Agana-Nsiire Agana


Philosophy, Theology, Technology


I am an academic interested in the intersection of theology, philosophy, and digital culture. I obtained my PhD from the University of Edinburgh in 2024. My research explored personhood in digital culture from the perspective of philosophical theology. My future research examines epistemic foundations of ongoing artificial intelligence research in philosophy, theology, and ethics. I am an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Academic Affiliations

Grants and Awards


Latest Book

Master the Pidgin

Millennium Excellence Award Nominee

My Research

Compiling the Human Condition

Welcome to my website! I am an academic deeply fascinated by the intricate interplay between theology, philosophy, and digital culture. I pursued my doctoral studies at the University of Edinburgh, where my research delved into the rich and complex realms of philosophical theology, the philosophy of science and religion, and digital theology.  

My work is 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. It is not just an academic pursuit, it is a personal quest to explore the depths of human consciousness, belief, being, and transformation. I do this using my experience in academic thoelogy and philosophy, science and religion, and industry experience in software and digital entrepreneurship

I enthusiastically welcome conversations with fellow thinkers, learners, and explorers who share an interest in these compelling questions, so do reach out if that is you!


“Life is lived forward and understood backwards”

– Søren Kierkegaard