FACULTY

Core Faculty


Eric Bartels, Instructor

College of International Studies, Chair
MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1979; BA, University of South Florida, 1972.
Field work: Togo, Benin, North Eurasia
Languages: German, French, Russian

Michael E. Boutin, Associate Professor

Applied Linguistics, Chair
PhD, University of Florida, 1994; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1980; BA, University of New Mexico, 1979.
Field work: Malaysia
Languages: Malay, Bonggi

Mark Harlan, Associate Professor

Abraham Center, Chair
PhD, Fuller School of Intercultural Studies, 2005; ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1984; BS, United States Air Force Academy, 1974.
Field work: Egypt, Jordan, Sudan
Languages: Arabic

Robin P. Harris, Associate Professor

Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, University of Georgia, 2012; MA, Bethel University, 2007; MA, Columbia International University, 2001; BMus, Biola University, 1983.
Field work: Russian Federation (Siberia)
Languages: Russian

Peter E. Unseth, Associate Professor

Applied Anthropology, Chair
PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 2002; MA, University of North Dakota, 1981; BA, St. Paul Bible College, 1978.
Field work: Ethiopia
Languages: Amharic

Beth Argot, Assistant Professor

Center for Excellence in World Arts
DWS, The Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies, 2016; MM, Ohio State University, 1984; BS, Messiah College, 1981.

Shelley G. Ashdown, Assistant Professor

College of International Studies
DMiss, Biola University, 2001; MA, Assemblies of God Graduate School, 1980; BA, Southern California College, 1978.
Field work: Kenya
Languages spoken: Thai, Maa

Wendy Atkins, Instructor

Center for Excellence in World Arts
MA, GIAL, 2017; BMus, Houghton College, 1976
Field work: Central African Republic, DR Congo, Kenya, South Sudan, Uganda, Mozambique, Comoros Islands
Languages spoken: Pazande, French, Kiswahili, Lingala

Cynthia L. Blood, Instructor

Applied Anthropology
MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1987; BA, Wheaton College, 1981.
Field work: Cameroon, Indonesia
Languages spoken: Spanish, French, Indonesian, Oku

Neil R. Coulter, Assistant Professor

Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, Kent State University, 2007; MA, Kent State University, 2000; MM, Kent State University, 2000; BM, Wheaton College, 1997
Field work: Papua New Guinea
Languages spoken: Tok Pisin, Spanish, German

Andy Eatough, Instructor

College of International Studies
MA, University of California at Santa Cruz, 1991; BA, Fresno State University, 1989.
Field work: East Asia
Languages spoken: Chinese, Nuosu, Spanish, Thai

Jeffrey Feinberg, Associate Professor

Abraham Center
PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1988; MDiv, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1985; MBA, University of Chicago GSB, 1976; MA, University of Chicago SSA, 1976; BA, University of California at Berkeley, 1972.
Field work: Peru, Israel, American Messianic Jewish community
Languages spoken: Hebrew, Greek, French

Joshua Harper, Assistant Professor

Applied Linguistics
PhD, University of Cambridge, 2013; MA, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 2009; BA, University of Texas at Austin, 2005.
Field work: East Asia, Kenya
Languages spoken: German, Kiswahili, Hebrew, Greek

Timothy Hatcher, Assistant Professor

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, 2018; MA, GIAL, 2007; MA, Oral Roberts University, 1994.
Field work: Bulgaria, Russia, Central Asia
Languages spoken: Russian

JoAnna M. Hoyt, Associate Professor

Applied Linguistics
PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2012; MA, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2007; BA, Howard Payne University, 2000.

