Prof. Christina Landman

Prof. Christina Landman
http://www.christina-landman.co.za/
Research Institute for Theology and Religion der University of South Africa, South Africa

Christina Landman has been teaching Theology and Religion at the University of South Africa since 1980.  At present she is a Professor at the Research Institute for Theology and Religion.  She specialised in Oral History and Gender Studies.  Her most important book is "Township Spiritualities and Counselling" (2008).  She is a NRF rated researcher, and a licensed Minister in the Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa (Dullstroom).  She is the Editor of "Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae" as well as "The Oral History Journal of South Africa".  She serves on the Executive Committees of the International Oral History Association (IOHA), the Oral History Association of Southern Africa (OHASA), and the Church History Society of Southern Africa (CHSSA). BA (Hons) Greek, BD (Script: "Aspects of the exegetical method of Augustine"), MA (Greek): "The use of non-Christian literary sources in the Church History of Eusebius of Caesarea", DTh (Church History): "The use of Scripture in the Tractatus de regia potestate et sacerdotali dignitate of Hugo Floriacensis.", BA (Hons) Latin, Postgraduate Diploma in Translation, DTh (Pastoral Therapy): “Doing narrative counselling in the context of township spiritualities”