Philip Masterton Kulp Edit Profile
Bachelor, Juniata College, 1952. Master of Divinity, Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1958. Master of Education, Shippensburg University, Pennsylvania, 1962.
Doctor of Philosophy, American University, 1975.
Ordained to ministry Church of the Brethren, 1952. Pastor Blue Ridge Church of the Brethren, Thurmont, Maryland., 1954-1958, Ridge Church of the Brethren, Shippensburg, 1961-1962. Teacher Fairfield (Pennsylvania) High School, 1954-1956.
Teacher, administrator Waka (Nigeria) SecondarySch., 1958-1965. Member of faculty department sociology Shippensburg U., 1965-1992, now associate professor emeritus. Guest editor spring issue Brethren Lifeand Thought journal, 1984, Studies in Third World Societies Volunteer 40, 1989.
Editor Women Missionaries in Africa. Contributor articles to Brethren Encyclopedia, also chapter to Studies in Third World Socs.
Guest editor spring issue Brethren Life and Thought Journal, 1984, Studies 3rd World Societies Volunteer 40, 1989. Member Borough Council, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, 1968—1976, Carroll Valley, 1980—1982. Member advisory board South Center Pennsylvania Crime Commission, 1976—1980.
Chairman regional Democratic Party, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, 1976—1977. Consultant criminal justice Church Brethren, Elgin, Illinois, 1975—1980. Fellow: American Anthropol.
Association; member: Science Society Study Religion, Royal African Society Great Britain, African Studies Association, Phi Delta Gamma.
Married Mary Ann Moyer (divorced 1977).; married Betty Coe Riner, August 15, 1978. Children: H. Christina, Tanya, Diana.