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Nyangweso - Teacher - Robersonville, NC 27871, USA

Mary Nyangweso

Robersonville, NC 27871, USA



  • Full time
  • Part time
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Professor of World Religions

Work History

Associate Professor of Religious Studies

East Carolina University

Associate Professor

East Carolina University

Awarded grants and fundraised a total of $3,600 towards organizing the first
international conference on religion at East Carolina University.

Humanities and Sciences (EAJS), Reviewer

Review Committee

2009-present: Kenya Studies Review (KSR), Editorial Advisory Board

Dissertation Supervisor

Winiko P. Luwanika

ThD Student, "Malawi Population: A Challenge for Catholic Social Thought and Christian Socio-ecological Ethics," Boston University 2011- Present

Assistant Professor

East Carolina University

Religious Studies

Causes taught: "Introduction to Religion," "Women and Religion," "World Religions," "Classical Islam," "Religions of Africa," "Indigenous Religions," "Religion and the Social Issues" Religion, Women and Human Rights," "Religion and Sexuality"

J. Woolard

and Helen Peel Distinguished Professor in Religious Studies, East
Carolina University.

Columbia, Columbia M.O., Visiting Assistant

University of Missouri

Professor, Department of Religious Studies

Courses taught: "World Religions," "Islam," "Indigenous Religions," "African Religions," "Native American Religions"


Journal of Human Rights

Thesis and Dissertation Supervision

Lecturer, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

Iowa State University

Courses taught: "Islam," "African Religions," "World Religions"

Adjunct Faculty

New York Theological Seminary

Research Assistant: Ecologies of Learning Project

Co-taught: "Social theory and analysis" to Masters of Divinity students and undertook research in urban religious practices

Teaching Assistant

Drew University

Department of Religion and Society

Co-taught: "Religion and the Social Process" in the theological school, with Dr. Otto Maduro and Dr. Laurel Kearns, to Masters of Divinity students

Intern: In the Dean's office, helped research and draft a proposal for developing a leadership institute at Drew Theological School.

Montclair, N. J., Adjunct Faculty


Department of Philosophy and Religion

Courses Taught: "Introduction to Religion," "World Religions"

J. W. Fulbright Junior Scholars Fellowship

Candler School

Theology and Drew University, Graduate school.

The Practice of Widow Inheritance and HIV

Association of African Women

Kenya grant awarded to carry out research on "The Profile on Women as Political
Leaders in Kenya."


awarded to carry out research on "Some Constraints to Democratization Process in Kenya."

Lecturer, Department of Religion

Moi University

Courses taught: "Religion and Society," "Women and Religion," "The Life and teaching of Jesus and Prophet Muhammad," "Christianity"

Interim Chair

Department of Religious Studies

Aldai Girls High School, Kapsabet, Kenya, instructor

Courses taught: "Christian religious education," "Swahili."

Awards, Fellowships, and Grants

Qualifications & Certifications

Butere Girls High School


Drew University


Drew University

Emory University, (Candler School of Theology)

Moi University

Kenyatta University

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