Join the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Department of Religion and the Center for Global Engagement for an Engage Your World event. It will take place on Thursday, March 2 at 5:30 p.m. in The Globe Auditorium.
In this talk, Musa W. Dube, Ph.D., will discuss the importance of understanding health in terms of the interconnectedness of different forms of life on earth.
Dr. Dube is the William Ragsdale Cannon Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Emory’s Candler School of Theology. Prior to joining Candler's faculty in 2021, Dr. Musa W. Dube served as a professor of the New Testament in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Botswana. She has held positions at the World Council Churches, Scripps College, Union Theological Seminary, University of Stellenbosch, University of Bamberg, and the University of South Africa.
Particularly known for her work as a postcolonial feminist theologian, her research interests include gender, postcolonialism, translation, and HIV and AIDS studies. Dube has authored 262 academic works, published in journals, books, encyclopedias, educational modules, and magazines.