Michèle Sigg

Visiting Fellow

Michèle Sigg holds a PhD in World Christianity from Boston University. Her areas of research include African Christianity, women’s Christian history, and French Protestantism. She is the Associate Director of the online open access resource, the Dictionary of African Christian Biography (www.DACB.org), that documents the biographies of African men and women chiefly responsible for the explosive growth of African Christianity. Her publications include “Carrying Living Water for the Healing of God’s People: Women Leaders in the Fifohazana Revival and the Reformed Church in Madagascar” (Studies in World Christianity, 2014), “Indigenous and Vernacular Christianity” (co-author, Wiley-Blackwell Companion to World Christianity, 2016), and “Pointillist History and the Essential Role of Biography in the Dictionary of African Christian Biography” (chapter in in African Christian Biography: Stories, Lives, and Challenges, Cluster, 2018).

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