Postdoctoral Studies for Professional Development

The Langham Scholars Programme also offer a small number of visiting postdoctoral fellowships and grants to assist habilitation studies.

Recent Langham Postdoctoral Fellows

Mwita Akiri is bishop of Tarime in Tanzania. He completed his PhD at Edinburgh University in 1999. He spent a the Lent term at Ridley Hall, Cambridge, working on a book on the history of Anglican Missions in Tanzania.
Ermias Mamo is Academic Dean at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology in Addis Ababa. His postdoctoral fellowship was spent at International Christian College, Glasgow, in the Spring of 2012. Ermias is working on a book on the Missional Church in Africa.
Armand Barus is a lecturer at Cipanas Theological Seminary in Jakarta, Indonesia, and a local pastor. His postdoctoral fellowship at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, in early 2012 gave him opportunity to complete writing on Bible Commentaries in Indonesian on the Gospel of John.

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