M.A. in Religious Studies, University of Cape Town
B.A., Faculdade Teológica D’Oeste do Brasil, Campo Grande, Brasil
Research the intersection of ecology, race, gender and theology from a postcolonial theory perspective. Approaching ecotheological and ecofeminist theologies of liberation in conversation with the social-scientific study of religion.
“Recent Observation on Religion and Education in South Africa” in British Journal of Religious Education, Volume 38, Issue 3 (2016).
“A History of Resistance: Ivone Gebara’s Transformative Ecofeminist Liberation Theology” In Journal for the Study of Religion, Volume 26, Issue 2 (2013).
“Transforming Feminisms – Religion, Women and Ecology” in Journal for the Study of Religion, Volume 24, Issue 2 (2011).
“Postcolonial Imaginations of an Ecofeminist Methodological Praxis” in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion (in review, 2017).
“Pentecostalism and Ecology: A Grim Trajectory” in Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Ecology (in review, 2017).