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Fall 2021 Cohort: Redeeming Power & Liberating Equity for Gender/Ethnic Relations

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Fall 2021 Cohort: Redeeming Power & Liberating Equity for Gender/Ethnic Relations

A world in chaos and conflict requires leaders to reimagine new constructive and redemptive conditions for the flourishing of human lives. Through the Redeeming Power & Liberating Equity for Gender/Ethnic Relations cohort, the Doctor of Intercultural Studies degree will host established leaders to enhance their vocation as they become equipped change agents in a post-COVID19 era. The cohort will require focused study of critical theories, missionally-infused research, and new possibilities for contextual application to mitigate the increasing power-driven distortions confronting leaders today.

Wilmer Villacorta

Cohort Mentors

Wilmer G. Villacorta (PhD ’08, MDiv ’96)

Wilmer G. Villacorta joined Fuller faculty in 2009 as an associate professor of intercultural studies, teaching for the Master of Arts in Global Leadership. In addition to teaching in MAGL, Villacorta’s research and teaching have focused on character & spiritual development, gender studies, women in leadership, masculinities, social power dynamics, and applied missiology. He has authored Unmasking the Male Soul: Power and Gender Trap for Women in Leadership (2019) and Tug of War: The Downward Ascent of Power (2017). He is an ordained minister in the Mennonite Church (USA) and pastored Hispanic communities in Paris, California, and Colorado.

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Important Dates

Early Application Deadline: May 1, 2021
Application Deadline: July 31, 2021
Term Begins: September 27, 2021
Location: Fully Online Cohort

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