Doing Theology in Pandemics:

Facing Viruses, Violence, and Vitriol

A Public Lecture Series - Wisdom and Insights from Leading Theologians

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WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

Narratives of Resistance and Resilience

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Ignorance Ain’t Bliss: Purposeful Enlightenment as Resistance to Being Dumbed Down

Presented by
Pamela Ayo Yetunde, J.D., Th.D.

Readings for Resilience: Biblical Reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

Presented by
Rabbi Dr. Rachel S. Mikva, Ph.D.

Traumatized Bodies and the Slow Work of Theology

Presented by
Shelly Rambo, Ph.D.

Making Room for Feeling and Healing

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#BlackFearsMatter: Honoring African Americans’ Fear & Caring for The African American S.E.LF. During A Crisis

Presented by
Rev. Danielle J. Buhuro, D.Min., BCC

Clearing: Making Room for Black Healing

Presented by
Rev. Dr. Stephanie M. Crumpton

Apocalyptic Emotions and the Practice of Care

Presented by
Rev. Dr. Cody J. Sanders, Ph.D.

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WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM
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PROJECT DIRECTOR - Rev. Zachary Moon Ph.D., Associate Professor of Theology and Psychology, Chicago Theological Seminary
PRODUCER - Rev. Katie Givens Kime, Ph.D., Director of Religion and Civic Engagement, Odyssey Impact

 

For more information on this project, email Zachary Moon: zachary.moon@ctschicago.edu

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