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  • James Lochtefeld — Carthage College
    pilgrimage His dissertation research focused on the north Indian pilgrimage city of Hardwar the dissertation draws on Sanskrit texts archival documents and field research to lay out a comprehensive picture of this vibrant vital town It was published by Oxford University Press in December 2009 under the title God s Gateway In addition to the Hindu tradition Prof Lochtefeld teaches courses on Indian religion and society the Buddhist tradition the Sikh tradition East Asian religion Sanskrit and Hindi He has led J Term classes to India since 1999 In both his research and his teaching he seeks to explore the intersection of religious history tradition and practice Prof Lochtefeld has a Ph D and M Phil from Columbia University an M A from the University of Washington an M T S from the Harvard Divinity School and a B A from Colgate University He came to Carthage in 1992 Read more Education Ph D M Phil Columbia University M A University of Washington M T S Harvard Divinity School B A Colgate University Biography Courses Asian Studies Global Heritage Religion James Lochtefeld completely opened my mind to the religions and cultures of the world He approached the material in an

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/jlochtefeld/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Lynn Loewen — Carthage College
    dealt with the theory and methodology in second language acquisition and with comparative literature Prof Loewen lived and worked in Colombia for 15 years where she held positions as an English as a second language teacher a principal in British and U S embassy identified bilingual schools and as a curriculum consultant for the U S Office of Overseas Schools She also taught English language and literature courses at several

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/lloewen/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Thomas Long — Carthage College
    fields of inter religious dialogue and the doctrine of the atonement His dissertation The Viability of a Sacrificial Theology of Atonement was republished in 2006 by Lutheran University Press for its 37 affiliate institutions of higher education of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Prof Long has a Ph D from Marquette University Th M from Duke University M Div from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary and B A from Albion

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/tlong/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Christopher Lynch
    the University of Dallas Rome campus As an Olin Junior Faculty Fellow he completed his translation and interpretation of Niccolò Machiavelli s Art of War published by the University of Chicago Press in 2003 and began work on Machiavelli on War his comprehensive treatment of the subject on course for completion in 2012 Prof Lynch served as a Senior Advisor at the United States Department of State in 2006 2007

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/clynch/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Stephen Lyng — Carthage College
    social psychology and the sociology of risk Prof Lyng has written or co written more than 30 published sociology articles in journals such as The American Journal of Bioethics Social Forces The American Journal of Sociology Theoretical Criminology and Crime Media Culture He is the author or coauthor of three books and is presently completing a fourth book with Jens O Zinn titled Thriving on Uncertainty Risk Taking in the

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  • Jane Mac Alla-Livingston — Carthage College
    performance piano pedagogy and class piano She came to Carthage from Northwestern University School of Music where she served on the music faculty from 1981 to 1996 She is an active chamber musician performing with Trio Levade She is an active keyboardist playing with various bands the Kenosha Symphony and theatrical orchestras including the Racine Theatre Guild She is also an active solo pianist and duo pianist performer She is the founder of the Carthage Community Piano Program and is an active member of the Kenosha Music Teachers Association Wisconsin State Music Teachers Associaton and the Music Teachers National Association Prof Livingston has an M M in performance and pedagogy from Northwestern University M A T in geology and education from the University of Vermont B M in performance and pedagogy from the Crane School of Music State University of New York at Potsdam and B A in geology from Skidmore College She joined the Carthage faculty in 1993 She makes use of her geological background during J Term when she regularly leads geology study tours Recent destinations have included Scotland Australia Iceland and Hawaii Read more Education M M Performance and Pedagogy Northwestern University M A T Geology Education

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  • John Maclay — Carthage College
    theatre for young audiences Mr Maclay has been working with First Stage in one form or other since 2000 and has directed or appeared in more than 25 First Stage productions as well as having produced more than 50 productions for the First Stage Young Company Mr Maclay is also an adaptor of literature for the stage Two new works which he has co authored Anatole and Nancy Drew and

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  • Romwald Maczka — Carthage College
    Europe and has 11 years of ministry experience in a missionary context Before the breakup of the Soviet Union he was invited to chair the subcommittee on religion of the U S U S S R bilateral Emerging Leader Summit Conference an effort sponsored by the Soviet Committee on Youth Organizations and the American Center for International Leadership Included in his course offerings are systematic theology world religions church history

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/rmaczka/ (2013-06-13)
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