This case study outlines the key practices and reflexive questions which the researcher adopted as part of his decolonising research process which informed his doctoral thesis.
About the author
Olabisi Obamakin is a third year PhD Theology student at the University of Exeter. She originally studied Biomedical Science as an undergraduate in London, before switching fields into Humanities and completing her MA in Theology and Religion five years later. Her thesis, supervised by Professor Louise Lawrence and Professor David Horrell, is entitled “Constructing a Feminist Afropean Hermeneutical Biblical Framework”. As a Nigerian/British woman, she has a specialist interest in decolonial research methodologies
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