2022 Pruit Symposium: Go Tell It On the Mountain - Perspectives on Black Preaching, Theology, and Gospel Music

DateFebruary 16, 2022
Time12:15 - 2:00 pm
LocationA hybrid event hosted on Zoom with an in-person viewing session in the Dennis Campbell Innovative Learning Space (Jesse H. Jones Library, Room 200)
Description

The 2022 Pruit Memorial Symposium, "Go Tell It On the Mountain: Perspectives on Black Preaching, Theology, and Gospel Music," will feature three virtual guest presenters: Dr. Dulcie Dixon McKenzie (Director of the Centre for Black Theology at The Queen's Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Foundation in Birmingham, U.K.), Dr. Lisa Weaver (Assistant Professor of Worship at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA.), and Dr. Carol Tomlin (Principal and Director of studies at the Kingdom School of Theology and the Apostolic Overseer and Founder of Restoration Freedom Ministries in Leeds, U.K.). This series presentations and conversation will be moderated by Baylor's own Dr. Monique Ingalls. To register for Zoom credentials or RSVP for the in-person session, visit baylor.edu/pruit. Lunch will be provided for in-person guests.


Created in 1996, by Ella Wall Prichard and Lev H. Prichard III, the symposium is supported in part by the Pruit Memorial Symposium Endowment Fund. Co-sponsors of the 2022 symposium include the Baylor School of Music, the Center for Christian Music Studies, Baylor University Libraries, the Department of Religion, George W. Truett Theological Seminary and the Departments of Religion and Journalism, Public Relations and New Media.

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