Paul R. Kroeger, Professor

Applied Linguistics
PhD, Stanford University, 1991; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1981; BS, Yale University, 1975.
Field work: Malaysia, Singapore
Languages spoken: Malay, Kimaragang

Hsiang-ning (Dora) Kung, Assistant Professor

Applied Anthropology —Center for Excellence in World Arts
Ph.D., Ohio State University, 2017; M.M., Manhattan School of Music, 2008; B.A., Soochow University, Taiwan (2005)
Field work: USA
Languages spoken: Mandarin

Steve Parker, Associate Professor

Applied Linguistics
PhD, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2002; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1988; BA, Indiana University, 1980.
Field work: Peru, Papua New Guinea
Languages spoken: Spanish, Tok Pisin

George Payton, Assistant Professor

Applied Linguistics
DMin, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 2015; MA, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, 1993; BA, Biola University, 1982
Field work: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania
Languages spoken: Swahili, Orma, German

Todd Scacewater, Assistant Professor

College of International Studies
PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary, 2017; ThM, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2012; MDiv, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2011; BA, Missouri Southern State University, 2008.
Languages spoken: Spanish

CJ Searsy, Instructor

College of International Studies
MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1998; BA, Dallas Baptist University, 1992.
Field work: East Asia
Languages spoken: Mandarin

Jack Shoemaker, Assistant Professor

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Southern Methodist University, 2012; MA, Southern Methodist University, 2008; BA, Azusa Pacific University, 1980.
Field work: Uganda
Languages spoken: Spanish, Ese Ejja, Kiswahili, Ma'di, Portuguese

Ervin Starwalt, Assistant Professor

Applied Linguistics
PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 2005; STM, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1986; MDiv, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1975; BS, University of Arkansas, 1971.
Field work: Nigeria

Stephen L. Walter, Associate Professor

Applied Anthropology
PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 1980; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1976; BA, Washington Bible College, 1969.
Field work: Colombia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Cameroon, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Kenya
Languages spoken: Spanish, Tzeltal

Adjunct Faculty


Janet L. Allen, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
Ph.D., Heinrich Heine Universitat, Dusseldorf, 2011; M.A., University of Illinois at Chicago, 1997; B.A., Trinity College (Deerfield, IL), 1993.
Field work: Philippines
Languages spoken: Spanish, Tagalog, Kankanaey

Tod J. Allman, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 2010; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1989; MDiv, Biola University, 1986; MS, Harvey Mudd College, 1982; BS, Harvey Mudd College, 1981.
Field work: Philippines
Languages spoken: Korean

Heather Beal, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 2011; MA, Biblical Theological Seminary, 1995; BS in chemistry, University of Delaware, 1991
Field work: Oaxaca, Mexico
Languages spoken: Spanish

Scott Berthiaume, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 2004; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1994; BA, Biola University, 1990.
Field work: Latin America, Mexico
Languages spoken: Spanish, Xi’iuÌy

Albert Bickford, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics—Center for Sign Language Linguistics
PhD, University of California, San Diego, 1987; BS, University of Minnesota, 1978.
Field work: Mexico
Languages spoken: ASL, Spanish

Anita Bickford, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
MA, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, 1989; MFA, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1978; BA, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, 1974.
Field work: Mexico
Languages spoken: Spanish, French, Italian, German, American Sign Language, Tzeltal (Mexico)

Brenda H. Boerger, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, University of Texas at Austin, 1984; BA, SUNY Oswego, 1975.
Field work: Solomon Islands
Languages spoken: Solomon Islands Pijin, Natqgu, Italian

Michael C. Cahill, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, Ohio State University, 1999; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1985; BS, Iowa State University, 1977.
Field work: Ghana

John Clifton, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1980; MA, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1978; BA, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1974.
Field work: Papua New Guinea, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Bangladesh
Languages spoken: Tok Pisin, Kope, Russian

Beth Cook, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics—Center for Sign Language Linguistics
MA, University of North Dakota, 2018; BA, Dallas Baptist University, 2012.
Field work: South Asia, Southern Europe
Languages spoken: American Sign Language

Crista Cornelius, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Ohio State University, 2020; MA Ohio State University, 2015; MA, University of Tennessee, 1992; BA, Bryan College, 1990
Field work: China
Languages spoken: Chinese

Jonathan Dailey, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
MA, Dallas International University, 2003; BA, Mid-America Christian University, 1998.
Field work: South Asia
Languages spoken: Hindi, Marwari, Spanish

Judy Davis, Adjunct Faculty

College of International Studies
MS, University of Texas at Arlington, 1991; BS, University of Tennessee, 1984; AA Middle Tennessee State University, 1981.

