Monday, March 22, 2021 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Webinar
Katherine Guerrero
(512) 921-9657

The Hispanic House of Studies at Duke Divinity School will sponsor "Imagining a Shared Future," a conversation with Dr. Robyn Henderson Espinoza on how we might imagine a future together in the midst of recurring violence. The event is part of the 2021 Sumérgete Webinar Series featuring webinars on a variety of topics for laity, pastors, and other interested persons on theological topics related to the Latinx community.

Henderson Espinoza is a scholar-activist, leader, teacher, public theologian, ethicist, poet of moral reason, and word artist. A visionary thinker, Henderson Espinoza has spent two decades working in the borderlands of church, academy, and movements seeking to not only disrupt but dismantle supremacy culture by focusing their Ph.D. studies on new concepts of being and becoming, decolonizing knowledge production, and bridging with radical difference. They enflesh a deep hope of collaborating in these borderland spaces where their work seeks to contribute to the ongoing work of collective liberation. Henderson Espinoza is the founder of the Activist Theology Project, a Nashville, Tenn., based collaborative project that seeks to work with the dominant culture and produces curriculum at the intersection of scholarship and activism. 

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The next webinar in the series will be "The Brown Church" on April 19, 2021 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. featuring the Rev. Dr. Chao Romero speaking on his latest book, Brown Church, highlighting the history of the Latinx church and its pertinence to the present times.

 

Le doctor Dr. Robyn Henderson Espinoza presentará una conversación de cómo imaginar un futuro juntos en medio de realidades con tanta violencia recurrente. Henderson Espinoza, Ph.D. es una persona que ejerce los títulos de académico-activista, líder, maestre, teóloge público, poeta de razones morales, y artista de la palabra hablada. Un pensadore visionario quién ha pasado las últimas dos décadas trabajando en la iglesia, academia, y movimientos sociales buscando no solamente interrumpir, pero extirpar la cultura de supremacía, a través del enfoque de sus estudios doctorales hacia nuevos conceptos del "ser" y "volver a hacerse" que llevan a la creación de un conocimiento decolonial. Henderson Espinoza espera colaborar en estos espacios donde su trabajo contribuya a la liberación colectiva de todes.  Henderson Espinoza fundó el proyecto "Activist Theology", un proyecto basado en la ciudad de Nashville que busca involucrar a la cultura dominante y producir currículo en el nexo de la academia y el activismo. 

El próximo webinar de la serie será  "The Brown Church" el 19 de abril de 2021 de 5 a 6:30 pm, en el que El Rev. Dr. Chao Romero hablará sobre su último libro, "Brown Church," destacando la historia de la iglesia Latinx y su pertinencia hasta la actualidad. 

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