Faculty | B.A. in Anthropology

Katrina T. Greene

  • Associate Professor of Anthropology and Intercultural Studies

  • Ph.D., American University
  • B.S.F.S. (Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service), Georgetown University

Katrina Greene directs the International Development Minor and Emphasis/Concentration within the Cook School of Intercultural Studies (CSICS). She is a socio-cultural and applied anthropologist who has conducted ongoing field research among women, including female entrepreneurs, in the black townships of Cape Town, South Africa since 1997, including doctoral research as a Fulbright Scholar...

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Research Interests

  • Developmental and applied anthropology
  • Black economic empowerment in South Africa
  • Economic anthropology
  • Gender and community development issues

Titus Kennedy

  • Adjunct Professor of Archaeology

Paul Langenwalter

  • Assistant Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology

David Shane Lowry

  • Associate Professor of Anthropology

  • Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

David Shane Lowry obtained his bachelor of science degree in anthropology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his doctorate degree from the University of North Carolina. His scholarship focuses on human empathy. His graduate research took place between 2009 and 2012 when he spent hundreds of hours with missionaries, healthcare providers, and social justice advocates from the Lumbee...

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Kevin D. Pittle

  • Associate Professor of Anthropology
  • Chair, Department of Anthropology

  • Ph.D., Florida State University
  • M.S., Florida State University
  • B.A., Florida State University

Kevin Pittle received his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Florida State University in the Fall of 2005. He is Program Director for the undergraduate Anthropology program at Biola University and is the coordinator and advisor for the minor in Social Justice, Human Rights and Conflict Transformation. His research is generally interpretivist and perspectival in orientation, focusing around the...

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Research Interests

  • Cultural anthropology
  • Anthropology of consciousness and extraordinary experience
  • Cross cultural approaches to ontology and epistemology
  • Anthropology of religion and spirituality

Doug Hayward

  • Professor Emeritus of Intercultural Studies

  • Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara
  • M.A., University of California, Santa Barbara
  • M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary
  • B.A., Westmont College
  • Diploma, Moody Bible Institute

Dr. Hayward was a missionary for 20 years among the highlands Dani people in Papua, Indonesia. His ministries include church planting, community development coordinator, leadership training and staff development, and supervision. He has written three books on the Dani people, plus numerous journal articles, encyclopedia entries, and chapters in books on missiological topics. He teaches classes...

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Research Interests

  • Cultural anthropology
  • Missiology topics

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