from the Office of Black Church Studies
The guest lecturer for 2015 will be James H. Cone.
Every Tuesday in February, the Divinity School will celebrate the distinct contributions of the school’s alumni of African descent.
The Divinity School will host a public panel discussion Oct. 28 with two international advocates against the death penalty, including a Nobel Prize nominee.
Jelks will give a talk on Benjamin Mays and Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 1, and will preach in Goodson Chapel.
Townes, dean of Vanderbilt Divinity School, will speak on womanist theology on Feb. 24.
An interview with Eboni Marshall Turman, new director of the Office of Black Church Studies and assistant professor at the Divinity School.
The Divinity School names Valerie C. Cooper as the new associate professor of black church studies.
Professor Eboni Marshall Turman explores roots of sexism in black churches.
Sermons and a lecture by the Rev. Martha Simmons are now on video.
Duke Chapel posts archive of sermons showcasing the legacy of leading ministers. Read more on Duke Today.