School of Religion, Philosophy & Classics

Beverley Haddad

Beverley Haddad

Associate ProfessorDirector: CHART

Discipline Theology and Development


Contact Number 033-260-6172

Campus Pietermaritzburg Campus

Research Interests

  • Religion and HIV and AIDS
  • Gender and Development
  • Role of the Church in Social Transformation


  • Beverley Haddad, “Church uniforms as an indigenous form of Anglicanism: A South African case study”. Journal of Anglican Studies. March 2016, pp 1 – 16. DOI: 10.1017/S1740355315000224, Published online: 09 February 2016
  • Beverley Haddad (ed), Keeping body and soul together: Reflections by Steve de Gruchy on Theology and Development. Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications, 2015.
  • Beverley Haddad, “Service or subservience? Diakonia in our globalized, gendered world”. Ecumenical Review, 66.3, 2014: 274-287.
  • Beverley Haddad, “The South African women’s theological project: Practices of solidarity and degrees of separation in the context of the HIV epidemic”. Religion and Theology 20, 2013: 1-17.
  • Beverley Haddad, “The South African women’s theological project in historical perspective: Revisiting our practices of solidarity and degrees of separation”. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 145, 2013: 35-58.
  • Jill Olivier and Beverley Haddad, “Christian organizations’ place in multisectoral HIV/AIDS response: Kenya, Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo”. In Jill Olivier and Quentin Wodon (ed) Strengthening the evidence for Faith-inspired health engagement in Africa Vol 1, 167-182. Washington DC: World Bank Publications, 2012.
  • Beverley Haddad (ed), Religion and HIV and AIDS: Charting the terrain. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press, 2011.
  • E. Erikssen, G. Lindmark, Beverley Haddad and P. Axemo. “Involvement of religious leaders in HIV prevention, South Africa”. Swedish Missiological Themes, 99 (2), 2011: 119-135.
  • E. Erikssen, G. Lindmark, P. Axemo, Beverley Haddad and B. Ahlberg, “Faith, premarital sex and relationships: are church messages in accordance with the perceived realities of the youth? A qualitative study in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa”. Journal of Religion and Health, 50  Published online 13 April 2011, DOI 10.1007/s10943-011-9491-7