CV

Adriaan van Klinken (2017)CURRENT POSITION

Associate Professor of Religion and African Studies, University of Leeds (since October 2015)

Director of the Centre for Religion and Public Life (since August 2017)

PREVIOUS ACADEMIC POSITIONS

  • Lecturer in African Christianity, University of Leeds (February 2013-September 2015)
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, SOAS University of London (November 2011-January 2013)
  • Postdoctoral Teaching & Research Fellow, Utrecht University (2011)

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • PhD in Religious Studies, Utrecht University (2011)
  • MA in Religious Studies, Utrecht University (2006)
  • BA in Religion & Social Work, Christelijke Hogeschool Ede (2003)

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2015)

EXTERNAL AWARDS, GRANTS & RECOGNITION

  • Newton Mobility Grant, British Academy (2016-2017). Project ‘Queering the Curriculum: LGBTI, Sexuality, and Masculinity Issues in Theology & Religious Studies in South Africa and the UK’, with Prof Sarojini Nadar (University of KwaZulu-Natal).
  • Research Fellowship, Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study, South Africa (2016).
  • Individual Research Grant, American Academy of Religion (2013). Project ‘Homosexuality, Christianity and National Identity in Postcolonial Zambia’.
  • Rubicon Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (2011). Project: ‘A Saint in Times of AIDS: Religion and Masculinity Politics in Postcolonial Zambia’.

EXTERNAL POSITIONS

  • Editor of the journal Religion and Gender (since 2011).
  • Member of editorial board, Journal of the American Academy of Religion (since 2016).
  • Member of the Peer Review College, Arts and Humanities Research Council (since 2017).
  • Website editor, African Association for the Study of Religions (since 2014).
  • Co-Chair, African Religions Group, American Academy of Religion (since 2016).
  • Steering Committee Member, Men, Masculinities and Religion Group, American Academy of Religion (2016 – current).
  • Co-coordinator of the international research and networking project ‘Interdisciplinary Innovations in the Study of Religion and Gender: Postcolonial, Post-secular and Queer Perspectives’, with Prof. Anne-Marie Korte (2012-2015).

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • African Association for the Study of Religions (member since 2012)
  • African Studies Association of the UK (member since 2014)
  • American Academy of Religion (member since 2009)
  • British Institute in Eastern Africa (member since 2015).
  • GloPent: European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism (since 2014)
  • International Association for the Study of Religion and Gender (member since 2015)
  • Royal African Society (member since 2014)

 

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