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World Christianities specialists

People specializing in this area

University Teaching Officers

Dr Jörg Haustein
  • Pentecostal and Charismatic movements worldwide
  • History of Christianity in Africa
  • Colonialism and Christian missions
  • Intercultural theology

Academic staff

Dr James Gardom
  • Evil as a problem for Christian believing
  • The intersection and tension between theological, philosophical and pastoral approaches to the experience of sin and suffering
Dr Jörg Haustein
  • Pentecostal and Charismatic movements worldwide
  • History of Christianity in Africa
  • Colonialism and Christian missions
  • Intercultural theology

Directors of Studies

Dr James Gardom
  • Evil as a problem for Christian believing
  • The intersection and tension between theological, philosophical and pastoral approaches to the experience of sin and suffering
Dr Jörg Haustein
  • Pentecostal and Charismatic movements worldwide
  • History of Christianity in Africa
  • Colonialism and Christian missions
  • Intercultural theology

Other teaching assistance

Professor David Maxwell, Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History
  • The 19th and 20th century missionary movement 
  • The mission encounter in Southern and Central Africa 
  • Pentecostalism and religious transnationalism 
  • Religious movements and politics 
  • The history of colonial science

Graduate students

Alexandra S. Ilieva

Exploring Traditions: Using Comparative Studies to Broaden the Boundaries of our Thought

Puja-Arti Patel

MPhil student in Study of World Religions

Charles Prempeh

Christianity, Culture, and Pentecostalism in Ghana: An Ethnographic study of Pentecostal Traditional Authorities in contemporary Akan Society (1990s – present)

James So

MPhil student in World Christianities