Structure and Integration in a South Indian Village


Paul G. Hiebert

Paul G. Hiebert was Distinguished Professor of Mission and Anthropology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. He began teaching at Trinity in 1990. After spending three years as pastor, Dr. Hiebert served for six years with the Mennonite Brethren Board of Missions and Services in India. During that time he was principal of Bethany Bible School and College. Since then, he has taught anthropology at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, and the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, and anthropology and missions at Fuller Theological Seminary. Dr. Hiebert also taught as a visiting professor at Mennonite Brethren Seminary and the University of Wisconsin. He was Fulbright visiting professor at Osmania University in India for one year.

Dr. Hiebert published numerous articles, book reviews, and books in both anthropology and missions. Among his books in anthropology are Konduru: Structure and Integration in a South Indian Village (Univ. of Minnesota Press) and Cultural Anthropology (J.B. Lippincott 1976). Among his books in missions are Case Studies in Missions (written with his wife; Baker 1987), Anthropological Insights for Missionaries (Baker 1985), Anthropological Reflections on Missiological Issues (Baker 1995), and numerous chapters and essays in other volumes.

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