Dr. Aboh is an African Humanities Postdoctoral (AHP) Fellow, two-time Fellow-in-Residence, and Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Uyo, Nigeria, teaching both language and literature courses. Click the link on the image to learn more about Dr. Aboh’s work.
Professor of anthropology and cultural studies, Adeyemi J. Ademowo holds a Bachelors (Philosophy), Masters of Arts (Cultural Anthropology) and Doctorate (Development Anthropology) all from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Hover on the image and click to learn more about his work.
Jude Oluyomi Akanbi is a professor of Old Testament Studies. He earned his Doctorate in Christian Religious Studies from Nigeria’s University of Ibadan. His areas of interest include the Hebrew Bible. Click on the image to learn more about Dr. Akanbi’s research.
Dr. Aragbuwa is a lecturer of English at Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria, with research interests in Computer-mediated Discourse Analysis, Critical Dialogism, and Gender-based Violence. Click the link on the image to learn more about Dr. Aragbagbuwa’s work.
Dr. Inga-Lill M. Aronsson is senior lecturer in Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies at Uppsala University, Sweden. Her research interests are heritage, memories and reconciliation in post-conflict/disaster areas, and longitudinal studies/evaluation of displacement/resettlement.
A native of southern Sweden, Johan Josefsson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Comparative Indo-European Linguistics and a Master’s degree in Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies (both from Uppsala University in Sweden). His research interests include heritage identity, interpretation, and politics.
Estelita Llanita, a Professional Teacher and acclaimed Lasallian Master Teacher at La Salle Green Hills, is a Licensure Examination for Teachers reviewer at the Sultan Kudarat State University. Her research interests include Heritage Tracking, Advocacy, and Political Networking.
Educated with academic degrees in the study of religion, including a Ph.D. in Critical Comparative Scriptures (Claremont Graduate University, CA) Olali is interested in the phenomenology of scripture, its (mis)-/use and its life cycle in culture and society. Click the link on the image to learn more about his work.