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Hain, Kathryn

Assistant Professor of History and World Christianity, History


Dr. Kathryn Hain comes to academia after seventeen years in Jerusalem and Amman where she served local Arab churches in teacher training and literature distribution. She earned her PhD in History of the Middle East at the University of Utah. Her MA in Middle Eastern Cultures and Religions from Jerusalem University College/Hebrew University also informs her work. Her research focuses on the slave trade of European women to India, China, and the Abbasid Empire and the social history of their lives in their new milieu. In August 2017, she joined the faculty at Northwest Christian University in Eugene, Oregon as assistant professor of World History and World Christianity.

DISCIPLINE
History
SUB AREAS
Minorities   
7th-13th Centuries   
Arab-Israeli Conflict   
Christian Studies   
Numismatics   
World History   
AREAS OF INTEREST
Mediterranean Countries   
Palestine   
All Middle East   
SPECIALTIES
Cultural Transmission by Medieval Slaves   
Slave trade in women in Classical Period   
Eastern Christianity   
LANGUAGES
Arabic (Intermediate)   
American Sign Lang (Intermediate)   
EDUCATION
DrPH2016HistoryUniversity of Utah
MA2008Middle East StudiesJerusalem University College
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Northwest Christian University
828 E. 11th Avenue
Eugene, OR
97401
United States

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