indies BA (Hons) Theology (1974-77). University of the West Indies MPhil Systematic Theology (1994-1995). Kings College, University of London PhD Systematic Theology (1997-2001). Kings College, University of London BA (Hons) (UWI) MPhil,  PhD (Kings College-University of London) Research Interests Ecumenical Theology Missiology, African Theologies in

Charlene van der Walt

Charlene van der Walt

External Research Profile Google Scholar Degrees Held B.Th, MDiv, Licentiate in Theology, MTh (Old Testament) Stellenbosch University, DTh (Old Testament)  Stellenbosch University Research Interests Contextual and Intercultural Bible Reading, Feminist and Queer interpretation of the Bible, Intersection Gender, Health and Theology, Sexuality and Queer Studies. Professional Experience Associate Professor Gender and Religion at the School of

Lilian Cheelo Siwila

External Research Profile ResearchGate Google Scholar Degrees Held PhD,    (Gender and Religion)  MTh,   (Gender and Theology) Honors  (African Theology) HDE     (Education) Research Interests Gender and Culture African Feminism and Ecclesiology Sexual and reproductive health and its interface with Religion and women. Social and economic trends in contemporary theologies Gender and Liturgy Religion, sacred spaces and

David Spurret

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