Rev. Paul V. Kollman, CSC, is Associate Professor in the Department of Theology at the Unversity of Notre Dame. Kollman serves in the areas of history of Christianity and World Religions/World Church. His research focuses on African Christianity, mission history, and world Christianity, and he has carried out research in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania, as well as in archives in Europe and the US. He has also taught at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago and the Philosophy Centre in Jinja, Uganda, and was previously a fellow of the Erasmus Institute at Notre Dame and a Lilly Fellow for Theological Education at the University of Chicago.
Christianity in Africa; history of Christian missions; inter-religious dialogue; world Christianity
History of Christianity in eastern Africa; Christianity in Africa; Benedict XVI and Mission.
- President, International Association of Mission Studies, 2016-2020