Rev Dr Jean Luc Enyegue SJ is a Jesuit from Cameroon. He obtained his PhD from Boston University. Currently he is the Director of the Jesuit Historical Institute in Africa. His research is focused on the History of Christianity and Jesuit History in Africa. Some of his recent research include the Jesuit Mission in the Gulf of Guinea and West Africa. He has also authored several articles, including the Jesuits in Fernando Póo, 1857-1972: An Incomplete Mission! (Brill 2015). Dr Enyegue also lectures Medieval and Modern Church history at Hekima University College.
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Rev Dr Anicet N’Teba SJ is a Jesuit from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). He obtained his PhD from the Gregorian University in Rome, specializing in church history. In the past few years, he has been teaching at the Institut de Théologie de la Compagnie de Jésus in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, where he was also the Academic Dean. Dr N’Teba is currently the Associate Director of JHIA and lecturers in Church History at Jesuit School of Theology – Hekima University College.
Mr Geoffrey Obatsa is the Administrative Assistant at The Jesuit Historical Institute in Africa. His core duty is to provide administrative support to the institute. He is also the head of the library department where he also works on digital conservancy of documents and the maintenance and expansion of the Africa Thesis Bank and the Jesuit Sources in Africa. He is a graduate of JKUAT with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a Certificate in Counselling Psychology from the Tec Institute of Management.
Mr Denis Munyua is an Information Communication and Technology specialist. He oversees the day to day running of the JHIA’s information systems and infrastructure and takes care of the institute’s digital archives.
Mr Philip Opiyo is a full-time Office Assistant and Librarian at JHIA and takes part in the process of cataloging books, documents, binding and restoring damaged books. He holds a Diploma in Purchasing and Supplies Management and a Bachelor of Commerce from Mount Kenya University in Nairobi.
Ms Aquinata Nanyonjo Agonga, Kenyan, holds a Master’s degree in Peace Studies and International Relations from Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR). She currently lectures in related areas at the same time as she pursues her doctoral studies. Over the years she has developed an interest in the history of the Jesuits in Southern Africa and has published papers on the subject. Ms Agonga is a Research Fellow at the JHIA.