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Isaac Belonga

Isaac Belonga

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Isaac Belonga is a member of the Virtual Speakers Bureau

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Skills & Interests

Associations

  • Phi Alpha Theta
    Past Chapter President (UCLA & Loyola) / Faculty Sponsor 08/1973 – 07/1998

Publications

  • Isaac J. Belonga. (1992). “Research Design for the Detection of Near Eastern Archaeological Sites from Orbiting Remote Sensing Platforms” in American Association for Engineering Education & NASA.
  • Belonga, I.J.. (1979). The Concept of Melammu in SumeroAkkadian Religion in Proceedings of the American Oriental Society. (1979).

Teaching Experience

  • World Civilization Series (Winter 1998)
    • BRCC – History
  • Gospel of Mark as Historical Resource (Spring 1991)
    • Rosa Keller campus – History/Archaeology
    • Senior Scholars education
  • Women in Antiquity (Winter 1991)
    • Rosa Keller campus – History/Archaeology
    • Senior Scholars education

Honors & Awards

  • Dual Enrollment Educator Citation (05/2014)
    Commendation for outstanding performance in teaching dual enrolled high school students
  • National College Teaching Excellence (10/2007)
  • Best of the Best Award (08/2003)
    Most outstanding over all service as an employee of the Baton Rouge Community College

Presentations

  • Slavery from Sumer to the USA, 06/21/2010
    The development of forms of human bondage throughout the ages
  • Mores in the Florentine Court Records, 03/21/2007
    Sexuality in the Renaissance
  • Propaganda and Statecraft in the Ancient World, 01/21/2005
    The crafting and use of disinformation in antiquity

Positions

  • Associate Professor (08/2012 – Current) NOBTS - Angola Extension
  • Principal Assyriologist/Classicist (08/1976 – Current) Lamassu R&D