Kate Kingsbury

Dr. Kate Kingsbury obtained her doctorate in anthropology at the University of Oxford, where she also did her Mphil. Dr. Kingsbury is a polyglot fluent in English, French, and Spanish. Dr. Kingsbury has conducted extensive fieldwork in both Africa and Latin America, specialising in the two titans of religion, Christianity and Islam, in particular their many vernacular forms. She is Adjunct Professor at the University of Alberta, Canada. Dr. Kingsbury is a staunch believer in equal rights and the power of education to ameliorate global disparities. She also works pro bono for a non profit organisation that aims to empower and educate girls in Uganda

Contributions by Kate Kingsbury

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Santa Muerte and the Interplay of Cultures on Dia de los Muertos

Santa Muerte is a death saint with a rich history and reflects the deep interplay of cultures and devotional practices in Mexico.

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Health, Wealth, & Spiritual Warfare: The UCKG from Brazil to Australia

Get a global perspective on the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (UCKG), whose Australian branches were discussed in our recent episode with Dr. Kathleen Openshaw. Describing the UCKG as a leader in a global Pentecostal vanguard influencing the Catholic Church, respondents Professor Andrew Chesnut and Dr. Kate Kingsbury outline how the UCKG's focus on health, wealth, and spiritual warfare have been critical to its success with migrants in Australian and around the world.

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