ISGA Research Fellows

Research Fellows at the Institute for the Study of Global Anabaptism are international scholars involved in research related to global Anabaptist-Mennonite history and theology. They serve for two-year terms, supporting the work of the ISGA through research, writing, and by providing counsel to the ISGA Director. Each individual scholar is also engaged in building connections among their discipline, research findings, and specific church contexts.

More information about the current ISGA Research Fellows is available via the links below:

Danang Kristiawan (Indonesia)

Luis Tapia (Chile/USA)

Anicka Fast (Canada/Burkina Faso)

David Irala (Paraguay/England)