Alumni Publications


Abdullah, Somaya (Ph.D.) Multicultural social intervention and nation-building in South Africa: the role of Islamic counselling and psychotherapy. Researcher and project leader in the Institute of Justice and Reconciliation (IJR).

Agulhas, Mark Marshal (M.A.) Rediscovering ancient Egypt: an African perspective. 

Cameron, Paul (M.Soc.Sc.) The hermeneutical circle: an exploration of theological methodology.

Farouk-Alli, Aslam (M.Soc.Sc.) Contemporary Islamic thought and the re-emergence of the Quraan as foundational text. Political analyst in the South African Government.

Gaum, Laurie (M.A.) Liturgy and the public square: from inauthentic worship to credible witness. DRC Minister.

Jansen, Lance Allen (Ph.D.) The influence of fundamentalism on evangelicalism in South Africa with special reference to the role of Plymouth Bretherenism amongst the Cape coloured population.

Mataar, Yusuf (M.Phil) Women in sacred spaces: an analysis of traditional Islam and Judaism in the communities of Cape Town.

Mndende, Nokuzola (Ph.D.) Signifying practises: Amaxhosa ritual speech. Founder and Executive Director, ICAMAGU Institute; Deputy Chairperson of the Commission in the Department of Traditional Affairs, SA.

Mushishi, Clifford (M.A.) The role of African traditional religion in the promotion of human rights.

Nakana, Steven (M.Soc.Sc.) Regional integration and warlord politics: the case of West Africa. South African Rotary Peace Scholar based in Berkeley, California, anchored the South African group from Cape Town.

Pillay, Gerald J. (Ph.D.) The Church and development in the new South Africa: towards a theology of development. Vice Chancellor of Liverpool Hope University, England

Sabsana, M (M.Soc.Sc.) Social problems surrounding health at SADA and the role of the church in effecting redress.

Schmid, Barbara (M.Soc.Sc.) The Churches response to the HIV/Aids pandemic: a case study of Christian agencies in the Cape Town area. Project Manager at the University of Cape Town.

Trisk, Janet (M.Soc.Sc.) Who do I say that I am?: identity as a construct and its implications for Christian anthropology. Rector of the Parish of St David, Prestbury in Pietermaritzburg, in the Diocese of Natal. Honorary Lecturer at UKZN; Lecturer in Systematic Theology and Spirituality at the College of the Transfiguration.

Vellum, Vuyani Shadrack (M.Soc.Sc.) The quest for Ikhaya: the use of the African concept of home in public life.