Graduate Fellow, Trinity Hall, University of
Cambridge. Docent in Political Theory, University of Amsterdam. Associate
Faculty, Colorado Christian University. Formerly visiting scholar at the Center
for African Studies Stanford University and a research associate at the Martin
Luther King Jr., Research and Education Institute, Stanford University. He was a Stiftung Mercator Foundation Research Fellow at the
Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut (Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities)
in Essen, Germany from 2006-2009. He received his PhD (Summa Cum Laude) in History
and Cultural Reflection from Universität Witten-Herdecke, Germany (2008), MA
in philosophy from the University of Pretoria, South Africa (2006) and BA
Honours in philosophy and Religious Studies from the Jesuit School of
Philosophy, in Harare, Zimbabwe in association with the University of Zimbabwe (2003).
He has taught in Universities in Europe, Africa, and the USA. He has published many academic works including
two books and numerous academic essays. An African humanist that subscribes wholly
and fully to the doctrine of ubuntu in theory and practice.
“There is no negotiation for what I have termed subjective equality! Humanity is a
gift, a quality we owe to one another!” - Michael Onyebuchi Eze