David Eberhard, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, 2009; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1993, BA, Asbury College, 1985.
Field work: Brazil, Thailand
Languages spoken: Portuguese, Spanish, Mamaindê, Thai

Pat Feinberg, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology, Abraham Center
MA, Stanford University, 1980; MST, University of Chicago, 1976; BA, Stanford University, 1975
Field work: Peru, Israel, American Messianic Jewish community
Languages spoken: Spanish

Richard Harman, Adjunct Faculty

College of International Studies
MS, Mississippi State University, 1977; BS, Texas A&M University, 1974
Field work: Indonesia, Asia
Languages spoken: Bahasa Indonesia

William (Bill) Harris, Adjunct Faculty

Center for Excellence in World Arts
MA, Communication (School of Television and Film), Regent University, 1991; MA, Intercultural Studies, Columbia International University, 1999; MA, Organizational Leadership, Azusa Pacific University, 2005
Field work: Russian Federation (Siberia)
Languages spoken: Russian

Sunny EunSun Hong, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Biola University, 2014; MA, Biola University, 2001; MA, University of Maryland,1987; BA, SookMyung Women's University, 1983
Field work: Asia Area, Philippines

Stephen Jones, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics—Center for Sign Language Linguistics
MA, University of North Dakota, 2013; BS, Rochester Institute of Technology, 2007; BA, Gardner-Webb University, 2006; AA Cerro Coso Community College, 2003.
Field work: US deaf communities
Languages spoken: American Sign Language

Linda Jordan, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
MA, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, 2009; BS, University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point, 1995.
Field work: Ethiopia, Angola, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa
Languages spoken: Portuguese, Amharic

Mark E. Karan, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1996; MA, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, 1983; BA, Northeastern Bible College, Essex Falls, NJ, 1976.
Field work: Togo, Benin, Central African Republic
Languages spoken: French, German, Sango

Brad Keating, Adjunct Faculty

Center for Excellence in World Arts
MA, GIAL, 2011; BMus, Arizona State University, 1997; BS, Arizona State University, 1992.
Field work: Nigeria

Brian Kelly, Adjunct Faculty

College of International Studies
DMin, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 2020; MA, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2010; MA, Biola University, 2005; BS, California Polytechnic State University of San Luis Obispo, 1996.
Field work: St. Croix, Brazil, Angola, Tanzania, Azerbaijan, Thailand
Languages spoken: Portuguese

Jean Ngoya Kidula, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology — Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, University of California Los Angeles, 1998; MMus, East Carolina University, 1986; BEd, University of Nairobi, 1981.
Field work: Kenya, Tanzania, Sweden, USA
Languages spoken: Lulogooli, English, Kiswahili, DhoLuo, French

Cody Kiefer, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
ABD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2018; MS, Auburn University, 2011; BS, Auburn University, 2009.
Field work: Honduras, Japan

James R. Krabill, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology – Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, University of Birmingham (UK), 1989; MDiv, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, 1977; BA, Goshen College, 1974.
Field work: Côte d'Ivoire
Languages spoken: French

Patrick Krayer, Adjunct Faculty

Abraham Center
PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary, 2007; MA, Wheaton College, 2002; BTh, Bethany College of Missions, 1982, BA, Florida State University, 1974.
Field work: Afghanistan, Pakistan
Languages spoken: Pashtu

Glenn Lafitte, Adjunct Faculty

College of International Studies
PhD, Our Lady of the Lake University, 2017; MPH, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, 1992; BS, Medical College of Georgia, 1978; BS, University of Georgia, 1975.
Field work: Ecuador, Mexico/US border
Languages spoken: Spanish

Sigrid Lew, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, Christian-Albrechts University, 1993.
Field work: Thailand
Languages spoken: German (mother tongue), Central Thai

Carol Long, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
MA, GIAL, 2006; BA, Hope College, 2003.
Field work: Malaysia
Languages spoken: Malay

Tim Motis, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, University of Florida, 2002; MS, Auburn University, 1995; BS, South Dakota State University, 1992.
Field work: Ethiopia, Haiti, South Africa

Ric Nelson, Adjunct Faculty

College of International Studies, Applied Anthropology
DEA, Université Blaise Pascal, 2004; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1987; BA, San Diego State University, 1983.
Field work: DR Congo, Kenya, France
Languages spoken: French, Lingala, Mangbetu

