1.) Collaboration

My work forges collaborations across disciplinary, cultural, national, and continental divides: The Comparative Heritage project connects academics, scholars, researchers, and practitioners with different training and disciplinary backgrounds and, of course, from at least four different continents–Africa, Asia, Europe, North America to engage the topical subject of “heritage” through transdisciplinary methodologies (visit the Comparative Heritage website); The VALOR Group brings humanitarian workers and social-cultural change agents from different walks of life to solve common problems in society (visit The VALOR Group website).

Research and Scholarship

• African and African American Political Spiritualities
• History of Religion
• From Radicalism to Fundamentalism: The Choice Between Nationalism and Violence
• Ethnicity and Postcolonialisms
• Gender and Witchcraft Politics
Spirituality, Food and Security
• Mediating Spirituality: Technology, Futurisms, and Religion
• Methodologies and Theories in Religion
Comparative Exceptionalism and Heritage Studies
• Belief and the Dilemma of Evil
• Pentecostal Economies


As a technology aficionado, I believe the 21st century provides immeasurable opportunities for collaborations with exponential potentials for socio-cultural transformations, technological innovations, and progress in society. For this reason, I welcome out-of-the-box partnerships, daring thinkers, and individuals or institutions who are seeking and asking hard questions about the future of our common humanity.

Join me in this A.C.T. NOW project to deliver real-life and lasting transformations to our world.


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