Hello, I'm

Agana-Nsiire Agana

Theologian, Philosopher, Writer.


I am an academic interested in the intersection of theology, philosophy, and digital culture. I am currently working towards the completion of doctoral studies at the University of Edinburgh. My research spans philosophical theology, philosophy of science and religion, and digital theology. I also tutor courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level in the School of Divinity and the School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences.

Academic Affiliations

Grants and Awards


Latest Book

Master the Pidgin

Millennium Excellence Award Nominee

My Research

Shaping the Postigital Future for Good

Welcome to my website!

I am an academic deeply fascinated by the intricate interplay between theology, philosophy, and digital culture. Currently, I am completing my doctoral studies at the esteemed University of Edinburgh, where my research delves into the rich and complex realms of philosophical theology, the philosophy of science and religion, and digital theology.

My journey in academia has been profoundly shaped by an enduring curiosity about the fundamental questions of existence and belief, especially as they are challenged and reshaped in our increasingly digital age. How do traditional theological concepts hold up in the face of technological advancements? What does it mean to have faith in an era dominated by scientific discovery? How can digital culture transform our understanding of spiritual experiences? These are the questions that drive my research and fuel my passion for learning and teaching.

At the University of Edinburgh, I have the privilege of tutoring a diverse range of courses. In the School of Divinity, I guide students through the nuanced landscapes of theology, helping them navigate both ancient texts and contemporary debates. In the School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences, I engage with students on topics that bridge the human experience and intellectual inquiry, fostering a dynamic and interdisciplinary learning environment.

My work is not just an academic pursuit; it is a vocation to explore the deepest layers of human thought and belief, and to share that journey with others. Through my research, teaching, and writing, I aim to contribute to a deeper understanding of how our spiritual and philosophical perspectives evolve in tandem with technological progress.

Thank you for visiting my page. I look forward to connecting with fellow thinkers, learners, and explorers who share an interest in these compelling fields.

“Life is lived forward and understood backwards”

– Søren Kierkegaard




Email: nsiire@gmail.com