Faculty & Staff
Jointly Appointed Faculty
Dr. Julisa Rowe
Senior Professor of Ethnodramatology
Cultural & Communication Specialist
International Experience: Kenya, Egypt, Indonesia, Mexico, India
- Doctor of Missiology, Ethnodramatology, Western Seminary, Portland, OR
- MA, Intercultural Ministries, Western Seminary, Portland, OR
- Bachelor of Arts, Drama & English, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA
- Senior Lecturer, Daystar University, Nairobi, Kenya
- Adjunct Faculty, Western Seminary, Portland, OR
- Consultant, Trainer, Performer, Director Worldwide, Artists in Christian Testimony
- Coordinator, Global Consultation on Music and Missions
- Head of Drama Ministries, Mamlaka Hill Chapel, Nairobi
- Adult Drama Ministries Coordinator, Nairobi Baptist Church, Nairobi
- General Coordinator, Drama Improvement Conference, Portland, OR
- Office Administrator, Capital Communications Inc., Portland, OR
- Production Assistant, Multnomah Press, Portland, OR
- "Dramatising Scripture: A Step-by-step Guide to Bringing the Word Alive". Nairobi, Kenya: Daystar University Publications, 2010.
- "Ethnodoxology Journal", edition on Ethnodramatology. Guest editor, author of two articles, 2010.
- "Ethnodramatology". WEA Connections Magazine, 2010.
- Contributor. Brian Schrag, James Krabill (general editor). "Creating Local Arts Together: A Manual to Help Communities Reach Their Kingdom Goals". William Carey Library, 2012.
- Contributor. James Krabill (general editor), Robin Harris, Brian Schrag, Frank Fortunato (editors). "Worship and Mission for the Global Church: an Ethnodoxology Handbook". William Carey Library, 2012.