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Ph.D. Intercultural Studies, Fuller Graduate School, 2013
M.A., Intercultural Studies, Biola University, 1986
B.A., Intercultural Studies, Biola University, 1985
International Anthropology Coordinator, SIL Intl, 2014-
Other professional experience and service
Associate Int’l Anthropology Coordinator, SIL Intl, 2013-2014
Associate Director for Language Development, International Cooperation Cambodia 2005-2008
Regional Associate Director for Cambodia, SIL Int’l 2004-2008
Bru Project Facilitator and Anthropology, and Language Development Consultant, Mainland Southeast Asia Group, SIL International 1992-2003
American Anthropological Association
Society for Applied Anthropology
English: ILR 5
Thai: ILR 3
Kataang: ILR 2
Malay: ILR 3
Cultural Theory and bias
Wicked problems & clumsy solutions
Intercultural relationships, adult multicultural, participatory / experiential learning
Field Research Experience
Dissertation research on seven (7) multicultural teams in Mainland Southeast Asia. 2011-2012.
Intensive field research on Bru language and culture, Ubon Rachatani Province, Thailand (under the auspices of, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand, and The National Research Council of Thailand) 1998-2000.
Field research on Bru language and culture, Ubon Rachatani Province, Thailand, (under the auspices of Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand) 1991-1997.
Green, Julie. 2013. Cultural Theory Training for Multicultural Teams: “Clumsy” Solutions for a “Wicked Problem”. Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Intercultural Studies. PhD in Intercultural Studies. J_Green_Diss_Final_UMI.pdf. Accessed 30 April, 2014.
Green, Julie and Feikje VanderHaak. 2004. Orthographic Description of Bru Woenbuek. In Orthographic Descriptions of 6 Minority Languages of Thailand. Thammasat University. Bangkok, Thailand.
Green, Julie and Feikje VanderHaak. 2002. The Bru people in Khong Chiem, Ubon Ratchathani. In Minority language orthography in Thailand: five case studies: in honor of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on the auspicious occasion of his Sixth Cycle Birthday. Bangkok, Thailand. http://msea-ling.info/digidata/306/b09800-bru.pdf. Accessed 30 April, 2014.
Green, Julie and Feikje VanderHaak. 2000. Tossing the Ancestors: Social Organization in Woenbuek, Thailand. A research project presented to the National Research Council of Thailand.
Green, Julie, Feikje VanderHaak, and Penat Puengpa. 2000. Bru Woenbuek Folktale Collection. A research project presented to the National Research Council of Thailand.
Works by this author in SIL Language & Culture Archives