My doctorate dissertation ((1992-6, “Theology and ‘the logic of practice’: a study with reference to Shona anthropology, history and religion”) addressed issues of epistemology in theological method through (of all things) a discussion of theory and practice in anthropology, using writings on the Shona of Zimbabwe as a case study of sorts. I have taught subjects in philosophy at the Regional Major Seminary at Chishawasha, Harare and at Arrupe College Jesuit School of Philosophy and Humanities from 1996 to 2008, and re-joined its teaching staff in 2015. These include philosophy of religion, philosophy of God, history of philosophy, and philosophical anthropology.
Dr. Stephen Buckland, SJ
Senior Lecturer & Director of Masters Programme