Lectures

Host: Professor Rothney Tshaka, University of South Africa Guest Lecturer: Professor Vuyani Vellem The subject of our Seminar is to reflect on the relationship between ideology and faith, which produces spirituality. No one in South Africa today especially an exponent of Black Consciousness and Black Theology of Liberation will doubt that the ideology of racism, having […]

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Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III, pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Debriefs on his inaugural study tour to Ethiopia.

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Dr. Randal Jelks talked about the role of African American ministers in politics.

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Opening Plenary of the 101st Annual Alumni Convocation at Howard School of Divinity School featuring Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas with responses by Rev Dr. Oscar Brown, Joseph Harris, Dr. Renee K. Harrison and Dr. Ron Hopson.

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Dr. Melanie Harris speaks at the 2014 Religions for the Earth conference at Union Theological Seminary.

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Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon, Annie Scales Rogers Professor of Christian Ethics, Union Presbyterian Seminary

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Yale Divinity 2017-2018 Beecher lecturer is Allan Aubrey Boesak, who served as Desmond Tutu Chair of Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation Studies at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis from 2012 to 2017.

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James Cone is the Bill and Judith Moyers Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology at Union Theological Seminary.

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Celebrating the Ten-Year Anniversary of Obery Hendricks’ “The Politics of Jesus” November 19, 2016 American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting San Antonio, Texas Panelists: Eboni Marshall Turman, Yale University Jesse Jackson, Operation Push, Chicago, IL Nyasha Junior, Temple University Gary Dorrien, Columbia University, Union Theological Seminary Keri Day, Brite Divinity School Michael Eric Dyson, Georgetown […]

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Kelly Brown Douglas examines the myths and narratives underlying a “stand-your-ground” culture, taking seriously the social as well as the theological questions raised by this and similar events, from Ferguson, Missouri to Staten Island, New York. – Union Theological Seminary

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