Dr. Amidu Elabo

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Postdoctoral Research Fellow Amidu Elabo

Dr. Amidu Elabo is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Hartford Institute for Religion Research (HIRR) at Hartford International University. He conducts ethnographic and qualitative research on behalf of the Exploring the Pandemic Impact on Congregations (EPIC) study, as well as data analysis and mapping. Amidu holds a PhD in Religion and Society from Princeton Theological Seminary, an MSc in Religious Studies from the University of Edinburgh, an MA in the Interaction of Religions from the University of Jos, and a BA in Religious Studies from the University of Jos. Dr. Elabo has served as a lecturer, Teaching Assistant, and Research Assistant in a variety of capacities in both Nigeria and the U.S. prior to joining the HIRR staff.


  • B.A. (University of Jos)
  • M.A. (University of Jos)
  • MSc (University of Edinburgh)
  • Ph.D. (Princeton Theological Seminary)

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