Peter E. Unseth, Associate ProfessorApplied 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 spoken: Amharic
Timothy Hatcher, Assistant ProfessorApplied 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
Hsiang-ning (Dora) Kung, Associate ProfessorApplied 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
M. Lynn Landweer, Assistant ProfessorApplied Anthropology
PhD, University of Essex, 2006; MA, University of Texas at Arlington, 1985; BA, Biola University, 1975.
Field work: Papua New Guinea
Languages spoken: Tok Pisin
Jack Shoemaker, Assistant ProfessorApplied Anthropology
PhD, Southern Methodist University, 2012; MA, Southern Methodist University, 2008; BA, Azusa Pacific University, 1980.
Field work: Uganda
Languages spoken: Spanish, Ese Ejja, Swahili, Ma'di, Portuguese
Stephen L. Walter, Associate ProfessorApplied 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
David Eberhard, Adjunct FacultyApplied 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
Sunny EunSun Hong, Adjunct FacultyApplied 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
Linda Jordan, Adjunct FacultyApplied 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
James R. Krabill, Adjunct FacultyApplied 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: France, Côte d'Ivoire and other West African locations (Nigeria, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Benin)
Languages spoken: French, Spanish
T. Wayne Dye, Senior FacultyApplied 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
Robert G. McKee, Senior FacultyApplied 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
Pat Feinberg, Associate InstructorApplied 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
Ric Nelson, Associate InstructorApplied 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
Carol Orwig, Associate InstructorApplied 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