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Sherwood Lingenfelter Collection, 1967-2011
CFT00109  
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Description
Sherwood Lingenfelter (b. November 18, 1941) served as Fuller Theological Seminary’s,Dean of the School of World Mission from 1999-2003 and Provost from 2003 – 2011. The Sherwood Lingenfelter collection collection includes research materials regarding the indigenous peoples of the Yap Islands of Micronesia. Administrative records concern Fuller Theological Seminary’s School of World Mission (now School of Intercultural Studies) and Provost’s Office.
Background
Sherwood Lingenfelter (b. November 18, 1941) served as Fuller Theological Seminary’s,Dean of the School of World Mission from 1999-2003 and Provost from 2003 – 2011. Dr. Lingenfelter continues to serve as a Senior Professor of Anthropology. Taught courses include “Culture and Transformation”; “Culture, Human Sexuality, and Ministry”; and “Leaders, Denominational Structures, and Missional Churches.”With his wife, Dr. Judith Lingenfelter, he lived for three years in the Yap Islands of Micronesia; engaged in research in Brazil, Cameroon, and Suriname. He has served as research and training consultant to SIL from 1977 to 2007 in Papua New Guinea, Borneo, Philippines, Africa, and Latin America. He contributes regularly to mission conferences and to missionary candidate training for other evangelical mission organizations.
Extent
17 Boxes, 24.5 linear feet
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All rights reserved.
Availability
Supervised use only. Scholarly use within parameters of copyright law.