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Blessing Temitope Emmanuel

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PhD Candidate, Instructor of Record

Blessing Temitope is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Religion. Her research interest stands at the intersection of African Philosophy, Christian Theology, and Science. Her current research engages the applicability of  Personhood from an African perspective and personhood in Christian Theology (the Imago Dei) to discourses on human enhancement technologies, gene editing, and Bioethics. She holds a B.A. in Religious studies, M.A. in Philosophy of Religion (both from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria), and an MSc in Science and Religion from the University of Edinburgh, UK. She enjoys cooking, reading, and traveling. 


BA Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

M.A Philosophy of Religion, University of Ibadan Nigeria

MSc Science and Religion, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Research Interests:

Science and Transhumanism (Human Enhancement and Life Extension Technologies)

Bioethics, Ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Technology.

African/Black perspectives to Personhood and Being-ness.

Christian Theology - Imago Dei

Courses Regularly Taught:

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