Conference Video Highlights
As part of the many events hosted on campus during the 2018-2019 academic year, the Seminary held a two-day academic conference that explored slavery and higher education, with particular emphasis on a theological perspective.
- Darnell Moore, writer-in-residence at the Center on African American Religion, Sexual Politics and Social Justice at Columbia University
- Jody Lynn Allen, professor of history, director of The Lemon Project at William & Mary
- Adam Rothman, principal curator of the Georgetown Slavery Archive at Georgetown University
- Martha Sandweiss, founder and project director of the Princeton & Slavery Project, Princeton University
- Luke Powery, dean of Duke University Chapel and associate professor of homiletics, Duke Divinity School
“None of us, especially in higher education – theological or otherwise – are free from the entanglement and web that slavery and white supremacy have spun.”Mark Lewis Taylor, Maxwell M. Upson Professor of Theology and Culture at Princeton Seminary
NICOLE PRIDE is the editor of GATHER and director of communication and marketing at Princeton Theological Seminary. ERIC RASMUSSEN is the media operations coordinator.
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