Rose Mary Amenga-Etego
Rose Mary Amenga-Etego is Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Head of the Department for the Study of Religions, University of Ghana, Legon. She is also a Research Fellow at the Research Institute for Theology and Religion (RITR), University of South Africa, South Africa. Her research interests include topical issues in African Indigenous Religions, gender issues in religion and African culture, and methodological concerns of indigenous African scholars. Recent publications include: “The Practice of Traditional Medicine and Bioethical Challenges,” in Bioethics in African: Theories and Praxis (2018) and “Crossing Research Boundaries: ‘Our Nankani Daughter’ in Academia,” AASR E- Journal 4, no. 1 (2018). She is also the author of Mending the Broken Pieces: Indigenous Religion and Sustainable Rural Development in Northern Ghana (2011).