Northcutt Lecture Series Video Archive







Northcutt Lecture Series

  • 2012-2013 Northcutt Lecture Series - Brian Wren
    [04/02/2013] Dr. Brian Wren is Emeritus Professor of Worship, Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia. He is a writer, preacher, worship and workshop leader, and internationally published hymn-poet with seven hymn collections totaling 250 hymns. His lecture is titled, "A Lyricist's Appreciation of P.P. Bliss." (44:34)
  • 2011-2012 Northcutt Lecture Series - I-to Loh
    [04/03/2012] Dr. I-to Loh is Adjunct Professor of Worship, Church Music, and Ethnomusicology at Tainan Theological College and Seminary, Taiwan Theological College and Seminary, and the Southeast Asia Graduate School of Theology. His lecture is titled, "From Transplantation to Globalization of Church Music: Can Anything Good Come Out of Asia?" (58:55)
  • 2010-2011 Northcutt Lecture Series - Carl Daw Jr.
    [08/17/2011] The Reverend Dr. Carl P. Daw, Jr., is an Episcopal priest and writer who served as the Executive Director of The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada from 1996 to 2009. He now serves as an Adjunct Professor of Hymnology and Curator of the Hymnological Collections at Boston University. (51:24)
  • 2009-2010 Northcutt Lecture Series - Emily Brink
    [04/04/2010] Emily R. Brink is Senior Research Fellow of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and editor emeritus of Reformed Worship, a quarterly journal published by Christian Reformed Church Publications. In her lecture she discusses the way songs travel across cultures and continents. (01:03:37)
  • 2008-2009 Northcutt Lecture Series - Dr. Don Saliers
    [04/05/2009] Dr. Saliers recently retired from Emory University's Chandler School of Theology as the William R. Cannon Distinguished Professor of Theology and Worship, Emeritus. He is an active church musician and author who frequently lectures, preaches and leads retreats across North America. Dr. Saliers's lecture is titled, "Terror and Beauty, Lament and Praise: what Difference Does Music Make?" (54:12)