BA (University of Ghana); MPhil (University of Oslo); MA, ABD (Queen’s)
After completing his undergraduate degree in Sociology and Religions at the University of Ghana (2012), James developed strong learning, teaching, and research interests in the sociological study of religion. Since then, he has pursued two master’s degrees in theology and religious studies respectively at the University of Oslo, Norway (2016), and at Queen’s University (2017). James is currently a doctoral student in the Cultural Studies Interdisciplinary program at Queens, with research interests in religion, migration, and development. His doctoral work explores how Pentecostal-Charismatic spirituality emerges in African migration aspirations and experiences across Ghana and its diaspora in Canada.