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Graeme   Humble

Associate Professor
School of Theology
Pacific Adventist University (Papua New Guinea)
I speak in the following language(s): English, Tok Pisin

Specialities
Discipline(s)
Anthropology
Ethnosciences 
Member of
Australian Association for Mission Studies (AAMS)
International Association for Asia Pacific Studies (IAAPS)
Australian Association for Pacific Studies (AAPS)
Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO)
European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)
Australian Anthropological Society (AAS)
Geographic administrative areas
Geographic places
Melanesia
Historical periods
First and Early contacts
The Colonial time
20th century
21st century
Indigenous languages
Tok Pisin, Hula
Experiences
  • Field Research (2008 to 2011)
    Contextualization and Christianity in a Changing Traditional Society: Maritime Redemptive Analogies in Hula Culture — Pacific Adventist University
    Doctoral research in the Vula'a (Hula) village of Irupara, focusing on the interaction of traditional beliefs and practices, current lifestyle and Christianity.
  • (2009 to 2013)
    Senior Lecturer, School of Theology — Pacific Adventist University
  • (2014)
    Dean, School of Theology — Pacific Adventist University
  • (2015 to now)
    Adjunct Associate Professor of Theology — Pacific Adventist University
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