Doing It Different – Intergenerational Black Church Studies

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Doing It Different – Intergenerational Black Church Studies

Listen to “Doing It Different Ep3 – Intergenerational Black Church Studies” on Spreaker.

Welcome to Doing it Different. A limited podcast partnership with Porshanality Media and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. This podcast explores the cutting-edge Doctor of Ministry Degree and its various programs. Together we will explore conversations with faculty, staff, and students alike. Cheers to Doing It Different.

Race, theology, gentrification and aesthetics feature prominently in this discussion of work at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary under a grant from the Henry Luce Foundation. The grant examines the soft violence of gentrification and displacement as well as the hard violence and death that plays out in neighborhood change. An important feature of the grant is attention to sensory formations of race and place, and this discussion highlights how a focus on aesthetics informs the work of the grant and its intersection with life and formation at the Seminary. Dr. Drew Smith, Dr. Denise Thorpe, Dr. Scott Hagley, and PTS student researcher Shannon Garrett-Headen participate in the discussion with Porsha Williams Gates.

Producers: Kacia Huynh and Porsha Williams Gates of Porshanality Media, LLC. Dr. Denise Thorpe of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.
Editing provided by Porshanality Media, LLC
Music: “Flashback” by Damon Greene

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