Professional Qualifications Obtained
Prof Musa W. Dube, a Humboldtian awardee (2011) and winner of the Gutenberg Teaching Award (2017), is a biblical scholar based at the University of Botswana. She studied the New Testament in the University of Durham (UK, 1990) and Vanderbilt University (USA 1997). She has served in several institutions, including World Council Churches, (Geneva) Scripps College (California), Union Theological College (New York); University of Stellenbosch (Cape Town); University of Bamberg (Germany) and University of South Africa (Pretoria). Her research interests include: religion, gender, postcolonial, translation, HIV&AIDS AND environmental studies. Prof Dube is an author 262 academic works, published in journals, books, encyclopaedias, magazines, video, electronically; and an editor of twelve anthologies. Prof Dube, a world-sought speaker and trainer who has given up to 162 papers in at least twenty-seven countries, is the author of Postcolonial Feminist Interpretation of the Bible(Chalice Press, 2000) and The HIV and AIDS Bible: Some Selected Essays(Scranton Press, 2008). She has received up to 24 recognitions consisting of awards, research grants, honours, scholarship and institutional affiliations. She is the current continental Coordinator of Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians and a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and United Methodist Church.
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