In this podcast, David Bundy, associate provost for Library Services and associate professor of history at Fuller, discusses Fuller's new David Allan Hubbard Library, which is scheduled to begin opening in early 2009. To listen to the podcast, click here.
Bundy has served on the boards of the North American Patristic Society, American Theological Library Association, Wesleyan Theological Society, and Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative, among other corporations and educational institutions. He has extensive international experience, having served as invited lecturer in 41 countries and taught graduate-level courses at institutions in 28 countries. His career includes positions at the Institute for University Ministry, the Université Catholique de Louvain, Asbury Theological Seminary, and Christian Theological Seminary.
Bundy has published more than 200 scholarly book reviews and 300 essays in scholarly journals. He was founding editor of Bulletin d’arabe chrétien (a publication devoted to Christian Arabic studies) and of the EPTA Bulletin (now Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association), and has made extensive contributions to reference works that include the Encyclopedia of Early Christianity, Anchor Bible Dictionary, Dictionary of Religion in America, Blackwell’s Dictionary of Evangelical Biography, and many others.