Garrett Looney


  • Ph.D. Candidate, History, Oklahoma State University
  • M.A., Biblical Studies – New Testament, Denver Seminary
  • B.A., Geography, University of Central Arkansas


Professional Background

  • Assistant Professor of History, Tabor College
  • Adjunct History Instructor, Northern Oklahoma College
  • Graduate Teaching Associate, Oklahoma State University
  • Director of Online Admissions, Sterling College
  • Admissions Counselor, Denver Seminary


Courses Taught

  • United States History from 1877 to the Present
  • American Religious History
  • Kansas and the American West
  • The Antebellum and Civil War Era
  • African American History
  • World History I
  • World History II
  • The World in the Middle Ages
  • American Government



  • Looney, G. (2019, March). “Global Christians: Missionaries and Historians in a Complex World.” Missouri Valley Historical Conference. University of Nebraska at Omaha.
  • Looney, G. (2018, March). “The Ubiquity of Christian Imperialism Reconsidered through the Life and Work of Joseph Boone Hunter.” Oklahoma Association of Professional Historians Annual Conference. University of Central Oklahoma.
  • Looney, G. (2010, April). “Human Trafficking and the Economic Zone between Thailand and Burma.” Southwestern Association of American Geographers Annual Conference. North Little Rock, Arkansas.



  • Teacher Education Committee, Tabor College
  • Academic Affairs Council, Tabor College
  • Student Mentor, Oklahoma State University, Student Affairs Division
  • Student Mentor, Sterling College


Professional Memberships

  • The Kansas Association of Historians
  • The Conference on Faith and History
  • American Society of Church History
  • The Southern Historical Association
  • Arkansas Historical Association
  • Phi Alpha Theta