Research Outputs - 2016

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Books

  • Amanze, J. N., S. Kabue & C. Landman (Eds.) Disability in Africa:  Resource Book for Theology & Religious Studies. Nairobi: Acton Publishers. pp. 525, 2016. ISBN:  978-9966- 888-09-8.


  • Amanze, J. N., E. Kalengyo, M. Masango & J. Hlatywayo (Eds.) Towards an  African Theology of Life with dignityNairobi: AACC Publications. pp.189, 2016.
  • Amanze, J. N (Section Editor). Anthology of African Christianity (Eds. Dietrich Werner & Isabel Phiri). Oxford: Regnum.


  • Mbaye Lo and M. Haron (Eds). 2016. Muslim Higher Education in Post-Colonial Africa. London:Palgrave MacMillan. 302pp. ISBN 978-1-137-55230-3. 


     

Edited Journals

  • Amanze, J. & S. Kabue (Guest Editors) Journal of Disability and ReligionTheme: ‘Disability, Religion and Theology: African Perspectives’. 20(1-2), pp.118, 2016.
  • Dube, Musa (Guest Editor) Pula Botswana Journal of African Studies (Special Issue on HIV and Aids) 30(2): 2016, pp.320. ISSN 0256-2316
  • Andrea Brigaglia and M. Haron (Co-Editors). Annual Review of Islam in Africa. No. 12/13 Year 2015/2016 180pp. ISSN 0-620-22755-9.
     

Journal Articles

  • Amanze, J. N. ‘Ecotheology from an African perspective: From dominion to in communion.’ In Anglican EcoCare Journal of EcoTheology.  3: 11-22, 2016.
  • Chimuka T. A. & L. Mashumba-Paki. ‘Understanding Cyber Scams: An Assessment Of The Challenges Of Law Enforcement.’ In Botswana, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa.  18(2): 2016.
  • Chimuka T. A. & L. Mashumba-Paki. ‘The Indispensability of Critical Thinking Skills (CTS) to Management and Leadership.  In  Botswana Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa  18(1):  2016.
  • Chimuka T. A. ‘Afro-Pentecostalism and Contested Holiness in Southern Africa.’ In Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, 42(1): 2016.
  • Ikpe, I. B. ‘Between the Just and the Expedient: The Problem of Conflict Resolution in Africa.’ In Journal for Peace and Justice Studies 25(2): 56-81, 2016.
  • Dube, M. W. ‘The Subaltern Can Speak: Reading the Mmutle (Hare) Way.’ In Journal of Africana Religions. 4(1): 54-72, 2016.
  • Dube,  M.W ‘The HIV and AIDS Collective Memory: Texts of Trauma, of Care-giving and of Positive Living,’ In Botswana Notes and Records. 48(1): 428-431, 2016.
  • Dube, Musa W. ‘Editorial: Botswana AIDS Impact Survey of 2013: Interpretation and Implications.’ In Pula Botswana Journal of African Studies. 30(2):184-190, 2016.
  • Haron, M.  Mapping Mazrui’s Mind: Assessing the Mazruiana through a Bibliographic Lens. In American Journal of the Islamic Social Sciences (Washington) 33(3): 56-79, 2016.
  • Haron, M. Freedom of Speech, Controversies, and Muslims: A Review Essay. Anshuman Mondal. Islam and Controversy: The Politics of Free Speech after Rushdie. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2014. In Journal of Global Analysis (Istanbul)6(2):178-187, 2016. http://journalofglobalanalysis.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/JGA _12_ RE _1.pdf.
