Julie Goodman-Bowling, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Lead Faculty for Anthropology
Office Phone: (951) 343-4468 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: James 139 Office Hours: Fall 2019 TWR 9-10:30am by appointment; TBA
|Ph.D.||Cultural Anthropology||University of Nevada, Reno||2018|
|M.A.||Anthropology||California State University, Fullerton||2007|
|B.A.||Intercultural Studies||Biola University||2002|
Certification, Gender Race and Identity Studies, University of Nevada, Reno
Certification, TESL, Biola University
Personality and Culture
Globalization and Culture
Economic and Political Anthropology
Anthropology and Film
Language and Culture
Physical Anthropology and Archaeology
Religion and Culture
Kinship and Family
Theories of Anthropology
Health and Holistic Healing (Intro to Medical Anthropology)
Applied, Engaged, Activist Anthropology
Overseas Prep Courses; Cross-Cultural Development
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Psychology
Survey of Behavioral Sciences
Foundational Skills in Behavioral Science Part 1 (Reading and Writing for the Behavioral Sciences)
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
Immigration and Migration Studies and Policy
Migration and Labor
Israel, Jewish Culture; Latin American Culture
Transnational Anthropology, Globalization
Gender, Race, and Identity Studies
Adjunct Professor, Orange Coast College (2008-2012)
Adjunct Professor, Biola University (2002-2003)
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Publication: 2012 "Frequent Flyer," Anthropology News, publication of the American Anthropological Association. Vol 53, No. 10, Pp.43
Publication: 2012 "Anthropological Pedagogy" Online case study development for students. Cengage Learning (Wadsworth Publishing). Online.
Publication: 2008 "Acculturation among Immigrant Workers in the Garment District of Los Angeles," Proceedings of the Southwestern Anthropological Association. Vol. 2, Pp. 42-49
Publication: "Response to E. Klayman's 'Exploring our Responsibility for Earth's Resources: Shaping an Eco-Ethilogical Approach'" in Kesher: A Journal for Messianic Judaism, Fall 2015
Paper Presentation: "Response to E. Klayman's 'Exploring our Responsibility for Earth's Resources: Shaping an Eco-Ethilogical Approach'" Hashivenu, January 2014
Paper Presentation: "Purity and Pollution: Transitional Practices of Halakha" Young Messianic Jewish Scholars' Conference, January 2013
Presentation: "Resilience and Recovery," California Baptist University, guest lecture, October 2011.
Paper Presentation: "Assimilation, Identity, and the Immigrant Experience" Society for Applied Anthropology, March 2011.
Paper Presentation: "The Changing Landscape of Gush Katif, Gaza" Southwest Anthropological Association Conference, April 2010; Published, 2010
Paper Presentation: "Identity Formation Among Immigrant Workers in the Garment District of Los Angeles, Abbreviated" California Baptist University Faculty Colloquium, April 2010
Presentation of Joint Research. "Impacts of Immigration and Labor Choice on Reproductive Decision Making" Southwest Anthropological Association, April 2009.
Paper Presentation: "Acculturation among Immigrant Workers in the Garment District of Los Angeles," Southwest Anthropological Association Conference, April 2008. Published 2008.
Paper Presentation: "Organizational Anthropology: Overview and Case Studies" Southwestern Anthropological Association Conference, April 2006
Paper Presentation: "Cultural Expressions of Worship" Young Scholar's Conference: New York, June 2006
Church Membership & Activities
Ben David, Congregation and Sisterhood Leadership Team
Community Service & Involvement
Volunteer ESL Teacher, Long Beach
Board Member: Union of Messianic Believers (UMB)
Interests & Hobbies
Research Interests and Subject Specialties:
*Immigration and Migration Studies and Policy
*Migration and Labor Studies
*Acculturation and Change
*Israel, Jewish Culture, Latin American Culture
Traveled to Mexico, Ukraine, Paraguay and Israel
Hobbies: reading, baking, researching
Isaiah 41:10 "So do not fear..."
Higher education is a gift that we should not take for granted; it is a great privilege. Students and faculty are equally responsible for creating learning environments which foster collaboration, respect, mutual understanding, and engagement. I'm a firm believer in learning together and enjoy every opportunity to co-create unique, challenging learning opportunities inside and out of the classroom. I love my job and consider it an awesome privilege to be at CBU!