Anne Marie Stoner-Eby
Anne Marie Stoner-Eby is currently serving as Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) co-representative for Kenya and Tanzania. Previously she served for six years as MCC co-rep for Rwanda and Burundi. Before her MCC service, she taught for ten years at Messiah College in the history department, teaching a variety of African and world history courses. She was also instrumental in developing the Peace and Conflict Studies program at Messiah. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in African and European history and her bachelor’s degree from Eastern Mennonite University. In the early 1990s, she and her husband went as service workers with MCC to Zambia, where she was seconded to a local organization providing education about HIV/AIDS to youth. Her research has focused on Christian missions in Africa, particularly an Anglican mission in Tanzania during the pre-colonial and colonial periods, with particular attention to the central role of the African priests and teachers, as well as Mennonite missions in Tanzania and Ethiopia.
June 30, 2021
Issue 2021, vol. 75
Review of Mennonites and Post-Colonial African Studies, edited by John M. Janzen, Harold F. Miller and John C. Yoder (Routledge, 2021) While the title of this book is dry, the […]
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