  • Haron, M. Africa’s Islamic Civilization: and its Continental Challenges 2016. In Journal of Education and Social Sciences(Kuala Lumpur). 4: 262-273, 2016 June.
  • Kebaneilwe, M. D. ‘A Woman of Courage': An Interpretation of the Biblical Hebrew Perspective  in Relation to Women and Business in Botswana.’ In  Botswana Notes and Records. 48(1):  2016.
  • Kebaneilwe, M. D. ‘Disability as a Challenge and Not a Crisis: The Jesus Model.’ In  Journal of Disability and Religion  20(1-2): 93-102, 2016.
  • Motswapong E. P. & Mmolai, S.K. ‘Zero Stigma Zero Infection Zero Discrimination: A farfetched dream for Botswana.’ In Alternation Journal: Interdisciplinary Journal for the study of the Arts and Humanities in Southern Africa 23(2): 105-119, 2016.
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  • Nkomazana, F. ‘No One who has a blemish shall draw near’: Pentecostals Rising above a Disabling Hermeneutics.’ In Journal of Disability and Religion 20(1-2), 49-61, 2016.
  • Nkomazana, F. & Setume, S.D. ‘The Development of Religious Education Curriculum and Impact on Moral Values in Botswana since 1966.’ In Botswana Notes and Records, 48(1): 201-213, 2016.
  • Ruele, M. ‘Relating the Teachings of the Gospel to Social Justice in Africa : The Case of Botswana.’ In  Botswana Notes and Records. 48(1):  2016.
  • Ruele, M. ‘Contextual Public theology as a tool of dialogue for politics and good governance in post-independence Africa’. In Alternation Journal; Interdisciplinary Journal for the study of the Arts and Humanities in Southern Africa 2016.
  • Ruele, M. ‘Ritual Music as a force of change and people identity in Post-colonial Africa.’ In Ingoma: Archives of African Ethnomusicology Journal. (Venda) 1(1): 2016.
  • Setume, S.D. ‘Myths and Beliefs About Disabilities: Implications for Educators and Counselors.’ In Journal of Disability & Religion. 20(1-2): 62-76, 2016.
  • Setume, S. D. HIV and AIDS knowledge and attitudes among different marital statuses in Botswana: Results of the fourth Botswana Aids Impact Survey of 2013. In PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies. 30 (2): 214-225, 2016.
  • Togarasei L. ‘Rethinking Christian Identity: African reflections from Pauline writings. In Perichoresis 14(1): 101-114, 2016.
  • Togarasei, L. ‘The Place and Challenges of Modern Pentecostal Christianity in Botswana’.   In Botswana Notes and Records, 48(1): 2016.
  • Togarasei, L. ‘Historicizing Pentecostal Christianity in Zimbabwe.’ In Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae  42(1): 1-12, 2016.
  • Togarasei, L.’The Legacy of Circle Women’s Engagement with the Bible: Reflections from an African Male Biblical Scholar.’ In Verbum et Eclessia 2016.
     

