Anupama Ranawana

I am a theologian and political economist with over eight years of experience working in academia and international development. My research and teaching expertise and interests are focused on gender and justice, decolonial thought, diversifying research methodological practice, religious thought in the Global South, faith and international development and the intersections between racial and climate justice.  For Queen’s I teach modules on faith and the environment, I am also finishing a research project at the University of St Andrews on feminist storytelling. I am also a research advisor for Christian Aid.

I hold advanced degrees in Theology and International Politics. My  first book: A Liberation for the Earth: Climate, Race and Cross was published with SCM Press in 2022.

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