Luzbetak, Louis J(oseph)
LUZBETAK, Louis J(oseph)
LUZBETAK, Louis J(oseph). American, b. 1918. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, Language/Linguistics, Theology/Religion. Career: Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Catholic University of America, and Georgetown University, both Washington, D.C., 1956-65, now retired; Executive Director, Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate, Washington, D.C. 1965-73; President, Divine Word College, Epworth, Iowa, 1973-78; Ed., Anthropos: International Review of Ethnology and Linguistics, 1979-82; member, Pontifical Council for Culture, Vatican City, 1987-89. Publications: Marriage and the Family in Caucasia, 1951; Middle Wahgi Dialects, 1954; Tabare Dialect, 1954; Middle Wahgi Phonology, 1954; The Church and Cultures: An Applied Anthropology for the Religious Worker, 1963; The Church in the Changing City, 1966; The Church and Cultures: New Perspectives in Missiological Anthropology, 1988. Contributor of articles on church-related research to periodicals. Address: Divine Word Residence, PO Box 6000, 1901 Waukegan Rd., Techny, IL 60082-6000, U.S.A.