Book Reviews

  • Haron, M. Anon (ed.). 2012. The Legacy of Malay Manuscripts. Kuala Lumpur: Perpustakaan Negara Malaysia. In Manuscripta Orientalia (St. Petersburg, Russia). 22(1):71-72, June 2016.
  • Haron, M. Rudolph Ware III. 2014. The Walking Quran: Islamic Education, Embodied Knowledge and History in West Africa.  The University of North Carolina Press. In African Historical Review (UNISA)48(1): 178-181, 2016.
  • Haron, M. John Wilkinson. 2015. The Arabs and the Scramble for Africa. Sheffield: Equinox. In African Historical Review.48(2): 2016.
  • Kgalemang, M & S. D. Setume. Pumla Dineo Gqola’s Rape: A South African Nightmare. In PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies. 30(2): 312-316, 2016.
     

Book Chapters

  • Amanze, J. N. ‘The History of the Church in Lesotho 1900-2014.’ In Anthology of African Christianity(Eds. Isabel Phiri,  D. Werner;  C. Kaunda, & K. Owino).Oxford: Regnum, pp.614-619, 2016.
  • Dube, M. W. ‘Translating Christianity in Colonial and Globalization Contexts.’ In Routledge Companion to Christianity in Africa(Ed. Elias K. Bongmba). New York: Routledge, pp.156-172, 2016.
  • Dube, M. W. ‘Gender in African Christianity.’ In Anthology of African Christianity(Eds. Isabel Phiri,  D. Werner;  C. Kaunda, & K. Owino).Oxford: Regnum. pp.144-154, 2016.
  • Dube, M.W. 'On Being God’s Living Sacrifice,‘ In Living God, Renew and Transform UsHannover: WCRC. Pp.9-13, 2016.
  • Jensen K.E. & Gaie, J.B.R. “8.5 Case 1: The Ethics of HIV Testing Policies” In  Public Health Ethics: Cases Spanning the Globe Public Health Ethics Analysis (Series Ed.: M.J. Selgelid and Eds D. H. Barrett, L. W. Ortmann, A. Dawson.  C. Saenz, A. Reis &· G. Bolan). Springer. Vol. 3 pp256-260, 2016.
  • Gaie, J.B.R, ‘Attitudes towards Disability: An example of language in Botswana” in Disability in Africa. Resource Book for Theology and Religious Studies (Eds. S.  Kabue, S; J. Amanze, & C. Landmann). Acton Publishers, Nairobi, pp331-350
  • Haron, M & Mbaye Lo. ‚Introduction - Africa’s Muslim Institutions of Higher Learning: Moving Forward.’ In Muslim Institutions of Higher Education in Postcolonial Africa (Eds. M. Lo and M. Haron). London: Palgrave MacMillan; pp.1-9, 2016
  • Haron, M.‘Muslim Higher Education in the Southern African Region: From Secular Tertiary Institutions to Darul-Ulums.’ In Muslim Institutions of Higher Education in Postcolonial Africa (Eds. M. Lo and M. Haron). London: Palgrave MacMillan; Pt.I Ch.2 pp. 41-61, 2016.
  • Haron, M. ‘South Africa’s Ulama and Darul Ulums: Sharia Agents between Society and the State.’ In Religious Freedom and Religious Pluralism in Africa: Prospects and Limitations (Eds. Pieter Coertzen, M Christian Green and Len Hansen). Stellenbosch: African Consortium for Law and Religion Studies. Pt. II Ch. 6 pp. 79-100, 2016.
  • Ikpe, I. B. ‘Human Dignity and the Globalization of Power.’ In Humanism, Globalization and The Relevance of Philosophy (Eds. Uduma O. Uduma and Francis Etim). Uyo: Inobet Resources Press, 2016.
  • Kebaneilwe M.D. “Law Religion and Ecological Issues: A Theological Approach” Pages 257-268, in Religious Freedom and Religious Pluralism in Africa: Prospects and Limitations, Eds. Pieter Coertzen, M Christian Green and Len Hansen). Stellenbosch: African Consortium for Law and Religion Studies. 2016.
  • Nkomazana, F. ‘Disability, Accessibility and Pentecostal Churches in Botswana.’ In Disability in Africa: Resource Book for Theology & Religious Studies (Eds.S. Kabue; J. Amanze, & C. Landman)  Nairobi: Acton Publishers, pp. 403 – 422, 2016.
  • Nkomazana, F.’Pentecostals & African Ecumenism” in (eds)  Anthology of African Christianity (Eds. I. Phiri; D. Werner;  C. Kaunda, & K. Owino). Oxford: Regnum, pp. 834-840, 2016
  • Ruele, M. ‘The Prosperity Gospel and Economic Growth in African Christianity. In An Anthology of African Christianity(Eds. I. Phiri,  D. Werner;  C. Kaunda, & K. Owino). Oxford: Regnum, pp.1006-1011, 2016.
  • Setume, S.D. & Dinama, B. ‘African Traditional Religions and disability.’ In  Disability in Africa: Resource book for Theology and religious Studies (Eds. S. Kabue et al). Nairobi: Action Publishers, 11-28, 2016.
  • Togarasei, L. ‘Albert Schweitzer and the study of the New Testament: his legacies in African Biblical Interpretation.’ In The legacies of Albert Schweitzer reconsidered (Eds. I. Spangenberg & C. Landman). (Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae Book Series 1). Cape Town: AOSIS. Ch.6.
  • Togarasei, L. ‘Prosperity Gospel in African Christianity.’ In Anthology of African Christianity (Eds. Isabel Phiri,  D. Werner;  C. Kaunda, & K. Owino).Oxford: Regnum. pp.997-105, 2016.
 
 

 

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