• Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University
  • D.Min., Andover Newton Theological School
  • S.T.M., Boston University
  • M.A., Air University
  • M.A., California State University
  • M.Div., Boston University
  • B.A., East Africa School of Theology


  • Conflict Transformation: Theory and Practice
  • Ethical Issues in International Relations
  • Mediation: Theory and Practice


Daniel Njoroge Karanja received his first doctorate in Ministry in 1999 and his second doctorate in Conflict Analysis from Nova Southeastern University in 2015. His research interests include multi-cultural approaches to conflict transformation and restorative justice theories on intra-inter-group conflict, holistic post-conflict reconstruction through mediation and trauma healing. As an inter-disciplinary scholar, his research explores the intersection of religion, conflict and peace. His work has appeared in the Pepperdine University School of Law Journal. He is also the author of several book chapters.

Research Interests

  • Conflict Transformation
  • Conflict Analysis-Sub Saharan Africa
  • Ethics of Military Intervention and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
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