Eleanor Tiplady Higgs

Eleanor Tiplady Higgs received her PhD in Gender Studies from SOAS University of London in 2018. She is an outgoing Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies (2018-2020), University of Cape Town, South Africa, and shortly to begin a Fellowship at the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence, University of Bayreuth, Germany (2020-2021). Her interests centre on gender and sexuality, narrative, identity, ethics, Christianity, and coloniality; about which she writes in her forthcoming monograph as part of the Bloomsbury Studies in Religion, Gender, and Sexuality series.

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Politics, Religion, Decolonisation

How will excluded, "interested" voices return to the academy through decolonization? Find out in this response to our interview with Natalie Avalos by Eleanor Tiplady Higgs.

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