CHERIT Team

Forged partnerships with other researchers from an array of academic/interdisciplinary backgrounds, scholarly orientations and practices enrich the work of CHERIT. Thus, this research benefits from the lavish advisements and expertise from academia and society.

(Image descriptions and sources: Zulu cultures (drums and woman), an ancient text, hands hold an Ethiopic manuscript taken by Tyler Orsburn)

(Image descriptions and sources: Zulu cultures (drums and woman), an ancient text, hands hold an Ethiopic manuscript taken by Tyler Orsburn)

Romanus ABOH, Ph.D.

Romanus ABOH, Ph.D.

Research Associate

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.

Adetutu ARAGBUWA, Ph.D.

Adetutu ARAGBUWA, Ph.D.

Research Associate

Dr. Aragbagbuwa 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.

Inga-Lill ARONSSON, Ph.D.

Inga-Lill ARONSSON, Ph.D.

Research Associate

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.

Johan Josefsson

Johan Josefsson

Research Associate

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.

David OLALli, Ph.D.

David OLALli, Ph.D.

Director

Educated with degrees in the academic study of religion and a Ph.D. in Religion (Critical Comparative Scriptures) from Claremont Graduate University, California, Olali is interested in the phenomenology of scripture and its (mis)-/use in culture. Click the link on the image to learn more about his work.

Charles E. THOMAS, Ph.D.

Charles E. THOMAS, Ph.D.

Associate and Advisor

Dr. Thomas is Vice President at Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC), Atlanta Georgia, USA. Click the link on the image to learn more about his work. His has interests in communication and the rhetoric of reconciliation, à la Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Click the link on the image to learn more about his work.