Perry Oakes, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2010; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1990; MA, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1988; BA, Taylor University, 1983.
Field work: Panama
Languages spoken: Spanish

Steve Parkhurst, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics—Center for Sign Language Linguistics
MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1990; BA, Biola University, 1987.
Field work: Spain, Mexico
Languages spoken: Spanish, Spanish Sign Language, Catalan Sign Language, American Sign Language

Michelle S. Petersen, Adjunct Faculty

Center for Excellence in World Arts
MA, GIAL, 2006; BA, University of Utah, 1988.
Field work: Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Senegal
Languages spoken: French, Jula

Laura Roberts, Adjunct Faculty

Center for Excellence in World Arts
MA, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, 2015; BM, Union University, 2006.
Field work: India, Indonesia
Languages spoken: Hindi, Urdu

David Ross, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Lehigh University, 1978; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1986; ME, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 1974; BE, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 1972.
Field work: South Asia, Eurasia
Languages spoken: Urdu, Brahui

Joy Sanders, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1976; BS, University of California at Los Angeles, 1974.
Field work: Papua New Guinea
Languages spoken: Kamasau, Tok Pisin, Spanish

Mary Beth Saurman, Adjunct Faculty

Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, Bern University (Switzerland), 2019; MA, Wheaton Graduate School, 1992; BASc, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, 1982.
Field work: Thailand
Languages spoken: Thai

Brian Schrag, Adjunct Faculty

Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 2005; MA, Wheaton College, 1987; BS, Brown University, 1984.
Field work: Congo
Languages spoken: French, Lingala, Mono

Gary F. Simons, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, Cornell University, 1979; MA, Cornell University, 1976; BA, Seattle Pacific College, 1974.
Field work: Solomon Islands

Carolyn Stem, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics—Center for Sign Language Linguistics
MA, California State University, 1976; BA, Gallaudet University, 1972.
Languages spoken: American Sign Language

Stacy Swartz, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
MS, University of Florida, Gainsville, 2020; BS, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, 2013.
Field work: Tanzania
Languages spoken: Swahili

Phoebe Tay, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Linguistics—Center for Sign Language Linguistics
MA, Gallaudet University, 2017; BA, Griffith University, 2014.
Field work: Singapore, Australia
Languages spoken: American Sign Language

Julie Taylor, Adjunct Faculty

Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, Edinburgh University, 2002; MA, Wheaton College, 1992; BMus equivalent + Postgrad Diploma, Royal College of Music, London, England, 1979.
Field work: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Papua New Guinea, UK
Languages spoken: Kiswahili

Doug Tiffin, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
DMin, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1988; MTh, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1980; BA, University of Western Ontario, 1976.

Philip H. Troutman, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Asbury Theological Seminary, 2015; MDiv, Nazarene Theological Seminary, 1986; BA, Bethany Nazarene College, 1980.
Field work: Republic of Cape Verde, Mozambique, Angola
Languages spoken: Spanish, Portuguese, Cisena

James Wheatley, Adjunct Faculty

Applied Anthropology
MA, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1973.
Field work: Brazil
Languages spoken: Portuguese, Bakairi

Senior Faculty


T. Wayne Dye, Senior Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1983; MA, University of Michigan, 1968; BSE, University of Michigan, 1957.
Field work: Papua New Guinea, Kenya, India, Philippines, Cameroon
Languages spoken: Bahinemo, Tok Pisin

Karl Franklin, Senior Faculty

Applied Linguistics, Applied Anthropology
PhD, Australian National University, 1969; MA, Cornell University, 1965; BA, King's College, 1954.

Shin Ja J. Hwang, Senior Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, University of Texas at Arlington, 1981; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1974; MLS, University of Oklahoma, 1968; BA, Ewha Women’s University, 1965.

