Siphiwe Dube


Siphiwe Dube is a Senior Lecturer and former Head in the Department of Political Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand. He is an author of numerous interdisciplinary articles and chapters (and also supervises) on a range of topics covering African politics and religion, decoloniality, feminisms, post-colonial literature, race, religion and masculinities, religion and identity politics, religion and popular culture, and transitional justice. His current two projects focus on African Political Theology and the Religious New Right in post-apartheid South Africa. He is a United World College (Atlantic College) alumnus, a former NRF-DST Scarce Skills Development Postdoctoral Research Fellow, a former Africa Fellow at IASH, University of Edinburgh and currently a Pan-African Scientific Research Council Fellow, NRF-rated scholar, and Senior Fellow at the Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa at the University of Ghana.

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Senior Individual Fellow, June - August 2022
University of the Witwatersrand