Anthropology & Sociology
Dr. David O. Moberg, professor emeritus of sociology at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is one of the most distinguished evangelical sociologists in America today. He is a leader among Christian sociologists and is very active in the field of sociology at large. He has held teaching positions in colleges, universities, and seminiaries throughout the country and abroad, including Bethel College from 1949 to 1968.
Dr. Moberg and his wife, Helen, established an endowed lecturship to share with students, faculty, and guests of Bethel College and Seminary the benefits of sociological studies that are relevant to Christian faith and practice.
Department News: The Moberg conference "Reconciliation in a Global Society: Pursuing Authenticity, Engagement, and Action" was held at Bethel February 19-20, 2010. The 2009 and 2010 sessions are available as mp3 files.
Find more information about our 2011 Moberg conference at Experiential Learning and Strategic Approaches to Reconciliation.
2010 - Gerardo Marti, Davidson College
2009 - Mark Mulder, Calvin College
2005 - Hector Castaneda, CEDPCA Seminary, Guatemala City
2005 - Thomas C. Hood, University of Tennessee
2003 - Lisa McMinn, Wheaton College
2002 - Dr. Daniel Johnson, Gordon College
2001 - George Yancey, University of North Texas
1997 - Tony Campolo, Eastern University
1995 - Robert Wuthnow, Princeton University
1992 - David Moberg, Marquette University