Robert G. McKee, Senior Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, University of Rochester, 1995; MA, University of Rochester, 1985; AB, Harvard College, 1975.
Field work: Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire)
Languages spoken: French, Bangala, Mangbetu

Carol V. McKinney, Senior Faculty

Applied Anthropology
PhD, Southern Methodist University, 1985; MA, Southern Methodist University, 1985; MA, University of Michigan, 1961; BA, University of California at Los Angeles, 1958.
Field work: Nigeria, Kenya

Arden G. Sanders, Senior Faculty

Applied Linguistics
PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1988; MA, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1983; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1976; BA, Friends University, 1974.
Field work: Papua New Guinea
Languages spoken: Kamasau, Tok Pisin

Associate Instructors


Karen Ashley, Associate Instructor

Applied Linguistics
MA, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, 2012; BA, Bryan College, 1980.
Field work: Solomon Islands
Languages spoken: Solomon Islands Pijin, Sa’a

Hope Bowling, Associate Instructor

Applied Anthropology
BS, Moody Bible Institute, 1972.
Field work: Papua New Guinea
Languages spoken: Yagwoia, Tok Pisin

Samantha Chang Deck, Associate Instructor

Applied Anthropology
MA, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, 2013; BA, University of California, Irvine, 2001.

Kate French, Associate Instructor

Applied Linguistics—Center for Sign Language Linguistics
MA, University of North Dakota, 2018; BA, University of Kansas, 2013.
Languages spoken: ASL, International Sign

Katie Frost, Associate Instructor

Center for Excellence in World Arts
MA, World Arts, GIAL 2013; MMus, Western Michigan University 2003
Field work: Netherlands, Middle East
Languages spoken: Dutch

Tamara Grosso, Associate Instructor

Applied Linguistics
MA, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 2017; BA, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, 2013.

Jo Haag, Associate Instructor

College of International Studies
BS, East Tennessee University, 1988.
Field work: Papua New Guinea
Languages spoken: Tok Pisin

Jessica Kusler, Associate Instructor

College of International Studies
BA, Concordia College, 2009.
Field work: West Asia
Languages spoken: Spanish, Dari

Doug Laskowske, Associate Instructor

Applied Linguistics
MA, University of North Dakota, 2016; BA, Taylor University, 2011.
Field work: Indonesia
Languages spoken: Indonesian, Bugis

Marlin Leaders, Associate Instructor

Applied Linguistics
M.A., University of Texas at Arlington, 1983; BA, Westmar College, 1973.
Field work: Papua New Guinea, Philippines
Languages spoken: German, French, Portuguese, Tok Pisin

Megan Meyers, Associate Instructor

Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary, 2015; MA, Fuller Theological Seminary, 2003; BA, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA, 1997.
Field work: Mozambique; Ivory Coast
Languages spoken: Portuguese, Spanish, Melanesian Pidgin

Carol Orwig, Associate Instructor

Applied Anthropology
MA, University of Texas Arlington 1976; MAT, University of Virginia, 1970; AB, College of William and Mary, 1969.
Field work: Mexico, Cameroon
Languages spoken: Spanish, French, Dutch

Ivan Pavlii, Associate Instructor

Abraham Center
PhD, Baku Slavic University, Azerbaijan, 2019; equivalent to MA and BA degrees, Kyiv National Linguistic University, Ukraine, 1998.
Field work: Turkey, Azerbaijan
Languages spoken: Ukrainian, Russian, Azerbaijani, Turkish, Arabic, Ancient Hebrew, Georgian

Bethany Randolph, Associate Instructor

Center for Excellence in World Arts
BSW, Northwestern State University, 2007
Field work: Europe, Eurasia, Mainland Southeast Asia, Philippines
Languages spoken: Bulgarian

A.D. Riddle, Associate Instructor

Abraham Center
ThM, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2021; MA, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2014; MDiv, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2008, BS, University of New Mexico, 2004.
Field work: Middle East, Colombia
Languages spoken: Biblical Hebrew, Northwest Semitic, Akkadian, Spanish

Todd Saurman, Associate Instructor

Center for Excellence in World Arts
PhD, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2013; MA, Wheaton College, 1992; BS, Slippery Rock University, 1983.
Field work: Southeast Asia
Languages spoken: Thai

John Stark, Associate Instructor

Applied Anthropology
PhD, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara, Nigeria, 2000; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1990; BA, Biola University, 1982.
Field work: Peru, Nigeria