Chair, Associate Professor
Lilian Dube is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Theology and Religious Studies Department at the University of San Francisco. Her research and teaching include Feminist Theology from the margins, African Religions & Cosmologies and HIV/AIDS, Religion & Sexuality. She is the executive producer of the film, USF in Zambia: HIV/AIDS and Social Justice, 2012; the co-author of African Initiatives in Healing Ministry, UNISA 2011; the co-editor of Theology in the Context of Globalization: African Women's Response, EATWOT Women's Commission 2005 and has published numerous book chapters and journal articles. Lilian stands out as the first Black woman to receive a D.Th. (Missiology) from Stellenbosch University in 1999. In 2006, she joined the University of San Francisco after teaching internationally as a tenured lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe and a visiting scholar at Birmingham University, UK. She was also a visiting professor at Northwestern University, and Columbia University in 2012. Lilian is a frequent guest-lecturer at Harvard Divinity School.