Professor Anthony G. Reddie

Biography:

My scholarship in Black theology has been Informed by my doctorate in Education and Practical theology, undertaken at the University of Birmingham with Professor John Hull. This has given me an Interdisciplinary method to the subject that Is somewhat different from the more classical, systematic approaches to Black theology used by my many peers in the United States. My consistent research Interest has been the interface between Black theology and decolonial/transformative education as a means of conscientization and empowerment. I am the author of numerous books, articles, and book chapters. 

My more recent books Include Theologising Brexit: A Liberationist and Postcolonial Critique (Routledge, 2010), and the republished Is God Colour? Insights from Black Theology for Christian faith and Ministry (SPCK, 2020)

I am an A rated, Leading International Researcher with the South African National Research Foundation (NRF). I am also a recipient of the Archbishop of Canterbury's  2020 Lanfranc Award for 'exceptional and sustained contribution to Black theology In Britain and beyond.'

Research Area/s: 

Historical and Systematic Theology

Research Interests:

Black theology, all theologies of liberation, Practical theology, Critical Pedagogy

Links:

https://www.anthonyreddie.com/

Twitter: @AnthonyGReddie

http://www.rpc.ox.ac.uk/research-life/oxford-centre-christianity-culture/ 

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