Nuam Hatzaw is a PhD candidate at the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh. Born in Falam, Nuam moved to Britain at a young age and has spent most of her life there, although she considers both Britain and Zogam to be her home.
Nuam completed a BA in Social Anthropology and Development Studies at SOAS, University of London. Her MTh in World Christianity at the University of Edinburgh explored the theologies of migrant Zomi women in the UK, and her PhD moves towards a critique of Asian feminist theology through the lens of the experiences and thoughts of Zomi women in northern Chin State. An interdisciplinary scholar by training, her areas of interest include theology, feminism, critical theory and anthropology.