2018–2019 Public Events
Princeton Seminary hosted many events over the 2018-19 academic year for learning and conversation about the historical audit report.
Legacy and Mission: Theological Education and the History of Slavery
April 8–9, 2019
This Academic Conference hosted by Princeton Theological Seminary probed several open questions raised by such study of institutional history and examined Princeton Theological Seminary’s unique context with the conversation as an institution of theological education.
Panel Discussion with
Jody Lynn Allen, PhD, Assistant Professor of History at William & Mary
Adam Rothman, PhD, Professor of History at Georgetown University
Martha Sandweiss, PhD, Founder and Project Director of the Princeton & Slavery Project
Mark Lewis Taylor, PhD, Professor of Theology and Culture
Speaker: Luke Powery, Dean of Duke University Chapel and Associate Professor of Homiletics, Duke Divinity School
Speaker: Darnell Moore, writer-in-residence at the Center on African American Religion, Sexual Politics and Social Justice at Columbia University and author of No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black & Free in America
March 12, 2019
James Forbes, Senior Minister Emeritus of Riverside Church delivered a lecture with a reception that followed in the Main Lounge of Mackay Campus Center.
Dr. Prathia Hall Lecture
February 6, 2019
Bishop Yvette Flunder, Founder and Senior Pastor of Refuge United Church of Christ, delivered a lecture in Miller Chapel in honor of Dr. Prathia Wynn Hall, who held three degrees from Princeton Seminary and was an activist in the Civil Rights Movement, a leader in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, a womanist theologian, social ethics professor, and one of the first women ordained in the American Baptist Association.
The History and Future of Liberia
Monday, November 12, 2018
Discussion with the Rev. Dr. Samuel Reeves, ’02 DMin, ’97 MDiv, pastor of Providence Baptist Church, Liberia
Colloquium on Princeton Seminary and Slavery Report
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
History: Princeton Seminary and Slavery
Panel Discussion with Dr. Keri Day, Archivist Ken Henke, Dr. Gordon Mikoski, Dr. Jim Moorhead, Rev. Kermit Moss
Legacy: Race and Theological Education
The Geddes W. Hanson Lecture
Dr. Willie Jennings, Yale Divinity School