Religion and Society in Africa Scholar Database

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Abia Friday Abia United Evangelical Church Reverend Religious freedom as human right; religious freedom and development; religious freedom and peace; religious freedom and good governance.
Adeola Kehinde Adedayo University of Abuja Dr Sociology of Religion
Muhammed Haron University of Botswana and University of Pretoria Professor of Religious Studies African Studies, Islamic Studies, African Islam, international Relations, Southeast Asian Studies, Southern African Studies, Religious Studies, Religion & Politcs, Religious Pluralism
Asonzeh Ukah University of Cape Town Professor Sociology/Anthropology of (African/Global) Pentecostalism, Religion and Media, Religious/Sacred Urbanism, African Religions; Political economy of Pentecostalism/ religious healing.
Martin K. Tanui University of Eldoret Lecturer Religion in/and Society; Religion and Politics; Religion and the Natural Environment; Relgion and Culture; Religion and Development; Religion, Violence and Peace
Joseph K. Rono University of Kabianga, Kenya Senior Assistant Dean of Students Moral philosophy, Ethics, Theology/Religion.
Mathews Gaongalelwe J Shabele University of Kwa-Zulu Natal and Evangelical Lutheran Church in Southern Africa Rev Aspects of widows in Africa, Bible and Sex/sexuality, Land issues , Use of language as tool of power, Women issues, Church and state relations among others
Hosea Kiprono Mitei University of Nairobi, Kenya Rev. Protestant Chaplain & Lecturer in Religious Studies Secularization and Church Leadership; Church and Good Governance; Youth and Freedom;Nexus between Orthodoxy and Orthopraxy.
Stanley N. Nweze University of Nigeria, Nsukka Ven. Dr. Study of Old Testament in the light of orphans, widows and vulnerable children, Religion and cultural integration, Society and orphans etc
Amadi Ahiamadu University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria The Reverend, Doctor Eco-theology, Human Rights, Environmental and Religious Freedom, Biblical, African and Semitic Studies