Theodros Teklu


Theodros A. Teklu completed his PhD at the University of Manchester in 2013. After that, he served as a Lecturer in Systematic Theology and Ethics at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology until he moved to Scotland in 2022. He is committed to relating theological insights to moral dilemmas in his research, drawing perspectives from philosophy, political theory, and Christian theology. He has wider interests in religion and its relationship to race, gender, ethnicity, nationalism, and postcolonialism. In addition to his authored book, The Politics of Metanoia: Towards a Post-Nationalistic Political Theology in Ethiopia (Peter Lang, 2014), and numerous book chapters and articles, he has also edited two books: Ethnic Diversity, National Unity: Moral Pedagogies of Togetherness for Ethiopians (Wipf & Stock, 2021) and Moral Pedagogies for Africa: From Ethnic Enmity to Responsible Cohabitation (Routledge, 2021). Currently, he teaches part-time in the Religion programme at the University of Stirling.

Theodros Teklu

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