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Dr K Ward

Senior Lecturer in African Studies, School of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds


MA (Edinburgh), PhD (Cambridge)
Senior Lecturer in African Studies, School of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
Formerly: 1976-1990 Former posts include Lecturer in Theology and African Church History at the Bishop Tucker Theological College, Mukono, Uganda
Areas: Religion in modern African society; African traditional religions; Christianity in Africa; development, religion and theology civil society and religion in Uganda
Regions: Africa, particularly Uganda
Publications: 'Ugandan Christian Communities in Britain', in International Review of Mission: Open Space: The African Christian Diaspora in Europe and the Quest for Human Community, International Review of Mission, WCC:Geneva, July, 2001, Kevin Ward and Brian Stanley (editors), The Church Missionary Society and the World Church, London:Curzon & Grand Rapids:Eermans, 2000, ‘The armies of the Lord: Rebels and the State in Northern Uganda 1986-1999', in Religion and War in the 1990s: The Journal of Religion in Africa, Brill:Leiden, XXXI-2, 2001, pp. 187-221 ‘The role of the Church in Overseas Development’, in Charles Reed (editor), Development Matters: Christian perspectives on Globalization, London: Church House Publishing, pp.12-20 ‘Archbishop Janani Luwum: The Dilemmas of Loyalty, Opposition and Witness in Amin’s Uganda’, in David Maxwell with Ingrid Lawrie, Christianity and the African Imagination: essays in Honour of Adrian Hastings, Leiden: Brill, 1001 2002 ‘Same-sex relations in Africa and the debate on homosexuality in East African Anglicanism’ forthcoming in the winter edition of the Anglican Theological Review, Evanston, Illinois

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