Dr. Robin Harris, president of Global Ethnodoxology Network in Dallas, TX, explains the application of ethnodoxology to global mission and ministry.
About the Contributors
Dr. Robin Harris served for decades in cross-cultural contexts, including ten years in northern Russia. She earned MAs in Intercultural Studies and Ethnomusicology and completed her PhD in Music/Ethnomusicology from University of Georgia Athens in 2012. In addition to serving as Chair of Dallas International University’s Center for Excellence in World Arts and as a visiting professor at DTS, she speaks at colleges and conferences about World Arts and its application to cross-cultural work. She also serves as the President of the Evangelical Missiological Society (EMS) and President of the Global Ethnodoxology Network (GEN), a global network for arts and mission workers that she helped to launch in 2003.
Her publications include co-editing “Worship and Mission for the Global Church: An Ethnodoxology Handbook,” and “Storytelling in Siberia: The Olonkho Epic in a Changing World.”