Religion in Transforming Africa

James Currey’s new, mainly monograph, series includes single-country or regional studies and comparative ones, across countries, times and a range of disciplines, to highlight and enlighten continent-wide issues and the complexities of religion and spirituality in Africa. We welcome proposals on: Christianity, Islam and other religions; Traditional beliefs and practices; Witchcraft; History of religion, Politics and power; Global networks and new missions; Religion in conflict and peacebuilding; Religion and Development; Religious rituals & texts & their role in shaping religious ideologies & theologies. Please contact series editors Dr Barbara BompaniDr Joseph HellwegDr Emma Wild-Wood and Professor Ousmane Kane.

Series Editors

Dr Barbara Bompani
Centre of African Studies
School of Social and Political Science
University of Edinburgh
4.04 Chrystal Macmillan Building
15a George Square
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Dr Joseph Hellweg
Department of Religion
PO Box 3061520
The Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-1520
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Dr Emma Wild-Wood
Senior Lecturer, African Christianity and African Indigenous Religions
University of Edinburgh
Mound Place
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Professor Ousmane Kane
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Contemporary Islamic Religion and Society
Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Harvard Divinity School
45 Francis Avenue
Massachusetts 02138
[email protected]

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